Turn Any Boring Background Into A Creative Portrait Using a Gel and Two Flashes
We’re going to show you how to take a gel and two flashes to turn any ordinary backdrop and create a creative portrait.
Speedlight VS Strobe | Does A More Expensive Kit Produce A Better Image?
You CAN take a great image on your budget
Flashpoint TTL Speedlights Now Available For Pre-Order For Fuji And Olympus
Just last week we reported a workaround for Fuji shooters to use Godox/Flashpoint strobes with TTL and HSS and today…
Which Is Better? Strobes Vs Speedlights For Product Photography
Choosing the correct light is essential for a product photographer. In this article, I discuss whether one can use the far far cheaper speedlight or if we must be stuck using only the most expensive strobes.
PowerSync 16-80 Digital Transceiver Review | Impact Does Good On Their Name
When a company is trying to stake out sure footing as a contender in a market dominated by one, we, the users reap the benefit.
Panlight |A Remote Control Off Camera Flash Assistant
The Panlight is a new remote controlled panning and tilting head that can be attached to a light stand, allowing you to mount a speedlight or mirrorless camera to it and control it via a remote.
Simple Three Speedlight Set Up For Fashion Portraits With Zach Gray
Learn how to use multiple speedlights on location to give your fashion images a professional look!
Time to Break Out Your Speedlights | Advanced Lighting With Joe McNally
See how Joe McNally uses four speedlights to create an edgy action portrait!
How to Shoot a Great Portrait in Direct Sunlight Using Speedlights
This awesome video tutorial comes from the folks of The Slanted Lens. Jay P. Morgan will show you how he put together a shoot for a world famous trick roper. He created two different looks; For the first look he froze the motion of the rope, for the second look he blurred the rope by dragging his shutter speed. He further lit his subject with a speedlight in a portable Photoflex softbox.
Yongnuo 600-RT Clone Could Be Released in October
Canon’s new 600-RT speedlights are great, they combine Canon reliability with built in radio triggering. Unfortunately, they are also extremely expensive when compared to budget speedlights paired with radio triggers.