Learn and practice how to set up and finetune your camera and speedlight(s).
Date(s) - Sunday, 25/06/2017
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Flashlight can do much better than it’s sometimes bad reputation, even in situations where there is “enough” ambient light. Learn and practice how to set up and finetune your camera and speedlight(s), for instance in environmental portraiture. Get some input about exposure, fill- and keylight, TTL, light-shapers, aperture, manual mode, the “quality” and “color” of light, etc. – and practice it step-by-step in small groups.
You’ll need a digital-camera with (standard)* hot-shoe and should know how to get it in manual-mode and manually set ISO-sensitivity. Some speedlights, lightstands, lightshapers and transmitters will be provided but you’re welcome to bring along your speedlight and other gear, if availlable.
*(Please contact me beforehand if you’re using a Sony camera, their hot-shoe is not compatible with the rest).
This workshop is suited for unexperienced to intermediate (as a refresher) “flash-users”. We will use ourselves as models to keep distractions low and concentrate on finding our way through all the possibilities and settings. (In case of enough interest, we will organize a follow-up workshop with models for environmental portraiture.) We will work both outdoors and indoors, but the workshop can be held in any weather.
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