Flash Photography Workshop.
Flash photography techniques for beginners to intermediates
Flash photography is totally different from ambient light photography. There are several variables in flash photography that you should apply to achieve the best result. For example: in flash photography you capture the light in a fraction of a second, therefore shutter speed does not play a big role in your exposure.
This is a 2 part workshop which covers the most popular and useful techniques for indoor flash photography.
Are you looking to be more creative with indoor flash photography and lighting techniques?
Did you know that flash photography can be so much fun when you understand how to use different settings in your camera and flash?
Come and join us for our very popular Indoor Flash Photography workshop and take your indoor photos to an exciting new level!
Part one is a classroom session and starts on Thursday April 9 at 7:00 to 9:00 pm and covers:
1: Flash fundamentals techniques
2: Controlling exposure with flash
3: White Balance and Flash Photography
4: Shutter speed and Flash exposure
5: Aperture control in Flash Photography
Part two is the practical and hands on session which starts on Friday April 10 at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm and covers
Hands on setting camera and flash for different indoor flash photography. There will be loads of practical assignments on:
1: Special Effects in Flash Photography
2: Ambient light and Flash
3: High Speed Flash Synch
4: Slow Shutter Flash Synch
5: Accessories for better Flash Photography
6: Light modifiers for Flash photography (Softbox, Grid, Bouncer, etc.)
This Indoor Flash Photography workshop is for beginner to intermediate photographers with a DSLR, mirror less cameras, and any point shoot camera with a hot shoe for external flash.
Join us for this popular class and you’ll gain skills and be able to apply beautiful lighting to the darker, short days of winter!
Ted and the Omnilargess TeamShare