Learn to understand and use your flash in this one-day hands-on intensive workshop. Using flash effectively requires a solid understanding of flash principles like synchronization, exposure and quality controls. Use this session to get comfortable with your flash and practice using it both on and off the camera in both indoor and outdoor situations. Have a go at using a variety of single-light setups to explore your lighting quality in a variety of lighting situations.
This intensive workshop aims to lift your flash confidence to be able to handle any lighting situation. The workshop includes practical sessions, detailed notes, and worksheets so that you can record your settings and compare your results. This is an ideal workshop for those who need to use flash for event photography or location portraits, and who want to regain control over their lighting. We start from the absolute basic and build your knowledge so that flash becomes less disarming as an accessory, and instead a powerful ally in your professional approach to any subject-matter.
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This intensive workshop follows on from our first session and aims to help you craft the most sophisticated lighting for a variety of setups. It is suited to photographers who already have a grasp on basic flash principles and are wanting to get a more advanced understanding of how to use a flash creatively. Although we are exploring multiple flash setups, you can try out a variety of equipment options in the workshop before committing to invest in any more units for your own kit. We will have Nikon, Canon, Godox, Elinchrom and a few generic units available for you to explore. The workshop includes practical sessions and worksheets so that you can record your settings and compare your results. We will also work with high-speed flash to explore opportunities to capture movement and access shallow depth of field in bright conditions.
Models will be on hand for shoots at the end of the day so that you can explore your ideas and try out a variety of techniques. This session requires an understanding of the basic principles of flash photography.
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17th March 2018 // 10am - 5pm
26th May 2018 // 10am - 5pm
In a time when the immediacy of digital photography has created a flood of expendable images, many artists have chosen to turn to traditional image making techniques. In this one day workshop, students will learn the history and basic practice of the 19th Century tintype process. In this hands-on class, attendees will learn to coat, sensitize, expose, develop and varnish aluminium plates to create one-of-a kind hand-made photographs. Students will finish the day with several tintypes created by their own hands and will receive a detailed handbook containing all the information they need to continue making tintypes on their own.
This workshop is suitable for intermediate to advanced photographers. However it is not necessary to have done any film-based photography before
Includes all materials including aluminium and processing chemicals, as well as a detailed handbook (information includes materials required, chemicals, recipes, techniques, troubleshooting, suppliers etc. Access to a suitable 4x5” camera can be arranged if required. You may want to bring along some interesting props to photograph. Remember that anything with text will show backwards on the Tintype though :)
These workshops are run for very small groups (max 4). We'd love to share the joy and thrill of making unique tintype images...
Capture One is a professional raw converter and image editing software developed by Phase One. It is designed for professional photographers who need to process large volumes of high quality images in a fast and efficient workflow. Capture One is known for its exceptional handling of colour. Thanks to the custom camera profiling, every RAW file shines - straight from the camera. Whether you seek creative colour grading tools or want to ensure natural colours in your images, Capture One delivers powerful and precise tools to achieve your vision.
This session is run by Brent Leideritz, a high-end commercial photographer based in Adelaide. Brent will take you through an entire workflow including a studio shoot tethered straight into Capture One. We will work through image selections and the various basic and advanced image processing tools. We will also look at how you can work with Capture One and Photoshop, and identify the best workflow for your style of photography. This is a hands-on session where you will work on images captured in the studio that day, and the small group will allow for plenty of one-on-one support.
This session is another small-group practical session. We will have 6 people max in the class, so you can be sure that you will have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and get familiar with the software. This session is ideal for both emerging and professional photographers. You will need to bring along a laptop with a trial version of Capture One 11 - we will send you a download link when you register.