These days I have been hearing a lot of talk about workshops for photographers in Korea. No doubt they exist but are probably hard to come by in English. Fortunately, Flashlight Expeditions is running regular workshops around the country to meet the needs of aspiring photographers.
On June 16th, Dylan Goldby will be in the bright lights of Busan, to make it even brighter by showing us how to use off camera flash. This is one of the trickiest things to master with photography in some senses, but a working knowledge will payoff in the long run. Dylan will cover wide range of topics directly related to you, the photographer who wants to learn about off camera flash in Korea. Here is what the course will entail (excerpt from www.flashlightexpeditions.com):
– How light works
– The gear: What do you need? What’s right for you?– Flash Setup Workflow– TTL vs. Manual Mode– Why light?– The limits of hotshoe flashes and how to work with them– What’s available in Korea