In this lively, highly caffeinated, all day session, a whole new world of flash will be discussed, interpreted, explained and demonstrated. Radio-controlled TTL flashes are the current standard in Speedlights: Joe explores and explains how they are able to enlarge our imaginations and field capabilities. The new Nikon SB-5000 Speedlights will be used on their own controlled by radio, and will also be used in conjunction with older models of “line of sight” Speedlights (the SB-5000’s, used with the D5 and D500 cameras, are backwards compatible).
With 30 plus years in the field with cameras and flash, Joe manages light by diffusing it, bouncing it, and controlling it to produce drama and shadows. A professional model will be present, and Joe will also pull subjects from the crowd, which proves to be highly interactive and fun. He will show examples of light and light theory, while engaging the audience in an ongoing Q&A and offering tips, tricks,stories and survival strategies derived from many years on-location in over 60 countries and all fifty states. Joe and his lights are well-traveled and he is noted for being completely candid and open with information on the life, times and techniques of being a photographer.
This event will be held in the Weston Theatre in the Museum of London. More detailed instructions on how to find the venue will be sent out closer to the time.
A buffet lunch will be provided.
Although this is a big event we imagine that tickets will sell out quickly - please book soon to avoid disapointment.
Museum of London - Weston Theatre, 150 London Wall, London, EC2Y 5HN, UK