For those of you in the Toronto Area who want to learn more about flash, there’s some great opportunities coming up in the next days:
- For advanced, pro, emerging pro users, I teach an “Advanced Flash” evening workshop in Toronto’s historic Distillery District on May 4, and there is still space! You will learn about the subtle differences between CLS/iTTL and e-TTL, you will learn about balancing light creatively, and much more. See here: http://www.cameratraining.ca/Schedule.html
- On 30 May (new date) Joseph Marranca and I are teaching a full day advanced light workshop in my country home in Mono, Ontario, just an hour north of Toronto. A great opportunity to make some great creative shots! See and book here: http://www.cameratraining.ca/Mono-Day.html
- For amateurs who want to get advanced in their flash use and practice what they learned, I wrote the all-new “Get Out and Shoot” workshop for Henry’s School of Imaging, and I and other experts will be teaching this Get Out and Shoot from May on across the GTA: check Henry’s School of Imaging to book!
Take advantage of these unique opportunities and kick-start your use of flash and light this month. Sign up today and enjoy sharing your passion with the pros and with other enthusiasts.
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I have taken photographs for years but am challenged by some of the technical areas that one needs to be aware of to continue to grow and improve. Flowers are my favourite subject and I have many beautiful images that I’ve recently taken at the Peony Festival at the Oshawa Botanical Gardens and in my own gardens as well.
I was hoping to see some comments from people who have attended the Niagara 4 day course with Rob. However, I was very impressed with your great suggestions. I found them easy to follow and not overly technical!!