In Spring of 2011, the world's two leading educators and innovators in the big world of small flash, David "The Strobist" Hobby and Joe "Numnuts" McNally teamed up for the FLASHBUS 2011 TOUR, demonstrating the speed of light while rolling across the US at the speed of a moving bus,
Two different styles of lighting and two different ways of teaching combine as Hobby and McNally join forces to explore and explain good light — good light done fast and well.
In this one day seminar, you'll spend the day studying light as you watch over the shoulders of two experienced professionals. Their paths may be different, but the end goal is the same -- to create interesting light that is appropriate to the subject and to do it in an intuitive way. Discover the valuable tips and expertise these two professionals have to offer about managing light and speaking with light.
Click here to find out more about the Flash Bus Tour 2011 in the US.
Who Should Attend
These sessions will be jam-packed with useful information that be of benefit and interest to all levels.
What you should bring
Your notebook & pen
The organisers of Gulf Photo Plus are diligent in their delivery of a safe workshop and event experience. Organisers, instructors and supervisors of workshop venues (private and public) take all due care in arrangements of the workshops and to ensure the safety and wellbeing of registered Gulf Photo Plus participants, models and volunteers.
Participants will be advised of any unusual health and safety requirements at the commencement of workshops and are expected to adhere to these rules.
Participation in the workshops is entirely at the participant’s own risk and any right to claim compensation for any accident, injury, loss or damage to self or equipment is waived. In particular participants accept full responsibility for their equipment against loss or theft, and acknowledge that they use the lighting equipment and travel provided by private buses to location shoots at their own risk.
Students under the age of 18 will be required to bring a letter of consent from their parent/guardian to be presented at time of registration.I Agree