The Ultimate Guide To Using Off-Camera Flash Part II: Outdoor Photo Sessions
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Shoot 1 - Dramatic portraits using sky as background10:18
Shoot 2 - Balancing ambient and flash light - Photo session between the trees5:24
Shoot 3 - Balancing ambient light and flash - Photo session at the narrow gauge railway3:37
High Speed Sync (HSS) – Wide apertures on bright day8:56
Shoot 4 - High Speed Sync (HSS) Wide apertures on a bright day6:43
Shoot 5 - Graphic or Grungy backgrounds – Store shutters3:32
Shoot 6 - Graphic or Grungy backgrounds – Graffiti (using HSS)3:40
Shoot 7 - Graphic or Grungy backgrounds - A brick wall (using HSS)4:02
About This Class
This is Part II of the off-camera flash course.
Follow me on the outdoor photo sessions & learn to create beautiful light using small flashes & take stunning dramatic portraits.
Learn how to create beautiful light using small flashes.
- Follow me on 7 outdoor photo shoots
- Learn how to balance ambient light with flash outside
- Learn how High Speed Sync or an ND filter can help to get better backgrounds outside
- Everything explained in detail on live shoots
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Simple and straight to the point. Best explanation on how to use off-camera flash!
Thanks to Bernie for another absolutely brilliant class - he really gets to the nub of using flash off-camera for really great photos. With such charm and self-deprecating humour.
Award winning portrait & wedding photographer
I'm a working photographer based in Bedfordshire UK, and have been passionate about photography ever since my parents bought me my first camera when I was just 11 years old (a Kodak Brownie 127)!
I'm qualified as a photographer to 'Associate' level with both the MPA (Master Photographers Association), and the SWPP (Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers) in the UK.
I'm also a guest speaker on cruise ships, and also in demand as a speaker to other professionals and to beginner and keen amateurs at camera clubs...
I love to share my passion for photography, and these entertaining and informative films will demonstrate, without blinding you with science, how you can be a better photographer, taking more creative and dramatic photos that will wow your friends and family.