|Total duration||10 hours|
|Group size||9 students max.|
Using flash in your photographs has quite an impact on the photos you produce. With just the right use of flash, your photograph can take on a more professional look. However, knowing how to use flash adequately, to get the most of your photographs, can be a bit tricky.
This class will show you how to take that extra step with your flash unit. In our class exercises, students will utilize both on-camera and off-camera flash to light their photographs, discuss types of flash and various ways to meter their light. We will also practice using flash at night and in mixed lighting situations. By the end of this course students will feel confident in using their flash unit any given situation.
Pre-requisite: Photography I or equivalent.
Portable flash is required for this class.
*Malbec World Metropolitan Museum New York, April 17, 2013. Olga and Leonardo Suarez Paz. Photograph by Patricia Burmicky