The Rogue Master Lighting Kit offers photographers enormous potential for bouncing, focusing or even changing the color temperature of light. So is this the best flash modifier for photographers? Find out in our Rogue Master Lighting Kit review.
In the past we’ve showed you how to diffuse flash with foam and other materials… but let’s face it, these can look a bit unsightly. In our latest DIY Photography Hacks post we’ll show you how to use an empty milk carton as a more compact diffuser to soften pop-up flash.
Find out how to transform your outdoor portrait photography using these simple off-camera lighting techniques for making flash portraits everyone will love.
TTL? Rear Curtain Sync? Guide Number? All the flash photography basics you need to know are right here, as we answer all the common questions to all the common problems photographers have about using flash, as well as share some of our best flash photography tips.
The final instalment in our Shoot Like A Pro series on improving your flash photography takes a look at the creative side of using flash. In this tutorial we’ll explain how to use multiple flashguns to add depth and style to your pictures.
Want to boost your chances of achieving a polished, professional look? Our latest DIY Photography Hacks post shows you how to make two simple, yet versatile, lighting accessories from common kitchen items.
In our latest Shoot Like A Pro series post on flash photography we explore how to use off-camera flash and suggest several different easy flash set-ups and illustrate their effects in a free to download photography cheat sheet.
In our latest Shoot Like A Pro post on flash photography we explore some of the ways to diffuse light from your flashgun to make it less harsh and more flattering for skin tones.
In our latest instalment of our Shoot Like a Pro series on flash photography learn how to master the art of rear curtain flash photography and improve your action photography in an instant.
In our latest DIY Photography Hacks post we show you how to re-use your candy wrappers as colour lighting gels for fun, creative camera effects.