This walk, led by Robert Trawick will be a fun course on photography and also how to use speedlights outdoors.
This will be a hands on class while walking around Historic Handley, Fort Worth Texas.
Robert will be going over the basics of digital photography.
- How to choose the right ISO, aperture, and shutter speed.
- How to see the light outdoors in order to choose the right settings on your camera.
- How to use your camera’s manual settings to take an image that is a more than just a snapshot.
Then Robert will jump right into the use of speed light on camera and off camera. The class will have an opportunity to use flash modifiers so that everyone can get a firsthand experience on how they work and what they can do for your images. We will work with some fun modifiers like Multi-Flectors, Snoots, Gels, Honeycomb Grids, and the Speedbox 60.
This Photo Walk is for all levels and skill set.
What to bring:
- Speedlight (if you have one)
All speedlight modifying tools are supplied.
Robert Trawick is experienced in all aspects of the craft, from large format cameras to 70mm motion picture film processing. There is a lot of information in his head just waiting to bubble out, and once it's flowing, stand back ’cause something is going to power your light bulb! His experience as a USAF Photojournalist coupled with extensive worldwide travels and interactions with diverse cultures provide Robert with unique abilities to reach and teach anyone at any level. Specializing in weddings, bridal fashion, and commercial advertising, Robert constantly strives to balance light, shadow, focus and color into images that magically transports the viewer to the emotion of the moment. Robert is a nationally recognized speaker and is sponsored by Interfit, Vanguard, and XP PhotoGear. Robert is also the co-host for FotoFacts Podcast, a casual iTunes audio show highlighting photo education, industry leaders, and charities.
Groupons will not be accepted for this special event
Photos On The Vine is a local photography studio which also rents studio space and holds various types of photography classes from beginner classes to studio lighting. This Photo Walk is a BYOB event. Attendees have the option to bring their own bottle of wine and appetizers to enjoy before the Photo Walk. A Perfect Blend of Creativity, Conversation, and Learning.