What A Fun Workshop – Off Camera Flash

10 11 2010

Photo By Brent Pearson

Last Sunday Scott Buchannan and I ran a 1 day workshop on off camera flash on location.  We had a great bunch of photographers attend with a good breadth of experience.  Based on the feedback that I have received since the day, I think that folks really enjoyed the intense day.

The day comprised of 2.5 hours of theory and studio demonstrations followed by 4 locations shoots with 2 gorgeous models and a wicked makeup artist.  We actually thought we weren’t going to get into the Dunlop Factory for our shoot, but luckily the locked gate seemed to have been miraculously unlocked the night before (thank you Graffiti artists).  Here’s some of the shots that have been processed already by the participants…. there were lots of gorgeous images from the day, here is just a few…

Photo By Tim Bolger


Photo By Chris Belyea


Photo By Tim Bolger


Photo By Andrew Code

I’ve got two places left on the next workshop which is being run on 21st November if anybody is keen to learn how to shoot with off camera flash on location…. and have a lot of fun at the same time.





3 responses

10 11 2010
Henry Budd

Hi Brent,

Henry Budd from the Daily Telegraph here.
Sorry I couldn’t find any other way of contacting you, so I thought I’d send through a comment.

I’m going to do a story on the wrecks of Homebush Bay for the paper and I stumbled across some of your images of the wrecks on the photoguides website which we would like to use to help illustrate the story.
Can you please shoot me an email on the above address when you have a second to discuss?

Kind regards,

Henry Budd.

10 11 2010
Tim Bolger

Sweet workshop Brent,

I got heaps out of it and it was great fun as well.

If you thinking of going I would definitely recommend it


Tim Bolger

10 11 2010
Chris Belyea

Got to agree with Tim … this is THE best workshop around if you’re serious about Off Camera Flash work !

Professional, informative and bags of fun !

Chris Belyea

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