Leica SL2 Owners Workshop (Part 2) -Online- October 17th, 2021
Leica SL2 Owners Workshop: (Part 2) Online – October 17th, 2021
10:00am – 2:30pm (PST) / 1pm – 5:30pm (EST)
(Please note the Pacific Start Time)
Location: This workshop will be conducted via the online ZOOM Video chat platform.
About: Join Los Angeles based photographer Joey Carman, Leica Product Specialist Ray Olson, as they guide you through the process of using your SL2 at an intermediate/advanced level. This is Part 2 of a 3 Part Series featuring the SL2 system. This intermediate/advanced paced course will take owners into deeper discussion of the SL2 and using it in various shooting environments.
The workshop will take users deeper into their SL2, getting the most out of the system to their needs. This workshop is designed for professionals or power users who have not quite fully adapted to fully using their Leica SL2. Carman will be introducing students to the Leica SF-60 & SF-C1 flash system as well using single and multiple wireless flash units. The workshop will also be taking a tour into the use of Capture One 21 and it’s tehtering capabilities with the SL2.
- Deep diving into customizing user profiles & function buttons
- Tethering the SL2 into Capture One 21 & basic intro into Capture One interface.
- Tethering the SL2 into Adobe Lightroom
- Focusing using M/R lenses & advanced focusing features (tracking)
- Demonstration & lecture using the camera in different photographic situations
- Introduction to using the SF 60 & SF C1 Commander & Remote Flash System
- Adapting to the Leica SL2 from another system
Who should take this workshop?
Current SL2 Owners intermediate to advanced levels and anyone interested in learning the SL2 with components beyond the camera system, will benefit from this program. This class will benefit both professionals and Leica SL enthusiasts who have acquired an SL2, and in transition trying to “cross over” from their previous or current camera system. Joey’s personal journey & workflow from switching to the SL family in his professional workflow will help others who may be in the same position he was in when he first started with his SL.
New owners of the SF-60 & SF-C1 system will also benefit from the workshop as Joey will be discussing ways to modify and optimize the lights for various uses and setups.
Requirements/pre-requisites: This is an intermediate/advanced paced course. Students must have a solid understanding of photographic terminology & dialogue, fundamentals & the ability to demonstrate navigating through the SL2 system confidently on their own. We recommend attending the SL2 Owners (Part 1) course if you are new to the SL and professional camera systems in general .
Students must have ZOOM installed and running properly on their computer before the class day. Installation & operation videos are available online through the zoom website.
Having an SF-60 & SF-C1 not required, but it may help if you have questions regarding your flash unit.
Part 3 of the series, coming later this year, will be focused on the “video” segment of the SL2 and newest member of the SL family, the SL2-S.
About the instructor(s):
Joey Carman’s photographic career has crossed the United States from NYC to LA and beyond. He started his career in front of the lens as a model touring Europe, moving around the globe and finally settling down in New York City. He began his photography career covering fashion from behind the lens, discovering that this is where his passion truly lies.
Joey resides in Los Angeles with his wife and their two children. He owns and operates Joey Carman Photography, Inc. and Design, in Los Angeles, a full-service studio that crosses many photographic genres including rock and roll, fashion, commercial, landscape, product, digital compositing, family and wedding photography.
He has a vast client list, photographing for companies such as: ABC, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Buena Vista Pictures, Coldwell Banker, Restoration Hardware, Rodeo Realty, Sony, The Walt Disney Company, Thrifty Hunter Magazine, US Weekly, W Magazine, Warner Brothers, Westlake Magazine, Wilhelmina, DOPE Magazine, Elite Models, Fairchild’s Publications, Ford Models, Gibson Guitars, Gold’s Gym, Hollywood Records, Lakeshore Entertainment, Martha Stewart Weddings, McDonald’s Corporation, Newsweek Magazine, Paramount Pictures, and more.
Ray Olson is the West Coast Product Specialist for Leica Camera. Ray has an extensive background in photographing music performance and as a studio and studio on location portrait photographer. His camera work in the past, utilized 35mm, medium and large format systems. These images have graced the covers of music magazines, album art, tour books and musical instrument advertising campaigns. In addition, he has taught seminars and classes on Studio Lighting, Lighting on Location, Color Management and Camera Technique for both film and digital capture platforms.
He has a strong history in both the retail and wholesale sides of the Photographic Industry.
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