Using Flash in Portrait Photography
Many photographers do not value the uses of a flash in portrait photography. Many photographers, including myself, do not like to use a flash as the primary light source. However, Flash is a perfect asset as the secondary source of light.
Flash is very intimidating, and using Flash in portrait photography is a challenge. Omnilargess Portrait Photography class targets many challenges in-depth, including using a Flash in portrait as fill-light or main-light.
Shandi Adam is a talented photographer. She took the portrait photography workshop to improve her skills in portraiture.
She has a flash but never used it before and thought flash photography was very puzzling.
I want to thank Shandi for participating in this class and for her feedback. Shandi Adam copyrights all the images in this post. Here is her testimony:
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Ted and the Omnilargess Team