Tertiary Catalogue

Series: What the Flash?


Camera and Lighting Primer

Camera and Lighting Primer

In this episode Bob continues his overview of equipment by covering different cameras and lighting options within them as well as different lens options.
Introduction and Equipment

Introduction and Equipment

Bob Davis begins the series by introducing lighting with speedlites and giving an overview of what's inside his typical gear kit for a shoot.
Live Demo I: DIY

Live Demo I: DIY "Dirty" Lighting

In this first live shoot of the course, Bob introduces you to "dirty lighting" and takes you through a shoot from start to finish.
Live Demo II: Great Results with One Speedlite

Live Demo II: Great Results with One Speedlite

In this episode Bob goes through the basics of lighting using one speedlite as your primary light and how to build the rest of your setup around that, showing how the movement of light can affect the results.
Live Demo III: Compromised Situations

Live Demo III: Compromised Situations

in this live demonstration Bob takes us through a couple's engagement shoot, showing how he gets results in less-than-ideal lighting situations both indoors and out.
Live Demo IV: Bringing a Space to Life

Live Demo IV: Bringing a Space to Life

In Gary, Indiana Bob takes us through a photo session in an abandoned theatre, covering how to use lighting to create a 'mood' and have a space come to life for dramatic and stunning results.
Live Demo V: Wedding Preparation

Live Demo V: Wedding Preparation

In the last two episodes of the series, Bob combines all the lessons of the course as we join him though an entire wedding shoot. Starting with a thorough walkthrough of his preparation, we then join him as he documents the early events of the...Show More
Live Demo VI: Shooting an Entire Wedding

Live Demo VI: Shooting an Entire Wedding

Wrapping up the 'What the Flash?' series, Bob combines all the techniques from previous modules on a real client's wedding shoot, allowing you to see it come to life before stepping through his post-even workflow.