Master Nikon i-TTL Wireless Flash, CLS

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Learn to use Nikon's innovative wireless flash system in our completely revamped workshops.

For anyone who owns a SB-600, SB-700, SB-800, SB-900, SB-910 flash and wants to understand how the i-TTL (intelligent Through The Lens) system works and what Nikon's Creative Lighting System (CLS) can do for you. We'll have lots and lots of flashes, and will set up many different types of shots using the i-TTL system (speedlights, cameras, gels and filters). You will learn flash techniques that will help you solve difficult lighting scenarios. We'll cover methods on how to creatively light situations that arise in studio photography, outdoor portraits, product photography, closeup and flower photography, web and product photography, travel photography, fill-flash photography and night photography.

Our workshops classes are kept small (15 or less) so that we can spend a significant amount of time learning the cameras as well as answering individual questions. We guarantee that you'll learn more about your Nikon flash in this workshop than you ever thought was possible.

In our workshops, you will "Hear it. See it. Do it." so that you come away from the day with the most incredible learning experience you've ever encountered.

Photographers who have come to our previous workshops tell us time and time again that our classes are the best they've ever attended. Try it out for yourself. We guarantee that you'll be satisfied and that you'll learn techniques that will greatly improve your photography.

To put it simply: our workshops are the best available anywhere.

  • You will learn

    • Multiple strobe usage
    • SB-700/800/900/910 setup as a commander flash unit
    • SB-700/800/900/910 setup as remote flash unit
    • SB-600 setup as remote flash unit
    • Studio lighting
    • Manual modes
    • Sync cord usage
    • Product lighting
    • Portrait lighting
    • Light diffusion methods (umbrellas, domes, etc.)
    • Camera commander mode
    • Outdoor fill-flash methods
    • Travel photography flash usage
    • Bounce flash
    • Slow-sync flash methods
    • Rear-curtain sync
    • Colored gel usage
    • Flash output level compensation
    • Repeating flash (stroboscopic effect)
  • What to bring

  • Required

    • Nikon Digital SLR or F6 Film Camera
    • Your SB-600, SB-700 or SB-800, SB-900, SB-910 speedlight.
    • Fully charged battery for your camera
    • Extra "AA" batteries for flash(es)
    • Digital media (memory card) and/or film
    • Card reader and/or camera USB cable
    • Camera Manual
    • Flash Manual
    • A strong desire to learn!
  • Optional

    • Tripod
    • More CF memory
    • Your own laptop is not required
  • What is provided

    • Free Instructional materials
    • Direct learning from Nikonian pro instructors in an intensive hands-on environment
    • Reduced size class for personalized attention to your needs, regardless of skill level.
  • Venue Information

      Please check your venue by specific city area location.

 

This course is packed full with information. We guarantee that you'll not only learn how to better use your Nikon i-TTL Speedlights, but you'll also learn to be a better photographer. We will work closely with you to help you achieve your goals! Start time: 8:00 AM End time: 5:00 PM

 

Master Nikon i-TTL Wireless Flash, CLS workshops are provided in the following locations:

City Area Date Instructor Price (Member) Price (Non-Member)
Denver, CO 29-OCT-2011 Winston C. Hall $224 $254 Sold out
Chicago, IL 05-NOV-2011 Winston C. Hall $224 $254 Sold out
Orlando, FL 20-JAN-2012 Mike Hagen $224 $254 Sold out
Fort Lauderdale, FL 20-JAN-2013 Mike Hagen $224 $254 Sold out
Los Angeles, CA 11-OCT-2014 Mike Hagen $224 $254 Checkout Add to cart
Seattle, WA 18-OCT-2014 Mike Hagen $224 $254 Checkout Add to cart

Member prices are only applicable to Nikonians Silver, Gold and Platinum Members. Non-members can register as Nikonians members here. Nikonians Basic members can upgrade the membership level here. Membership payments help sustain the growth of the Nikonians community and its services such as the Nikonians Academy.