A 6-hour workshop run by Kevin Ahronson, Director & Founder of the Hampshire School of Photography.
One of the most common complaints against flash is that it produces unflattering, nasty shadows and featureless faces... and many photographers find the whole idea of working with flash a minefield, complicated and unrewarding.
This workshop will dispell those myths and will show you how to use your flash (both on and off-camera to creatively transform your photographs.
You will also discover what it's like to work with studio lights and we will have a model to work this as we explore common lighting set-ups.
The workshop is limited to just 6 people, enabling everyone to readily ask questions and fully engage with Kevin.
Who is this for?
This tuition package is primarily designed for photographers who use DSLR or Mirrorless cameras with separate flash guns (speed lights). It will be assumed that you have an understanding of aperture, shutter-speed and ISO.
If you have a flash (or are currently thinking about buying one) this introduction could be just what you're looking for.
Alternatively you may wish to book someone else on this workshop as a gift (gift voucher is available).
With only 6 places available, do not delay. They will sell very quickly.
The day's itinerary:
10:15 Speed lights and shooting on-camera
12:00 Shooting off-camera flash Looking at light modifiers, triggers, etc
13:30 Break for Lunch
14:00 Introduction to studio lights
14:45 Lighting set ups with a model
Flash: Speed-lights & Studio (An Introduction)
Venue: Stockton House, Stockton Ave, Fleet, Hampshire GU51 4NS Map
Date: Saturday 28 March 2020
No. of Places: 6
Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm (arrive at 9:45am for registration and coffee)
Lunch: Teas & coffees will be available throughout the day. There will be a short break at the half way point, you may want to bring your own packed lunch.
Bring: Your camera and lenses and a speedlight if you have one