Learn How to Best Operate Your Electronic Flash / Speedlight
Do you find flash photography challenging?
Rather than just being a classroom session where we TALK about doing flash/speedlight photography, in our "Learning by Doing Series", we do it!
We'll cover a few important details in my studio first, and then you'll be shooting with your camera and flash/speedlight and learn how to better operate it and manage exposure. Of course this is just a one-evening class, so we can't cover everything there is to know about flash photography, but this should have you up and going with better flash pictures!
This class is ideally suited for anyone wanting to take better flash photographs.
Student Comment: "I've been to several workshops and Kevin's is by far the best in terms of practical learning and experience you can use every day."
Understanding of the basics of photography including setting exposure modes, ISO, aperture, and shutter speed.
Your camera must allow you to fully control exposure settings in "Manual, "Aperture Priority", and "Shutter Priorty" Exposure Modes such as a DSLR.
At least one electronic flash/speelight. (Many cameras have a built-in flash. This class is more suited to photographers who own at least one electronic flash that can be mounted on top the camera or remotely triggered. This includes multiple-flash triggering.)
Flashes supporting TTL features such as Canon Speedlites, Nikon Speedlights, Yongnuo, Phottix, etc.
Flashes supporting Manual operation including the brands above and others
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS about whether your equipment is well suited for this class, contact Kevin before signing up!