Wednesday, August 12, 2020, 9:00am - 5:00pm
A primer and more on off-camera flash. Learn how to "read" the light, both indoors and outdoors, then use artificial flash - on and off camera - to augment that light. The class will start with a session in a traditional photographer's studio, studying light and shadow and discussing how your camera records those images. Then you will travel 10 minutes to a nearby business campus to enjoy the sunshine (or rain . . . !) and learn how to create dramatic lighting using natural shade and artificial light, both on and off camera. We end the day back in the studio with a post-production session to finalize our photographs.
Items to bring: Camera with lenses ranging from wide-angle to semi-telephoto. On- and off-camera flash units, and corresponding light stands. Note pads and pens will be provided. A laptop computer with image-processing software. We will provide computers and open-source software for students to share, as needed.
Location: 12 Portland Rd
Gray, ME 4039
Instructor Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor Website: http://www.maine.portraitefx.com