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Portable flash workshop June 2013


We've just completed the third Mastering Light workshop at The Anderson Ranch in Aspen.  It was a great week.  We started with studio sessions focused on understanding the basics of lighting, then take that knowledge on location for three days.  Students learned how to work with studio strobes, portable power packs and dedicated flash units for Canon and Nikon.  By the end, participants were able to go into any environment confident of their abilities to make an image that was well executed from the technical, aesthetic and communications standpoints.

I'm delighted that based on these three years at the Anderson Ranch, I've already been invited back to teach again next summer.  The focus will specifically be on working with dedicated flash for 35mm DSLR's, and based on the locations we shot at this year, I know it is going to be a great experience.  June 17th-21th, The Anderson Ranch, Snowmass, Colorado. 

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