Who should attend:
Anyone who has a basic understanding of how their camera works and wants to get started in the world of creative flash photography.
What to expect:
During this half-day class, you’ll learn the importance of the quality of light and how it relates to your images; as well as how to modify light for a great photograph.
TIP: Try using fill-flash in backlit situations (where the strongest light is behind your subject). Sometimes you just need the shot looking toward the sun, such as when there’s a beautiful sunset. Turn your flash on, or use a Speedlight to provide light for your subject.
Topics will include:
Understanding how to use available light and when to augment it
Learn how size, shape, distance, color and power affect photos
Light modifiers and how they can be used
What different flash sync modes are and when to apply them
Using the on camera flash to sync with multiple off camera Speedlights
A more in depth coverage of Nikon’s iTTL system and CLS (Creative Lighting System); and learn how to add light, including a flash demo