Class Sign-up Policy
All classes must be registered and paid in advance. To register for any classes please call Susan Francis at 407-227-6680 or sign up on-line. If you leave sign-up until the last minute you take the chance of possibly having that class canceled if there are not enough students registered. If you register and do not show up for a class you will forfeit the class fee, if you cannot make a class and call and cancel the morning of the class you will have a school credit towards any other class.
If you are not completely satisfied with your class, we will be pleased to refund the fee or give you credit towards another class. For questions regarding classes please call Susan Francis at 407-227-6680 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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***IMPORTANT - When registering on-line please enter a PHONE NUMBER where we can contact you, and the make/model of your camera in the "Instructions to Merchant" box.
Harmon's School of Photography offers classes on most aspects of digital photography.
Whether you have just got your first digital camera, or you want to get more serious about your photography, our classes will provide the jumpstart you need.
Off Camera Flash Photography
The aim of flash photography is to make it look like you didn't use flash. The best way to achieve this is to make make your light source bigger,, make it directional and balance it with the ambient light.
In Week 1 we will review the art of balancing flash and ambient light, discuss the use of various modifiers (umbrellas, softboxes, reflectors, etc.) available for small flashes, show you how and when to use flash in TTL and manual modes, and explain how flashes can be used off-camera for great lighting both indoors and outdoors.
In Week 2, students will get a chance to put it all into practice with a model shoot both in and outdoors (weather and time of year permitting). At the conclusion of this class, you will be able to achieve great results with even just one off-camera flash. If you are a budding 'Strobist' this class is definitely for you! All flash equipment will be provided.
Prerequisites: We recommend that students have taken our Flash 1 and Photo 2 class, or have a similar level of knowledge and understanding of their camera controls, especially manual exposure metering and white balance.
Taught by John Francis 6-8:30 pm at Harmon Photo.
Cost is $100