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The #ILOVELIGHT Workshop is here. Learn Beginner and Advanced Off Camera Lighting for Weddings & Portraits
- We will cover off camera flash and how we use it all throughout the day. We will cover how to shoot the couple inside and outside with OCF.
- What to expect to learn about OCF
- How aperture, shutter speed, iso, flash power, and flash to model distance work together when using flash
- Multiple light modifiers and when to use them. Including: softbox, umbrella, mag mod, etc
- When to use speedlights vs strobes
- Learn the basic lighting techniques such as rembrandt, butterfly, loop & more
Every attendee will receive a free Off Camera Lighting Ebook by Easton! So you will remember what you learned! Plus surprise giveaways from Pixifi and other companies.
Sponsored by Bayphoto, Brandsmash & Pixifi.
Easton Reynolds – 4 Hour Hands On Light Intensive
Easton & Laura have been named one of the top 100 wedding photographers in the United States. (View their off camera lighting work below) Easton is extremely knowlegable in off camera lighting
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Mike Allebach – 2 Hour Sunset Photowalk
Mike helped launch the newest lighting tool, the Profoto B2 Off Camera Flash on March 2 (see his video here). Back from teaching at WPPI, you’ll get the same photowalk you missed in Las Vegas. You will work with both indoor and outdoor off camera lighting with both the Protofo B2. Easton will also be assisting with the photo walk and have different lighting options available. This is a totally hands on experience with models.
Visit Allebach Photography for wedding & boudoir portfolio
“I have taken two workshops with easton both were full of so much information! I have to thank them for making me a better photographer and helping me approach my photography in a more thoughtful way. The minute you meet both easton and laura they feel like friends, they are incredibly down to earth and i think that’s what makes their workshops so great. They not only teach with facts but also their real life experiences and also hands on which helped me since like most creative i am a visual learner. Both classes we were able to photograph right along side them and see how they approached a real wedding day.
If you are afraid of light (flash) like i was i high recommend easton’s light class you will learn so much in just a few hours. I plan on taking more classes in the future. Thank you easton and laura for sharing so much information with all of us!”
– Jessica Cooper Photography
“Laura and Easton, Ronnie and I shot our first post-workshop wedding yesterday and were able to put to use everything you guys taught us. I have to say that i am so happy with the techniques we got to use! Also – moving the cake table isn’t quite as scary as i’d thought!”
– Alicia Bruce love knot photo
Easton Reynold’s Work
Mike Allebach’s Work