In this tutorial we’ll show you a simple way to set up an off-camera flashgun to shoot more dynamic pet portraits. We’ll also explain how to set up a quick home studio for your pet picture, as well as some easy posing tips.
What is TTL flash? In this tutorial we will help you take your first steps into ‘through-the-lens’ flash photography.
In this post we run through some of the most effective techniques for using your external flash unit, the most useful accessories, set-ups and more. We’ve also provided a couple handy flash photography cheat sheets to help illustrate the techniques we’re talking about.
Light modifiers can help you produce professional-level images, but there are a few key things that you need to understand about them.
In this tutorial we show you how to combine a constant light source with an off-camera flashgun and waltz
your way into slow sync flash photography.
This handy guide to continuous studio lighting shows beginners how easy it can be to take great portraits
Photography comes naturally to some people, but most of us need a little practice. Adopting these routines can help.
Many camera and flashgun combinations do a great job of producing images with exposure that’s nicely balanced automatically in a wide range of situations, but if you want to take more creative images or be able to assume control when the automated systems fail, you need to understand how to do the work yourself. Here, we explain how to balance flash with ambient light.
Using flash is the perfect way to capture Christmas portraits in mixed lighting. Use this simple flash technique to take natural-looking family portrait photography this year.
In his series in Digital Camera magazine and Digital Camera World, the legendary Scott Kelby reveals some of the behind-the-scenes secrets of some of his favourite images. This month Scott explains how to add just enough flash to enhance a portrait but retain a natural look. Words and images by Scott Kelby. You can follow Scott… Continue reading