We have exclusive use of a circus training school to shoot some of their acrobats doing graceful aerial tricks and impossible contortions.
The combination of the unique venue, plus real acrobats will facilitate loads of opportunities for stunning shots. You will have the opportunity to capture dramatic, powerful images and artful, balletic photos.
We have have location access from 10am until 2pm, and you will be able to start shooting at approximately 10.30am after we've briefed you set up the shooting areas.
You will need your camera and lens(es), make and model is not important. Most lenses will be suitable for this shoot, both zooms and primes. If you need advice, please let us know.
We will use a mixture of natural light and our own lighting. Lighting will be set up so you get a diverse set of images with different looks. You will be able to input into how each shot is created if you like, or you can let us do that for you.
The two performers are full time acrobats who are able to create and hold shapes and positions while you shoot. They will be able to create their own poses, and you can guide them too.
There will be several set ups that you can photograph and you will spend time with different acrobats using a variety of equipment.
36exp staff will be on hand to assist as advise as required. Your level of experience is not important. Photographers of all levels will get a lot out of this session. You can work quite independently, or get help if you need it.
When: Friday 28th February. 10am-2pm, shoot time approx 10.30am-1.30pm.
Where: Aircraft Circus Academy, London SE18
Models: 2 Professional Circus Aerial Performers, One Male, One Female