Webinars

10/30/2014 01:00 PM - How to Combine Flash and Ambient Light with Bowens Travelpaks

Learn how to conquer challenging mixed ambient and flash situations with Tony Corbell. He’ll use battery-powered Gemini monolights in bright sunlight, shade, and backlit situations.
Conquer challenging mixed ambient and flash situations

Learn how to conquer challenging mixed ambient and flash situations with #TeamBowens Evangelist Tony Corbell. He’ll use battery-powered Gemini monolights in bright sunlight, shade, and backlit situations.

Tony will take his Travelpaks on location to photograph a professional baseball pitcher in his home ballpark. We’ll cover how to choose the right aperture and shutter speed when mixing light sources. Tony will also be live in the studio to take your questions about the three shooting scenarios and quiz him on the thought process he employs when planning for a shoot of this nature.

Join us and master daylight + flash with confidence!

 


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10/16/2014 01:00 PM - An Introduction to Using Off-Camera Fill-Flash to Produce Amazing Portraits

Join host Joe Brady as he shows you a step-by-step method to add just the right amount of light to create natural shape and highlights for location portrait photography. A light meter and a pair of PocketWizard radio triggers make it easy. No more pointing the flash up at the clouds, no more blown-out highlights or missing shadow data – just natural, beautiful results.

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Fill in shadows to add life and sparkle to the eyes!

Learning to control an off-camera flash can be intimidating.  But have no fear!  We’ll show you how easy it is to produce natural-looking results when adding flash to ambient light.

This valuable, professional technique will make you an instant hit with your clients and give you an edge over the competition.  And, it will help you to produce beautiful outdoor portraits virtually anytime and anywhere.

Join host Joe Brady as he shows you a step-by-step method to add just the right amount of light to create natural shape and highlights for location portrait photography. A light meter and a pair of PocketWizard radio triggers make it easy. No more pointing the flash up at the clouds, no more blown-out highlights or missing shadow data – just natural, beautiful results.

 

 


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10/09/2014 01:00 PM - Your Portraits’ Color and Exposure are not Perfect – but they can be!

Learn how adding two tools to your photo arsenal can save you tons of time and money. The Sekonic L-478 and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport will change your life for the better.





Learn how adding two tools to your photo arsenal can save you tons of time and money. The Sekonic L-478 and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport will change your life for the better.

Some people believe that the color and exposure from their cameras is perfect. Or even good enough. We believe that is so far from true, that were willing to prove it. Join us for a free live video demonstrating how to combine a Sekonic L-478 and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport to nail exposure and color from the get-go.

Why should you care? Great question. Because you might not be aware of how much time you spend fixing photos during post-processing. Wouldn't you rather spend more time making them look like you want them to than fixing errors? Consider that...

Join Joe Brady as he shows tried-and-true methods to make your portrait sessions less about the tech, leaving more room to connect with your clients and make extraordinary photographs. Hell cover available light, studio flash and more.

Be warned, once you watch this webinar, there is no going back to not knowing about how to do it better.


Equipment list:
Sekonic L-478
X-Rite ColorCheckerPassport
Sony a7r camera
Sony 70-200 f4 lens
PocketWizard Plus III
Sony HVL-F60
Flash Adobe Lightroom 5

 

 



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09/24/2014 01:00 PM - Perfect Exposure and Color for Landscape Photography: Why You Need the Sekonic L-758DR and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport

Join host Joe Brady as he demonstrates how to shorten editing time, provide more accurate color and keep you from losing highlight details - the payoff is a better Landscape Photography




Today’s digital cameras are so advanced that every shot should be perfect – shouldn’t they? The reality is that though cameras continue to get more advanced, they still have no idea about the image they are capturing. They have +/- auto exposure overrides, flash overrides and color temperature presets. Why is that? Because the camera can only make a guess at what it is “seeing.”

The combination of the Sekonic L-758DR meter and X-Rite’s ColorChecker Passport eliminate guessing and provide you with the information you need for perfect exposure and color in your landscape photography.

Join host Joe Brady as he demonstrates how these tools will shorten editing time, provide more accurate color and keep you from losing highlight details - the payoff is a better Landscape Photography experience.


Equipment list:
Sekonic L-758DR
Sekonic DTS software
X-Rite ColorCheckerPassport
Sony a7r mirrorless fullframe
Sony 24-70 f4 Zeiss Lens
10-stop ND Filter
MeFoto Roadtrip TravelTripod
Lightroom 5

 

 



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06/26/2014 01:00 PM - Get The Best Images In Any Weather

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.


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!

Equipment list:
Sekonic L-758DR
Sekonic DTS software
X-Rite ColorChecker Passport
Sony a-99 DSLR
Sony 24-70 f2.8 Zeiss Lens
Fuji XT-1
3-stop ND Filter
Benro Travel Angel II
MeFoto tripod

 

Get The Best Images In Any Weather

 


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