Tag Archives: Flash

Ways to Modify Your Flash for More Controlled Lighting

The post Ways to Modify Your Flash for More Controlled Lighting appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan. Flash can be a confusing addition for many new photographers. But there’s really only one way to … Continue reading

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TTL vs Manual Flash in the Studio

  TTL (Through-the-Lens) makes shooting a breeze. Point the camera at your subject, set the exposure values in-camera and the amount of light hitting your subject is dynamically determined by a pre-flash emitted by your TTL-enabled light before each shot. … Continue reading

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Godox SL60W Review – A Light for Those that Don’t Like Flash

The post Godox SL60W Review – A Light for Those that Don’t Like Flash appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Sean McCormack. The SL60W is a monobloc-style LED continuous light from Godox. Godox is probably more … Continue reading

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Godox X2 Flash Triggers Available for Preorder at B&H

B&H has the Godox X2 2.4G Flash Triggers available for preorder.   The value of a good set of flash triggers is immense. These are very well priced for the features they offer.   Product Highlights   Supports TTL, High-Speed … Continue reading

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Godox TT350 Flash Review – the Little Flash that Can

The post Godox TT350 Flash Review – the Little Flash that Can appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Sean McCormack. Godox – the mighty Chinese brand that’s sweeping the lighting world, bringing fear to long-established premium … Continue reading

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Godox AD200: An Amazing Flash— If You Tweak it a Little

The Godox AD200 has been much written about (and fawned over) for good reason: it's a legit 200ws flash in a near-speedlight form factor that has a lot going for it. At $ 299, as packaged, it's a near-miss. But … Continue reading

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A Beginners Guide to Exposure When Mixing Flash and Continuous Lights

The post A Beginners Guide to Exposure When Mixing Flash and Continuous Lights appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Ana Mireles. Have you ever struggled with high contrast situations? Perhaps you’ve encountered shadows so dark or … Continue reading

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Making the Shot: Your Guide to Creating Stunning High-Speed Splash Photos Without Flash

The post Making the Shot: Your Guide to Creating Stunning High-Speed Splash Photos Without Flash appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Rick Ohnsman. The making of one of my most successful shots started with a little … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Using Manual Mode on Your External Flash

The post What You Need to Know About Using Manual Mode on Your External Flash appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jackie Lamas. When you’re getting started in flash photography, it can seem like your flash … Continue reading

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Wedding Photography: How to Maintain Ambient Background Light by Bouncing Your Flash

Ending soon: only 1 day left for The Flash Photography Guide at 52% Off Weddings, by their nature, have beautiful background scenery. This scenery is carefully planned and set up hours before the big day. For these reasons, you want … Continue reading

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Flash Photography: Taking Photos With vs. Without Flash

Without flash: When taking photos without flash, you’re relying on the image sensor being sensitive enough to capture as much information about the scene as possible, based upon the available light—whether that’s ambient light from the sun, whether the sun … Continue reading

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Photojournalistic Wedding Photography: Flash Techniques

Although most photojournalistic wedding photography shoots are done using ambient light, there are situations when the lighting situation might not be ideal for turning out good pictures. That is why judicious use of an external flash plays an important role … Continue reading

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