Nov 16, 2013 · 10:00 AM
Ian Murray Photography
Many of my lighting classes teach the basics of studio and speedlight use but it is often the case that your own equipment is somewhat different from the studio set up. So how do you transfer the knowledge and get the best results from what you have.
Whether it is a full set of studio lights or a single speedlight, bring it along to the class and we will go through ways in which you can get the best out of what you have. There is no need to be embarrassed about lack of equipment or the funky lighting set you own. Bring it along and see how you can use it to make great portraits.
With over forty years of experience I have experienced just about every possible set-up and have worked whole shoots with equipment that ranged from a single on camera speedlight to a full studio set-up with computer controlled lighting. I am positive I can teach you how to get the best out of what you have.
Learn the specific techniques that work for your particular set-up!
The image on the left was created outdoors with just a single Canon Flash.
The class will run from 10am until 5pm with a break for lunch.
There is a limit of six participants