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New Elinchrom Skyport | 20 Channels, 1/8000 Sync, Easy Controls
This speed sync is no longer the reserve of small strobes, or really really expensive ones. This looks like a winner.
Dramatic Beauty Portrait With the Sony A7II | How We Shot It
I recently started shooting studio portraits with a shallow depth of field using my new Sony A7II camera. Read on as I explain the details of how I created this image.
The One Light Portrait Challenge | Are You Overcomplicating Your Lighting Setup?
How many lights does it take to create a great, pro quality image? In my early career my answer was “as many as I can get.” But I changed my mind.
Photigy: Starting in Studio Photography With Speedlites Course (Bundle Parts 1-3) Review
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DIY Diffusion Panels: How To Make A Good One For $30
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Starting Out in Wedding Photography | John Solano Interview Part 2
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The Beautiful Lie: The Process of Product Photography for Advertising
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