In this seminar we will examine the capabilities of the Canon flash system.
Many new photographers would do anything to avoid using flash. Most associate it with those typical, deer-in-the-headlights family snapshots, yet most professional portraits are shot with artificial flash. Come find out why!
The Canon system has many options from pocket-sized flashes for travel, to professional models for weddings and portraits. Learn how to get better photographs from the built-in flash, add-on flashes, multi off-camera flash setups and flash modifiers.
Many photographers who want to improve their portraiture skills never do so out of a fear of using flash, especially off-camera flash.
First, we will examine the usage of flash in a lecture environment. Then we will go to a nearby park and practice working with flash while doing portraits.
Don't have a flash? Don't worry, we will provide gear for use during the event.
What You’ll Learn
How aperture relates to flash
How shutter speed relates to flash
Dates, Times & Locations
Saturday July 15, 2017; 4:00PM - 8:00PM
The lecture will take place at Park Meadows store.
The second half shooting portion is at Willow Creek Park just a five-minute drive away.
$79 + low Eventbright Processing Fee
What to Bring
Camera, tripod, portrait lens, and flashes they already own
Max Class Size
Receive a $10 off coupon at event
There will be models at the park
A good fundamental understanding of the exposure triangle with an emphasis in aperture.
About Your Instructor
Joe Klocek has worked in the photographic industry as a photographer, salesman, and instructor since 2005. Today he teaches courses on a variety of topics, including macro, wildlife, exposure theory, videography, and studio lighting.
In the past few years he has been a guest speaker for photographic societies and travel expositions. He lives in Denver with his wife, dog, and unmanageable book collection. You can find him at the Park Meadows store.
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