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Announcing the "Need Light? Speedlite" tour with Davis and Eastwood

Announcing a comprehensive workshop coming to Seattle focused on teaching photographers a TON about flexible speedlite lighting.

"Speedlites are the perfect lighting solution for any type of shoot. These small strobes can be used to recreate any natural or studio light without taking up too much of your shooting space or time. Fashion photographer Stephen Eastwood, and wedding photographer Bob Davis, are leading a hands-on workshop on the ‘Need Light? Speedlite!’ tour to teach how they’re able to run high-end studios using just speedlites. The workshop will include shooting time with four models, time to try out new photo gear, a free ProPic account to host your photography, and lots of other coupons and freebies from tour sponsors."

Bob Davis and Steven Eastwood are entertaining and full of knowledge.

Choose the daytime workshop, or the comprehensive daytime+masterclass evening workshop option. Click here for the workshop outline.

Enjoy a $10 discount on these workshops with the code NLSLSTLPC  by signing up at

• Note: David Julian is not the actual event's host, he's just spreadin' the word to all members about a useful and reasonably-priced workshop.

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  • Jeff L.

    I went to meeting place at 6:45 pm (start was scheduled for 7), but was told my reservation was not there. The set up looked great, the models were present and people were at the set up points using their speedlites. i had prior commitments and was unable to attend the earlier day sessions. while i was waiting for them to find my reservation i was also informed this 7pm session was for advanced work only and that the fee would be $100. None of the materials i received mentioned this fee nor was there a reference that the 7pm session was only for advanced photographers. I do recall a spot on the reservation for a $10 credit and an encouragement to bring a friend. Though I really looked forward to hearing Davis and Eastwood's presentations, given all these obsticals, i chose not to attend the 7 pm portion of the program. they never did find my confirmation even after i showed them my cell phone which confirmed the reservation. unfortunate and my loss. jeff lantz

    April 23, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    It is april 22 at 2 on, but when I look at the agenda, it starts at 8 am and lasts all day. What did I misunderstand?

    April 11, 2014

  • john M.

    not a flash fan love to watch an expert

    April 11, 2014

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