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Updated: 2017-12-18T02:44:51.576-05:00

 



I've done this to provide a splash of light to...

2010-11-08T00:03:15.605-05:00

I've done this to provide a splash of light to accent hair or the outline of a head while the face got the main light. Paper, magazine etc.. all work well but I keep a rectangle piece of white "foamie" in my kit just for this type of thing.



David, looks like some fine tuned your magazine or...

2007-09-26T18:25:00.000-04:00

David, looks like some fine tuned your magazine or paper tool: Honlphoto



How do I meter? I just read the histogram or use c...

2007-09-26T13:10:00.000-04:00

How do I meter? I just read the histogram or use camera "blinkies" to be sure nothing is blown out - very sofisticated technique - but, heck, it works. --David



Thanks, Any flash will work - and I generally just...

2007-09-26T13:07:00.000-04:00

Thanks, Any flash will work - and I generally just wrap a magazine or a few pieces of paper aroung the flash to get the "snoot - tube" shape. Give it a try. --David



Very, very nice. Do you think the same thing could...

2007-09-25T20:06:00.000-04:00

Very, very nice. Do you think the same thing could be done with another light source other than the Quantum T5d? I really appreciate how you're sharing techniques that don't require an elaborate setup in a wedding shoot. I'm eager to do more off-camera flash shooting at my upcoming weddings. I've been too conventional about keeping the flash on the camera. Thanks for your posts. I hope to enroll in one of your classes in the near future.



David,How did you meter this?

2007-09-25T18:27:00.000-04:00

David,
How did you meter this?