Flash Workshop

How to Light Your Subject


*Early Bird Special*

– Want to take control of your light?

Learn how to do so in a few easy steps. You will be guided though how to light your subject step-by-step, from key to fill, with studio lights as well as with speed-lights.

At the end of this 3.5 hour long class you will be confident in how to approach the light in your next photo shoot and your will know what to look for. This class is about taking control of your light, achieving those powerfully lit images and bring your photography to a completely new level, all this with simply good quality light!

Learn How:

  • Step-By-Step; How to Find Your Exposure
  • Light -Character -Contrast -Angle
  • Standard Light Set-ups
  • Sync Multiple Flashes
  • Second Curtain Sync
  • High-Sync Speed
  • The Zone-System
  • Light Modifiers
  • Colour Gels
  • Fill Light
  • Tips & Tricks
  • and Much More!

Spots are strictly limited to 8 so be quick, to ensure your slot.

Please see bellow for more info and upcoming dates. 

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You will get to try different lighting technics on a professional model, as well as learn how to identify how other photographers have lit their photos.

You will be introduced to basic camera and photography language terms, basic posing , tips and tricks of what to look out for.

What do I need?

Pen and paper, feel free to bring your own camera on the day – and a big smile 🙂

Hit the shopping trolly bellow to join this great class for the discounted online price of $99.

Thanks Ida for giving such a useful tips on how to control DSLR in manual mode. I had no clue how that works by the end of my first lesson I have already gained very useful tips on how to control shutter speed/aperture and ISO and other useful tips. I must say her knowledge and experience in photography is quite vast. She also gave me very useful advise to buy my DSLR camera. I would highly recommend Ida to those who wants to learn more about DSLR and improved photography. – Shalz


Ida Larsson is a talented photographer, with the eye of an artist, and has a formidable depth and breadth of knowledge of photography. Among her activities is teaching, to which activity she brings a positive personality and a deft and successful approach to giving each student what they need and want. She owns the “White Lynx” Photo Studio, which includes a photography school. Details can be seen on the web site. The whole course was modified in response to my needs. I can certainly recommend the course to you, because Ida has ample expertise to tailor it to your very own needs. – Bruce Calvert