Make A Splash
Working with water and high-speed flash lighting
Cost: Weekend Public Workshops: £55 Per Person – Max 4 people per session
Venue: Liberty’s Centre, Crow Lane, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3DZ
Duration: This workshop will last approx 2.5 Hours
Group Leader: Andy Green from Aperture Attic.
Why not come in, pour yourself a drink… and then chuck it on the floor! While it might make a mess, it will be one heck of a photograph; fortunately there is not a cream carpet in sight. You will be served a selection of drinks to clash, smash and splash around, with a variety of props and lighting conditions. After all that what else could you need? Bursting Water Balloons of course! – all good clean fun.
In this creative workshop, we will teach you the principles of freezing motion using high-speed flash and capturing an image at the exact moment using a sound trigger.
An experienced photographer will be on hand to assist you should you require any pointers to get the most from your day. A great day for beginners or experienced photographer alike, however for the best results, some cleaning in post processing is recommended.
Remember, we are working with water and while we do our best to control where it goes, some splashing is to be expected. Protective rain covers will be available should you wish to use one.
What you need:
You will need a DSLR or a Mirrorless Camera and a lens in the range of 70 – 200, 70 – 300 or 100 – 400 mm as well as a tripod. A remote camera release is an advantage although not absolutely necessary. You will need plenty of memory and battery power.
You will be expected to know how to turn your camera into manual mode and change shutter speed, ISO and aperture – please refer to your camera’s manual for instruction on how to do this.
What We Supply:
We provide all the subject matter and props as well as all lighting and triggers. An experienced photographer is always on hand to help you make the most of your day.
These workshops are only available as Weekend Photo Days and cost £55 per person with a maximum number of 4 people in a group so every one gets plenty of time taking photos.