Here's a breakdown:
Understanding How to Use Your Flash
That flash in your camera bag can sometimes feel like a nuclear bomb with a control panel that looks like a mixing desk. I'll reduce it to everything that matters.
Gear: Speedlights, Strobes, Triggers
There's an infinite amount of gear that's available for artificial lighting. I'll walk you through loads of it, and how it could line up with your needs. I'll also fill you in on how you probably don't need 99% of it, and how you can save money by using stuff around the house to create amazing light.
ND Filters, and HSS (High-Speed Sync)
The fancy stuff that allows you to shoot at f/1.4 in broad daylight. This stuff is a big part of my personal workflow. I'll show you how it all works - you might need to make it part of yours too.
Light modifiers can be the difference between awful light, and great light. We'll go over all the theory behind how/why light modifiers do what they do.
Balancing Ambient and Flash
This is probably the most significant aspect to artificial lighht - blending it with available light. Many photographers struggle a lot with this concept. After this workshop, you'll be able to balance ambient and flash in 10 seconds. Every single time.
The workshop will be a full day class, and will take place on the 12th of January 2016 at Sunshine Company in Cape Town.
The fee for the workshop will be R2000 per person. The first 5 bookings will only pay R1500, and there will only be 12 seats, so get in there! Lunch and snacks will be provided. All I need from you for this workshop is that you are 100% comfortable with shooting in Manual.