Posts Tagged 'TTL fill flash photography workshop'

Flash Photography workshop

Flash Photography Workshop.

Flash photography techniques for beginners to intermediates

Flash photography is totally different from ambient light photography. There are several variables in flash photography that you should apply to achieve the best result. For example:  in flash photography you capture the light in a fraction of a second, therefore shutter speed does not play a big role in your exposure.

This is a 2 part workshop which covers the most popular and useful techniques for indoor flash ...

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Flash Photography

Why Flash Photography is different?

Yes, in fact Flash photography is very different from constant light photography. Does it mean that you should not try Flash photography? Absolutely not! You should enjoy your photography and when you add Flash photography techniques you will discover more fun and creativity.

I know that there are lots of terminologies in flash photography, that some of the techniques are not easy to understand, that so many photographers think that flash ruins their photos, and ...

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New Flash Photography workshop

Flash Photography workshop ~ Lower Mainland

Indoor Flash Photography Workshop.

Just in time for your Winter photography.

“Flash photography can be very creative, when you know how to use the power of your flash or strobe.”

This is usually my opening sentence for Flash Photography and studio lighting workshops.

Most of us don’t take many pictures during winter time. Why is that? Is it because it is cold and wet? Yes that’s partially true. But usually it is because ...

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Slow Shutter Synch Flash

Slow Shutter Synch Flash 

Flash Photography Techniques 

I wrote about Flash Photography High Speed Synch before, but creativity in flash photography doesn’t stop there. There are many other features and skills which can take your flash photography knowledge to the next level. One of the most important features is Slow Synch, when you choose a slower shutter speed and flash to create special effects in your photos. There are several reasons for using slow synch, for instance ...

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Indoor Flash Photography Techniques

Indoor Flash Photography Techniques workshop

Flash Photography can be more fun when you learn the techniques!

Our Indoor Flash Photography workshop is scheduled for October 29 and 31. 

“I don’t like the effect of flash in my photos. I prefer natural light over flash photography!”

This is a very common response whenever I ask: “Why didn’t you use a flash?”

I also don’t like the harshness of direct flash in photos because shadows are often very deep with areas of hot ...

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Flash Photography Techniques Fraser Valley

Flash Photography Techniques that will save the day!

Did you know that Flash Photography techniques are very easy to learn?

After all, photography is all about using light, and is sometimes referred to as painting with light!

Shooting under natural light is totally different from using artificial lights. Over a series of articles I am going to discuss some very basic plans and then go on to explain more complex lighting set ups.

First I want to thank www.strobox.com for ...

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Photo Tip Friday

Photo Tip Friday November 1

High Speed Flash Synch

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What is High Speed Flash Synch?

All cameras have a Synch speed, which means that you can capture an image using a flash up to certain shutter speed and you cannot pass that speed, usually around 1/125s to 1/250s. Using a TTL flash allows you to pass the set synch speed of your camera and shoot the photo at any shutter speed, even ...

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Vancouver Flash Photography class

Vancouver Flash Photography Workshop 130

Learn how to use a flash for better pictures

Flash photography is totally different from ambient light photography. There are several variables in flash photography that you should apply to achieve the best result. For example:  in flash photography you capture the light in a fraction of a second, therefore shutter speed does not play a big role in your exposure.

Are you looking to be more creative with indoor photography and ...

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