Last week I assisted in the delivery of a fantastic Wedding Photography workshop hosted by the talented James Davies Photography. The chosen venue for the day was the Stunning Rossington Hall near Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
The day focused on being creative with available light and using locations around the property along with the introduction of Off Camera Flash (OCF) techniques to capture the ambience of the venue with our model bride & groom.
The 10 delegates assembled for early introductions, aided by the beautiful pastries with tea & coffee supplied by the venue, and then it was straight into the nitty gritty of how James achieves his images.
Having worked with James on numerous weddings and other photography assignments, I understand the way he works and his approach to achieving his images, but its the way he delivers his theoretical knowledge on his courses in an easy to understand manner that demystifies the technicalities of working with OCF.
Below you can find some ‘behind the scenes’ images which i took, along with examples of images i managed to grab along the way showing what can be achieved.
Throughout the day, all these images were taken on my trusty Fuji X system cameras which i use throughout my wedding & commercial photography and you can find many more examples of my work on my website.
If your a photographer looking to either enhance your photography, or what i’ve shown you here is of particular interest please do get in touch. James runs numerous courses throughout the year and I’m sure he’d be delighted to have you join him on the next one.