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Flash Photography: Combining Flash with Ambient Light for Enhanced Exposure Control
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Flash Photography: Combining Flash with Ambient Light for Enhanced Exposure Control

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✓ Runs in the Looking Glass classroom on May 25th
✓ Limited to just eight students for more personalized attention
✓ Taught by local, longtime Looking Glass teacher Dave Strauss Read more.

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OVERVIEW

Timing:

This class runs in our classroom at 1045 Ashby Ave. in Berkeley on Saturday, May 25th from 10:30am to 1:00pm.

Class Overview:

In this 2.5 hour workshop for intermediate and intermediate+ photographers (but relatively new to flash), we’ll explore techniques for combining speedlight flash and ambient light to achieve independent exposure control of foreground and background, greatly expanding creative control while enhancing your understanding of digital cameras and “smart” flash. We’ll briefly review the fundamentals of aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and focus/depth-of-field, and then explore some techniques for getting just the light you want using mixed lighting. You will learn via a classroom lecture, slide presentation, live demonstrations, and camera-in-hand exercises. We’ll look carefully at both the instructor’s and participants’ images to discover what worked and what can be improved.

Conducted by Oakland based photographer and longtime Looking Glass instructor Dave Strauss, this small workshop – limited to 8 students – teaches you to “art direct” your shots, carefully control your camera settings and lighting, and dramatically improve your results.

Prerequisites:

This workshop is best suited for “intermediate and up” photographers who use DSLRs or MILCs (mirrorless cameras) with at least one speedlight unit, preferably with an on-camera trigger/transmitter enabling off-camera flash. NOTE: Point & Shoot or “bridge” cameras are not well suited to this class. You should know how to set aperture, shutter speed, and ISO to specific values on your camera (even if you’re not quite sure which values to use in some cases; we’ll cover that in the workshop).

(If you would like to take the class but need a new flash or trigger, come on by Looking Glass in advance of the class date and we’ll walk you through what’s best for you!)

Cancellations:

Looking Glass requires 72-hour notice of cancellation for a full refund.

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CLASS_FLASH_MAY2024
Any questions about this product?
Let’s talk! Email us at [email protected] or call us at +1-510-548-6888. We can even walk you through the product via online chat.
Any questions about this product?
Let’s talk! Email us at [email protected] or call us at +1-510-548-6888. We can even walk you through the product via online chat.

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