Join me for an evening in learning everything you need to know, and didn’t know you needed to know, about flash photography!
We’ll discuss equipment, modifiers (what they are and why you need them), the process of integrating on and off-camera flash into your photography, and different types of lighting. This will be a very hands-on workshop, and you’ll be able to actually shoot different scenarios to become comfortable setting up your ambient settings, learn where to place your lights and how to modify them, and what flash settings to use to get the results you want. This will mostly be geared to wedding photographers, but you can use what you learn to apply to any genre.
I’m hoping to have different scenarios set up, so that we can split into groups and shoot them individually. The different scenarios include:
What you'll need: A camera, lens, speedlight, and triggers to be able to use your flash off camera. If you aren't set up with triggers, check out Yongnuo! Here is the link for Canon: http://yongnuocanada.com/store/yongnuo-flash-accessories/yongnuo-yn622c-wireless-e-ttl-flash-trigger-for-canon/
and here it is for Nikon: https://yongnuousa.net/products/622nii-pair
(just ensure they are compatible with your camera body and your flashes)