Learn how to control the built-in flash or to use an accessory speedlight successfully.
Most DSLR cameras have a built-in flash, which can be popped up when you want to use it. Higher end DSLRs often don’t have a built-in flash, because camera manufacturers consider that the professionals who use these cameras would never bother with it. Instead, they would use an external flash or studio strobes.
I this digital photography class, you will learn the principles of TTL and manual flash and how to use built in and external flashes specifically designed for your camera (called Speedlights by Nikon and Speedlites by Canon).
This is a two-hour workshop. We will meet in fun locations around San Diego with a range of shooting subjects. Each workshop starts with an explanation of the lesson plan, in which we discuss what we are trying to achieve that day. We will then all work on a number of practical exercises with short breaks for explanation and summaries. At the end of the workshop we will come together to discuss what we have learned. Class sizes are small to enhance your learning experience.
|Event Date||01-06-2018 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||01-06-2018 11:00 am|
|Location||Museum of Photographic Arts|