PPAM Photopalooza 2018: The Nuts & Bolts of Speedlight Photography with Scott Levine

  • 19 Aug 2018
  • 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • The Studio 21 Fieldstone Drive, Stoneham MA
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  • Payment must be made upon registration
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PPAM Photopalooza 2018

The Nuts & Bolts of Speedlight Photography 
with Scott Levine

DATE:  August 19th, 2018 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

 LOCATION: The Studio 21, Fieldstone Drive, Stoneham MA    



During this hands-on seminar, photographers will learn the ins and outs of how speedlights respond to color and tone when used in TTL or AUTO, and how to correct for them.  Proper use of Speedlight Softboxes, Beauty Dishes, and umbrellas will be demonstrated and how they can enhance a location portrait.  Split Lighting, Short Lighting, Butterfly, and Rembrandt lighting will be shown and which tools should be used to create them.  Also, students will be instructed and have hands-on use of gels, barn doors, snoots, and grids too. On loan from PocketWizard will be TT1’s TT5’s, Plus 3’s & Plus 4’s as well as to further enhance each photographer’s experience and working knowledge. Lighting Modifiers from Lastolite, Rouge and Westcott will be available for hands on use.  Participants are strongly encouraged to bring a camera and their speedlights with them.




 Today Scott concentrates on Headshots, Location Portraits, Commercial Tabletop and Studio Portraiture.  Scott earned both a BFA in Commercial Photography and an AAS in Applied Sciences of Photography from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Scott has been a beta tester for manufactures in the photo industry such as Kodak, Lumedyne and Mamiya. 

All PPA member attendees will receive 1 Merit.
PPA # Must be provided at time of registration.

Class limit: 10

DATE:  August 19, 2018 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

Class Hours: 10:00 am– 4:30 pm

Payment must be made upon registration

Location: The Studio 21, Fieldstone Drive, Stoneham MA    


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