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Flash Photography

  • Jun 17, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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On camera flash can be pretty ugly if it's not use correctly. One of the best things to add to your new camera is going to be a decent accessory flash that will mount on top of your camera.

This class is going to be helping you understand:

• When to and not to use flash

• What are it's limits? 

• How far/how wide

• When should you use a flash in broad daylight as a "fill" light

• How to control the output of your flash for more subtle effects

• How "Bounce" flash works. 

• What are the limitations and assets of bounce flash

• What to do when you don't have a "bounce wall"

• Overview of flash modifiers

Reg. Cost: $30  -  Meetup Members: $24

EXAMPLE: In the photo below, an on camera flash was used with a bounce card to create more gradient light, faster shutter speed, more depth of field, and over power the background so as to create more contrast. 


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