Hi there. It is worth saving up for a either a fast zoom, 70-200mm 2.8L or a fast prime, 85mm 1.2L. Both are great lenses but you might get more use out of the zoom. Hope this helps? Remember that there is focal length magnification with the 60 d as its not full frame so your lenses will shoot longer than they are.
Hi Greg, it was just a multi card holder from HERE, cheers, Brett
Hi Helen, we use a sony & an Epson one. Any projector with an “ansi” over 1500 should be ideal. Check out the cost of replacement bulbs as this can be sometimes quite high! We also use an ACER one at the studio.Take a look here: PROJECTORS
Hi laura, we don’t offer a course on mass for this but I could certainly do a 1-1 with you, please email us at the studio or call on 01706 340792. cheers, Brett
Hi Ken, I will email you direct. We have some courses coming out in a few weeks for next year, studio flash on location is what we specialize in!
Hey James. Thank you very much for the message. So glad you enjoyed the DVD. We packed as much as we could into it for sure!! Hope it continues to be a great source of inspiration for you?
That’s great Gareth. We try and produce things in a way that make it easy to understand. Glad you enjoyed them. Good luck with the wedding!
Cheers Gareth for your feedback! Glad you enjoyed it!
Hi there, thanks for your question about our Speedlight course. We will be looking to finish around 5.30pm. Sometimes we can go on till 6 . Hope this helps? cheers, Brett
Hi Jamie, thanks very much for the feedback on the site. Very much appreciated. We have another training product coming out towards Christmas so watch this space! If you get time to spread the love on the usual social networks that would be great! Cheers, Brett
Glad you enjoyed it Ken, hope it goes on to help you in your own photography and weddings in general, cheers, Brett
Hi Ross, yes we do. We do try and keep the lighting simple using ‘set ups’ that one person could do by themselves. My style is mostly to go against the daylight to make it more dramatic but we do show balancing also. We use simple flash guns and also larger more powerful Elinchrom lights.
A true photographic phenonemon.Brett Harkness is a man in demand