There’s a lot of misconceptions and myths about using flash. That it’s too hard or too expensive. In this article by Piet Van den Eynde, he will bust those myths and give you some tips to make flash easier for you to try.
Working with Flash – How to Use Bounce Flash for Better Photos. If you have to use your regular flash on-camera but want to take better photos of people, this tutorial will help you understand why and how to bounce your flash to get better, more pleasing results.
In this article wedding photographer and my co-instructor for the new course “Portrait Lighting on Location” shows you how to create a dramatic night portrait using off-camera flash, balanced with the ambient or natural light.
If you’ve struggled with using flash, gotten results you are less than pleased with, or just aren’t sure when to use it and how, this article will be very helpful! I will cover: how and when to use off camera flash for outdoor portraits; quality of light; why off camera and more. Included are sample portraits, lighting diagrams, and exposure information as well as equipment suggestions. Don’t miss this epic article on this much requested topic!
A review of “Making Light An Introduction to Off-Camera Flash” by Piet Van den Eynde, published through Craft & Vision. A beginners guide to improving your flash photography using off camera flash. What photography equipment to buy (and why), how to set it up and some examples of the resulting images created with this technique. Target market reader is the beginner photographer who wants to learn more about flash photography technique.