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STUDIO FLASH

101

(This Workshops is for Intermediate to Advance Shooters)

Learn to use professional lighting equipment and get the results that you want. This is a must take workshop for all who are planning to take professional portrait or product shots.


Cost:   $ 40 plus H.S.T.

Workshop size: 4 - 6 photographers

2.5 hours long


WORKSHOP LOCATION:

This workshop will be held at Paradigm in Photography Studio,

2515 Hurontario Street Suite 102, Mississauga


PARKING:

There is FREE parking at the back.


WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

Different types of strobes

Lighting Styles for Portraits

Lighting Styles for Product Photography

Directing a Model

Metering


THE GEAR YOU NEED:

DSLR or Mirrorless Camera  (any Brand)

Hotshoe adapter will be provided for all brands (even Sony)

50 MM lens or

70-200 mm range

Memory Cards



Wireless:

Our workshop will be using wireless transmitters and we have units for standard hot shoes.


Who Should Attend?

Whether you're a seasoned photographer looking to freshen up your portfolio, just starting out your career in photography, a hobbyist who wants to learn some new skills, all our workshops are comfortably structured to suit all levels.


PAYMENT:

Please note, workshop must be paid in full by using Paypal before the workshop begins.


All Brands of camera with Hot Shoe


Prerequisite:


Photo 201 or

Equivalent Knowledge

STUDIO FLASH 101

Dates: 2021


   November:


   Saturday November 13th at 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM


STUDIO FLASH 101


Number of Students


     

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