Off-camera Flash Lighting Workshop

"Light and shoot creatively with off-camera flash lighting!"

Off-camera flash lighting workshop

Level: Intermediate - Advanced
Duration: 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Date: 16 March 2019 (Saturday)
Cost: $160
Instructor: Seng Mah
Location: Team Digital (5 Coolgardie Terrace, East Perth)
Maximum participants: 10

Proudly supported by Team Digital

Join us and discover the power and potential of creative off-camera flash lighting! If you've alway wanted to learn how to effectively use off camera lights such as speedlights and battery powered strobes, then this is a great way to learn this style of creative lighting in a hands-on environment.

You'll learn how to work your light on its Manual mode: what the numbers mean, how to set up and use off-camera flash, and how to make use of lighting modifiers to shape the light from your flash.

You'll be exploring off-camera lighting using both speedlights and lithium battery powered strobes (such as the Elinchrom ELB lights or Jinbei HD400 lights). You'll also get hands-on experience with using a range of lighting modifiers, from MagMod modifiers all the way to octaboxes, softboxes and more. For those of you with compatible cameras (see below), you can also use the special high speed sync function in the battery powered strobes to freeze movement or wide open with flash lighting! Part workshop and part shoot, you'll be working with a creative model, shooting in a range of different environments in and around Team Digital.

This is an exclusive workshop/shoot event and is limited to only 10 participants. Don't miss out!


  • Your interchangeable lens camera (DSLR or mirrorless).
  • Lenses from wide-angle to mid-range telephoto (effective focal length range of 16mm - 120mm).
  • This workshop is suitable for Canon, Nikon, Sony and Olympus cameras; users of Pentax, Fujifilm and Panasonic cameras may not be able to use the full gamut of equipment available for high speed sync.



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