LEARN THE ESSENTIAL INFORMATION YOU NEED TO USE ELECTRONIC FLASHES / SPEEDLIGHTS!
PRICE: YOU set the price when you register!
As we adapt to this ever-evolving COVID-19 crisis, I am shifting some of my teaching online! I have taught photography courses on all aspects of photography for many years... lots of students, lots of different types of cameras, lots of questions. My priority is (and always has been) to provide the best educational experience to help you become a better photographer. I believe direct hands-on teaching is always more effective, but I am offering this as a great alternative to direct in-person learning. So far the reviews have been great for this online class!
Something new: YOU GET TO SET THE PRICE OF THE CLASS WHEN YOU REGISTER!
I realize this COVID-19 crisis is impacting everyone financially in different ways. So let's see how this goes. I'll let you name the price when you sign up, based on your capacity to give to support my business and this class. :-)
Learn how to:
Operate and more effectively use your electronic flash / speedlights!
Blend flash with existing light for more natural looking photographs
Single and multi light setup
Kevin will show you several demonstrations with Canon Speedlites but the techniques you learn really can apply to all brands of flashes
Approximately 2.5 Hours Total Class Time
Online Interactive Webinar Using Zoom Online Video Conferencing (It's easy to set up and use!)
Questions always welcome during the class presentation
How to create beautiful naturual looking lighting with electronic flashes
Types and common features of electonic flashes
What features really matter
The camera's Popup Flash and how to use it
External Flashes / Speedlights
TTL Automatic Flash, how it works
Manual flash control
Guide Numbers, what are they?
Flash sync speed
Direct and bounced lighting techniques
Flash light modifiers
Balancing ambient (existing light) with flash light for optimal results
High Speed Sync
Commander/Remote (Master/Slave Configuration)
Pitfalls to avoid
Modes that may cause problems
Understanding of the basics of photography including setting exposure modes, ISO, aperture, and shutter speed.