Studio Flash Photography Lesson

Private Photography Lessons in Hong Kong

Skill level



Customized instruction at your pace

Class length

2 hours


Central Location

Unit 602, 15 Queen Victoria Street, Central


The Studio Flash Photography Private Lesson is a 1-on-1 class for photographers looking to learn how to use off-camera lighting with big studio flash and small strobist-style speedlights. The objective of the class will be to understand the characteristics and properties of light by shooting a model with professional studio lighting and a variety of light modifiers – including a beauty dish, softboxes, stripboxes, and umbrellas.

You will have the option to either select a model from our partner model agency or “bring-your-own-model” such as your spouse or child.

Acceptable cameras for the lessons include any digital camera with manual exposure controls (such as a DSLR or any other interchangeable lens or mirrorless system camera) with a hotshoe flash mount on top.

You should take this class if you:

– want to learn how to use flash in a studio setting
– own a flash but don’t know how to use it
– are looking to buy a new flash

You will leave class with:

– a set of studio-quality images from the photoshoot
– an understanding of the differences between small and big flash and various lighting modifiers

– an understanding of how to wirelessly trigger off-camera flash through radio and infrared systems

About the instructor

Born and raised in New York City, Kenneth’s journey with photography began after leaving a 5-year investment banking career. Kenneth founded the Hong Kong Photography Workshop and has taught over 500 students through photography classes, corporate events and international school workshops. Kenneth is a professional wedding, portrait and event photographer based in Hong Kong.


Book your sessions by credit card via PayPal or by bank transfer.

Model Package

HKD 4380

Professional Model from our partner model agency

"BYOM" Package

HKD 2980

Bring-your-own-model (eg. spouse or child)

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