Next week, November 17th and 18th, Scott Kelby and I take a deep dive into the world of flash. Scott, operating from a studio in Florida, and me, operating in a studio in Connecticut, cover the waterfront of flash use. Scott does basics–gear, buttons and dials, flash technique, and, as only Scott can, he also teaches some retouching. I’ll be doing advanced flash techniques, such as shadows and gels, building multi-flash scenarios, sorting out shapers to create beauty and character. CLICK HERE for Conference Schedule and HERE to register.
For me, the studio we’ll be working in is a real gift in that it is an old bank building, so that I will be able to work in a straight-up studio environment, but also configure the place as a location, using what is around, like, for instance, a couple of very large, very cool looking bank vaults. I’ll be using both big flash and hot-shoe style flash, and doing light by light builds in real time, with an array of four models over the two days.
We won’t get this crazy, but I’m going to try and come close:-))) Those bank vaults have given me some ideas.
Things we’ll tackle are issues photogs face every day.
Character? We’ll take a look at techniques that emphasize both.
Along the way, each day, there will be Q&A with both Scott and I, as well as lectures in both the basic and advanced tracks. Lectures I’ll be doing will be called, The Love of Light, and, Assignment Light, or Lighting with a Purpose.
This two day intensive is next Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 17 and 18, and both days are full of discussion, lecture, Q&A, and hands-on lighting solutions. Another cool thing is that you get access to the sessions for six months afterwards.
Scott and I combine to teach all levels of flash, from basic to advanced. Gonna be fun…..