MASTER YOUR FLASH AND START GETTING PAID (WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK!)
May 28 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Master your flash and start getting paid
(without breaking the bank)
It goes without saying that knowing how to properly use on and off camera flashes enables you to work everywhere with confidence and increases the chances of you getting hired by a potential client. That being said many photographers find flashguns confusing due to their wide range of functions and settings as well as the vast choice and high cost of flash accessories available on the market. After completing this workshop, you will have a very good understanding of a variety of accessories, including shapers, modifiers, triggers and light-stands including some tips on how to save money on your equipment. In addition, not only will you be able to take full control of your flash but also achieve the results that will help you get paid for your next commission.
It is not necessary to bring your own equipment to attend this workshop, however should you wish to get bespoke advice you will only need to carry a digital SLR Camera and a dedicated flash unit.
– Flash settings including zoom, TTL and manual
– Fill flash and flash exposure compensation
– How to balance ambient light with flash
– Bouncing flash off ceilings and walls
– Working with off camera flash
– Off camera flash lighting set ups for portraits and events
– How and when to use reflectors, diffusers and umbrellas
– Posing the model
– Flash modifiers
– Marketing and insider tips
– Who is this course for
This course is aimed at photographers wanting to push their creative image-making skills to the next level and get the most out of their flashguns in order to start their own business without breaking the bank.
About the workshop leader
Baldo Sciacca is a London based photographer, originally from Sicily with a degree in Photojournalism and Documentary photography from the London College of Communication. He has been exhibited worldwide and was shortlisted commended photographer for the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. His work ranges from commercial assignments and time pressure portraits of personalities to more personal and thought-provoking projects during which he frequently uses speedlights.
Please Note: This workshop is limited to small groups therefore booking in advance is strongly recommended.