December Off Camera Flash workshop spaces almost full
Just about to head back to the States for the 4th time this year to teach a private workshop, shoot some models and landscapes around Las Vegas but in December myself and +Chris Willson will be holding our 3rd off camera flash workshop here on Okinawa.
Each time we try to make it just that bit better and bigger. Now for the first time we have sponsorship from the great folks at Spider Holster and Expo Imaging/Rogue. They will be sending out some of their latest photographic gear for us to to try out and give away as prizes.
There are just a few spaces left for this two day workshop which will be held at Chris's place in Ishikawa. The workshop is aimed at advanced enthusiasts, semi pro's and pro's that want to take their flash photography to the next level.
We will be learning how get more creative with off camera lighting, using various diffusers and shooting with a Japanese model on the beach.
If your interested in doing a photography workshop on Okinawa but still stuck in "auto" mode on your camera then you might like to contact +Chris Willson to take part in one of his photography 101 workshops. I also teach various workshops on everything from Adobe Lightroom workflow through to star trail and night scape photography. If you prefer to learn one on one then contact me for a private workshop on what ever photography subject you would like to improve on.
Here are a couple of testimonials from our past "strobist" or Off Camera Flash workshop participants.
The workshop was AWESOME!!! I learned a lot and will definitely be able to take better pictures with the knowledge both you and Chris were able to pass along. Thank you!
Pete, your Off Camera Flash class was great. You and Chris provide clear instruction and plenty of time to get out and shoot to practice what we discussed. Having the model on the last day was a great bonus.
To see more testimonials visit my testimonials page on my fotoShisa website here http://www.fotoshisa.com/guestbook.html
To reserve a spot on this workshop drop me an email here or contact Chris Willson of Travel67 Photography here