I’ve been holding on to these photos for a while now. Just haven’t had a chance to blog about them. These were taken during the final session of our photography class in March. It was a final chapter on flash photography where the instructor brought along a continuous light source, in this case a video camera light, and we all took our turns taking photos using single flash mounts.
Advanced Photography Class was fun, but seriously I did not learn as much as I wanted since we were short on time. One important aspect which I think they failed to cover was how to set up for studio lighting and the various lighting accessories that a start-up photographer might consider.
Still, the basics were covered and for now that is enough. They are offering further workshops but I don’t think I will join in. I am considering the next Gulf Photo Plus, maybe a class on Portraiture? The one problem with this though is the cost. I would have to pay the equivalent of a 3-month course with Lightroom for a half-day workshop at the GPP!