Flash is best used as a spice, too much or too little can be bad but used in the right amount and the right way, a flash can be very nice. Andrew Taylor will explore the concepts and techniques behind effective lighting with flash. The discussion starts with fundamentals that build on exposure principles taught in the previous installments of Foundations of Photography Exposure --simple techniques that improve the results from a camera's built-in or Hot-Shoe Flash. The discussion will include the flash concepts of Fill & Bounce Flash techniques and on using flash as a key light. The course will also explore topics ranging from syncing flash, repeating flash, to shooting with one or more off-camera flash units and flash accessories.
FIt takes abilities beyond luck and money to create a world-renowned and iconic brand. More than just an automotive pioneer, Ettore Bugatti was an artist, a visionary, and a gifted designer. His contributions to the automotive industry and design aesthetic are still recognized today, despite his passing almost 75 years ago. But how did this come to be? Join us for our next Demo Day as we take a closer look at the man that defined this famous marque through his writings, illustrations, and most importantly, his automobiles.
Nuvolari, Biondetti, Ascari, and Farina were four of the most influential Italian drivers in the history of motorsports, admired by fans around the world for their skill and bravery. Join us as we take a closer look at their life and legacy and examine the factors that made them champions.
Andrew Taylor will explore the concepts and techniques behind capturing the sense of motion in photography. Capturing good action in photography is all about planning ahead. Action happens fast, so you have to be prepared ahead of time to capture it. The discussion will explore Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO, and Focal Length. The discussion will also cover camera settings such as Burst Mode, Multi & Single Point Focusing, and Focus Point Positioning. The discussion also examines the importance of Positioning, Panning, Location, and Anticipation in an effort to help everyone capture Speed in photography.