Bowens, Sekonic and PocketWizard Present a Free Webinar: Mixing Strobes and Speedlights on Location. Hosted by Joe Brady.
As great as modern speedlights can be, there are limitations to power, consistency and recycle time. Are there times when you wish you could use all of the great light shaping tools that you use on monolights when you’re on location PLUS overpower the sun? Well, you’re in luck, because you can easily mix your “studio” lights with small speedlights to create a professional travel lighting kit.
Join host Joe Brady as he takes a single Bowens Gemini monolight on location and runs it with a small, yet powerful, battery pack. Why? Imagine using studio light shapers in the field in concert with one or two speedlites to accent and shape the light. Having power and flexibility can be an asset when shooting outdoor portraits.
To tie it all together, Joe will use PocketWizard radio triggers to fire each light and a Sekonic light meter to get it right the first time. See how easy it can be to make the light you desire anywhere and anytime you need it!
Join host Joe Brady as he visits with renowned educator, author and photographer Lee Varis. If you have ever traveled to a wonderful location and the weather won’t cooperate, you’ll want to see this show as Lee and Joe explore options to getting great images in practically any conditions.
Covering a two-day visit to the Scituate Lighthouse on the Massachusetts coast, Lee shares his approach to exposure and composition as the weather varies from picture-postcard perfect, to cloudless blue skies to overcast drizzle. He’ll then take us through his unique and powerful editing style using both Lightroom and Photoshop to enhance and polish his images.
For any nature, travel or landscape photographer, this will be time very well spent!
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HD On-Demand – originally held 5/22/2014
Hosted by Joe Brady
Landscape Photography can be a challenge for even the best digital camera. You need to use the full dynamic range of your camera and protect those all-important highlights that often make the shot.
Join host Joe Brady as he shows you how a single spot reading can put important highlights at the top of the capture and eliminate the need for bracketing and chimping.
Joe will show how to calibrate a Sekonic L-758 meter, your camera’s exposure capabilities, how to get the best digital file and how to quickly process that image to bring out its full beauty.
Don’t miss that perfect moment by guessing – get it right the first time, every time.
Sekonic DTS software
X-Rite ColorChecker Passport
Sony a-99 DSLR
Sony 70-200 f2.8 Zeiss Lens
Sony 24-70 f2.8 Zeiss Lens
3-stop ND Filter
Benro Travel Angel II – C2682TV2
Adobe Lightroom 5