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Happening in the next few days
Join us for a night shoot workshop in Boston and take advantage of the warmer temperature (a balmy 42 degrees)
7.30 limited to just 8 - $35 Just three spots left
Saturday : A workshop on advanced use of your flash.
If you have attended a flash class in the past but want to learn more then
come along and get to get the skinny on Channels, groups, setups, triggers and modifiers.
It doesn’t matter whether you have Canon or Nikon.
Sat 2nd 9am -12 noon $65 Limited number of spaces.
Saturday : Photography Business Survival Skills (Marketing and Pricing)
After 40 years as a photographer Ian knows a thing or two about the business.
In this three hour session he will share his knowledge, hints, tips and advice and
teach you the key skills you need to survive in the Photography Business.
Finding, nurturing and keeping clients
Knowing how much to charge – knowing when to say no.
Sat 2pm – 5pm $75
Sunday : Master your Nikon Flash Workshop
Bring your camera and SB910, SB900, SB 800 , SB700, or SB600 and let Ian
take the mystery out of how to correctly set it up and use it effectively.
Sun 3rd $50 10am -3pm Juast three spaces left.
Next Weekend and Beyond
Feb 9th 9am -12noon Mastering your metering modes
Feb 9th 2pm – 5pm Photoshop and elements skills for photographers
A weekend Portraiture Master-class Sat Feb 16 and Sun Feb 17
A small group Master-class for those looking to learn and improve their portraiture skills.
Using ambient light, indoor and outdoor shoots, simple Speedlight flash setups and moving to
more complex set-ups with high-end studio strobes you will cover a wide range of techniques and
gain a valuable understanding of how manage, pose and shoot clients in a variety of styles.
Feb 16th -17th Feb $350 Just 4 spots left.
Sat Feb 23rd The Sun in your pocket
Mastering Canon Flash E.P. Levine’s Studio 10am -3pm $60
Full Description Below.
· If you’re at all curious about flash and want to have a complete introduction to how to use it in your photography then this one day intensive is for you.
Don’t have a Speedlight of your own – no problem, there are a handful available for you to try out during the class.
Specifically tailored for Canon Speedlight users this class may cover:
•The best uses for on- and off-camera Speedlights
•Deciding between Manual and E-TTL flash control
•Putting Flash Exposure Compensation to use
•Grip gear for Speedlites - from ultra-portable to ultra-sturdy
•On-flash modifiers: grids, snoots, diffusers, ringlight adapters, etc.
•Off-flash modifiers: umbrellas, softboxes, diffusion panels, reflectors, beauty dish, etc.
•Using your Speedlights bounce and zoom as a light modifier
•Corded solutions for moving your Speedlite off-camera
•Sorting out radio triggers: dumb vs. intelligent
•Setting up the 580EX/EXII as a wireless Master
•Setting up the 580EX/EXII and 430EX/EXII as wireless Slaves
•Organizing multiple Speedlites with Groups and Channels
•All the Syncs: High-speed, 1st-curtain, 2nd-curtain, Slow-speed
•Custom functions: optimizing your Speedlites
•Strategies for portrait lighting
•Strategies for product / food lighting
•Strategies for event / wedding photography
•Using gels for color correction and dramatic effects
•Battery charging and storage
•One-, two-, three-Speedlight kits (and beyond!)
•Gang light: the how and why of firing a large number of Speedlights together
•Using Speedlights with studio lights
Suitable for all levels, you will receive expert instruction on how to get the best from your Speedlight in a host of situations.
At the end of the workshop you will feel confident setting your Speedlight’s controls to get
the best shot you can get. You will know the advantages and disadvantages of TTL versus
Manual operation and will have experienced the many ways in which your speedlight can be modified.
Sponsored by E.P Levine and ExpoImaging the makers of Rogue Flash-bender equipment
you will have an opportunity to try out some of their flash modifying equipment and earn
yourself a handsome discount on their products when you buy them at EP Levine in Waltham.
You will also get a chance to view the excellent speedlights from the Nissin Company that are
totally Canon compatible at a very competitive price. The 580 equivalent even has a second built in
Sub-flash tube which fills in shadows when you are bouncing the main flash.
The class will run from 10am until 3pm on Saturday Feb 23 and will be located in the
excellent studios at E.P. Levine in Waltham. Cost is just $60 for this wonderful introduction to Canon Speedlight’s.
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