By bringing together the many skills knowledge and experience along with a variety of teaching methods of more than one Welshot Imaging Team Leader this provides YOU with all the help you could possibly desire to help YOU get the best from YOUR Camera.
Carreg Bran Anglesey LL61 5YH
Sunday 16 September 2012 from 10:00 to 6:00
Learn how, why and when to use on camera flash to bring life to your images. Explore the different looks and effects that can be created and how you can master your flashgun.
The day starts with a breakdown of how flashguns work, what their constituent parts are and an explanation of what all the specifications mean.
We will then move on to look at the different modes available on a range of flashguns, what the settings mean and how you can use them to get the shot you want.
With a thourough understanding of the theory we will move on to the practical session of the day.
You will be working in small groups for the practical session.
We will start with looking at using your cameras own in built flash for fill when shooting into bright light and how to capture enough background light for natural looking images after dark.
Then moving onto external flashguns and looking at how to improve the quality of the light through the use of a variety of accesories and by bouncing the flash from ceilings or walls.
This will be followed by sessions on advanced techniques such as high speed sync, rear or second curtain sync and strobe effects.
Finally you will be shown how to take complete control of your image by shooting in maual mode and adjusting all the settings to your taste.
Numbers are restricted to 10 people.
Included is arrival refreshments, light lunch and all course notes in a specially designed workbook.
Early Bird booking will close on 1st September 2012. Bookings are essential.
10:00am Carreg Bran (was Carreg Mon) Anglesey
10:05am Flashgun Anatomy, Specifications and Settings
10:30am Flash and ambient, how to mix and match Fill In Flash, Slow Synch Flash
11:15am External Flashguns, Using bounce flash, Using light modifiers
12:45pm High Speed Sync
1:15pm First vs Second Curtain Sync
2:00pm Strobe Effects
2:30pm Exposure compensation and Flash Exposure Compensation
3:00pm Shooting in Manual
3:45pm Questions and Answers with tea and coffee
Camera, ideally DSLR but any prosumer camera with a hot show should be suitable.
Spare memory cards and batteries
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