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Thursday 31 Oct

Friday 1 Nov

Saturday 2 Nov

Getting creative with light.

Secrets of Low Key images.

Food Photography

Frank Krummacher

Frank Krummacher

Richard Webb

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CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

In this fascinating session, you will understand the in's and out's of how to choose the perfect flash for your needs. You will get an overview on how to use them with other flashes, lights and equipment. For those thinking of buying a flash or going beyond the basics of shooting with a hot shoe flash, this is for you.

In this fun, play session, we get creative Learn the wizardry of low key lighting. In and push the limits with different studio light this practical session watch Frank make equipment including umbrellas, soft boxes some dark and emotive images. and other light modifiers to get interesting and exciting lighting effects.

Food photography is a subtle art. In this practical session, Richard highlights the tricky areas and shares great tips and tricks to get the perfect image.

Studio Portraiture

Beauty Dish Mastery

Shooting Off-Camera TTL Flash

Frank Krummacher

The art of using multiple Speedlites off camera Leanne Knuist

Leanne Knuist

Frank Krummacher

Training Area

CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

Learn how to choose, set-up and maximise the results from your studio equipment. In this practical, interactive session Frank will demonstrate how to capture flaw-less portrait photos using a variety of studio lighting equipment.

In this exciting practical session, we demonstrate the flexibility and art of using multiple speedlights. This is a must do session for anyone wanting create studio quality lighting while running on battery power.

The beauty dish is Leanne's favourite piece of lighting equipment. In this practical session, she demonstrates how she uses it to create a variety of fabulous lighting effects. She will shoot with and without the diffuser and honeycomb grid. This is a useful session for photographers wanting to move beyond softboxes and umbrellas in studio, or for mobile photographers looking for a versatile and practical light modifier for shooting on the go.

TTL flash uses intelligent communication between camera and flash. This session demonstrates how to use TTL flash, in auto mode off camera. And the various equipment options it works with. This is for those who want to learn how to up their game in terms of flash technology.

The magic of High Key lighting

Off-Camera Flash

Create magic in the studio with 4 lights

Frank Krummacher

Portrait Lighting Styles From The Old Masters Conrad Knuist

Richard Webb

Conrad Knuist

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CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

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Light, light, beautiful light. Come, see and learn how to master the use of light to create enchanting and whimsical high key images which are easy on the eye.

The classic painters knew how to use lighting to best effect. These lighting styles form the foundation of good studio lighting still today. Learn the secrets of the various lighting styles (including loop, butterfly, Rembrandt, short and broad lighting) to get the most out of studio portraiture.

Discover the secret of creating studio quality lighting from inexpensive and portable off-camera flash gear. In this practical, interactive session Richard will demonstrate the use of off-camera speedlight flashes with stands, light modifiers and radio triggers, including multiple flash triggering scenarios.

Watch Conrad work with four studio lights to build multiple studio light setups for different effects. See kicker, backdrop and hair lighting in action. Perfect for current and aspiring studio photographers.

Clever use of Speedlites in Studio

Shadows and Emotion in the Studio

Speedlite vs Studio Light Showdown

Conrad Knuist

Capturing the beauty of the natural world Frank Krummacher

Conrad Knuist

Frank Krummacher

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CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

Watch how we work with the magic of shadows to create interesting, expressive photos. This practical session shows you how to pull off interesting, high-contrast images.

This practical session compares studio lights and speedlights. Watch a head-onhead comparison and learn the pros and cons of each type of light.

Guide to understanding and choosing 10:00 the right flash for you Frank Krummacher

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The possibilities are endless when using Watch Frank work with lighting and speedlights with lighting modifiers including composition to capturing the exquisite umbrellas, softboxes, beauty dishes, natural beauty of flowers. barndoors and snoots in place of conventional studio lighting. Watch how to use your existing speedlights to supplement your current studio lights or build a speedlight-only studio. 16:00 In's and Out's of Studio Modifiers

Shooting Products in Studio

Flash Triggers

Leanne Knuist

Richard Webb

Leanne Knuist

Training Area

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CameraStuff Mezzanine Demo Area

Discover the various types of studio light modifiers and learn how to choose which modifier to use to create your desired lighting effect. In this practical, interactive session Leanne will demonstrate a wide variety of light modifiers including gels, snoots, barndoors, umbrellas, grid-boxes, soft-boxes and beauty dishes.

The perfect product shot can be tricky to Get up to speed on the different kinds of pull off. Richard will share and demonstrate flash triggers that are available, where to his top hints and tips for doing it well. use them and how they can work for you. Do you need an optical trigger? Or a radio trigger? Or a cable? Do you a TTL trigger or will a manual trigger work for you? Come and get the full picture and get all of your questions answered.

Sunday 3 Nov

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