Saturday, August 8, 2020, 9:00am - 5:00pm
James Adams, Cr.Photog., CPP
Using a flash in photography isn't difficult. However, it's the single most common reason why many photographers declare themselves to be "natural light" photographers. Once you understand how flash (all types) works, and how to use it effectively, you'll wonder why you avoided it for so long. This is a workshop on the fundamentals of using flash. Nothing too fancy. Just how to use it and use it effectively, and get consistent, predictable results. You can get really technical, and really advanced, really quickly when it comes to using flash. This workshop is designed to get you started, and leave you room to go deeper when you're ready. We'll cover the difference flash makes when it comes to exposing your subject properly. We'll also cover popular topics like TTL and High Speed Synch. You'll go from a natural light photographer, to an "available light" photographer. That means, when you have a flash available, you'll know how to use it effectively.
Items to bring: DSLR with any lens within the range of 24-200mm focal length.
Flash (speedlight or strobe) (extra batteries recommended).
Light meter, if you have one.
Location: 2516 Blanding Ave
Alameda, CA 94501
Instructor Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor Website: http://www.exclusive-productions.com