Profoto One Light Portraits

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Looking to create a beautiful soft light portrait?or Something more moody and dramatic?

Using a single light, a reflector and soft box along with a little Creativity Tom will show you how to achieve a variety of different results using the Profoto off camera flash system. Join Tom for a fun hands on experience using only one light

What to bring:

Bring your camera, as this will be a great learning experience, attendees should have a basic knowledge of camera settings to include being able to make changes to shutter speed,aperture and ISO

Profoto TTL Flash Photography

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Join Tom Hopkins for a demonstration using the Profoto TTL System

    1. Tom will demonstrate the difference between manual flash and TTL functions
    2. Using TTL Tom will demonstrate why using TTL is fast, accurate and easy, giving you more time to create and less time worrying about the controls
    3. We will be using on camera flash with the Profoto A1 and off camera flash using a combination of the A1 and the B1X system.

What to bring:

Bring your camera, as this will be a great learning experience, attendees should have a basic knowledge of camera settings to include being able to make changes to shutter speed, aperture and ISO speed, aperture and ISO

Profoto Headshots

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For this months Profoto Class we will work on Head Shots

Social media is an important part of our day to day activities, businesses

use the platform to grow their business, they want to leave a lasting

impression, often they will need an impressive Headshot.

In this two-hour class, Tom will demonstrate the techniques needed to be successful, follow along as we build our lighting using the Profoto off camera lighting system, starting with one light Tom will build the system to three lights, using the right modifiers to shape the light, you will have a complete  recipe for success.

What to expect:

Tom will have a model on hand, he will be demonstrating using tethered capture to a big screen, you will be able to see what’s going on as we shape the lights.

Class will have the opportunity to participate using your own cameras, we have a limited number of transmitters available.

What to Bring:

Bring your camera, 70-200mm focal length works best for Head Shots.

You should have a basic knowledge of your camera settings, including shutter, aperture and ISO and how to change them in your camera.

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