photography workshops – NJ / NYC
If you need more direct instruction or help in demystifying flash photography,
I present photography workshops, most often on the topics of flash photography and lighting.
1. on-location lighting photography workshop – group
The group photography workshops are full-day events – and is a mixture of seminar presentation and practical shooting. The workshops will be held at my studio space in NJ. Each workshop is limited to 6 people only. This way I can make sure of individual attention with each photographer attending the workshop section of the day, and allow everyone enough time to work with the models and to get personal feedback.
The intention with these workshops is to help other photographers grasp whichever aspects had been elusive up until then – whether it is a technique, or bit of theory – and then have things suddenly fall into place. My approach is to teach other photographers how to achieve what they want to. And what I am trying for, are for a few “aaaah, NOW I get it!” moments.
After attending the workshop you will have confidence in using your speedlight. During the practical shooting sessions with 2 models, we will cover a wide range of material from the basics and up. You will be able to get accurate exposures in a fast moving environment such as shooting weddings or events. We will use a variety of lighting techniques – bounce flash; as well as TTL flash and manual flash; off-camera lighting with a softbox.
- Sept 21, 2014 (Sunday)
- Oct 26, 2014 (Sunday)
If you’d prefer to have an individual workshop, including a model, I also offer individual workshops. These are either held in Manhattan or New Jersey, depending on your schedule and logistics. These are ideal if you’d rather not work in a group, or if you are in the NJ/NY vicinity for a short time only.
Please feel free to e-mail me or phone me at 862-485-7276, for more information about the workshops.
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Neil van Niekerk