Learn how to use your camera to capture images in challenging lighting conditions, to create atmospheric photographs.
How to use your camera for shots in low light
How to use fill-in flash to balance poor lighting conditions
Use of flash for backlit shots
Controlling background and foreground exposure independently
Creative ways of using flash for stunning, three-dimensional images
How to photograph night scenes, light trails and fireworks
Where: Take control of your hot-shoe mounted flash and unleash its creativity. You'll have two photographic sessions and the opportunity to review and discuss your photos as a group.
Equipment: This workshop is suitable for any camera with a dedicated hot-shoe mounted flash (a flash unit which is compatible with your camera). To get the best out of this workshop you will require a tripod (full height). Optional equipment - reflector, cable or remote shutter release for your camera.
Previous Experience: To get the most from this workshop, we recommend that you have attended our Explore Your Camera Part 2 - Developing Skills workshop, or have a clear understanding of shutter speed and depth of field, focal point and ISO.
Group Size: A maximum of 10 students per tutor.
Times: Full day, usually 10 am to 4 pm but please check your joining instructions.
You may also be interested in our Low Light and Night Photo Walks, including Christmas photowalks.