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Tutorial… “Flash Photography” Basics In Stanley
How To Squeeze The Most Out Of Your On-Camera Flash!
Here’s an e-book, “Flash Photography”, that was written with the amateur shooter in mind! Learn flash photography basics with no geek talk!
Despite all you’ve heard, your Speedlight style flash is able to give you photography you have never imagined you’d be able to create! WHEN – YOU – KNOW the secrets for getting the maximum out of your flash!
Do YOU know PRECISELY what to do – and how to do it? Are you absolutely sure? Learn flash photography basics and you will be!
“Flash Photography” is simple to read – and more vital – it’s easy to understand. This ebook digs into teaching you all the “need to know” techniques for creating outstanding photos using a Speedlight flash unit, PLUS some of the problems to stay away from!
FINALLY you will be able to get the utmost from your Speedlight. You will KNOW how and when to take your flash off automatic and make it do your creative bidding! Most important – you’ll learn how to stay away from the common errors that even the pros make!
Learn what “front curtain sync” is and why it could destroy a photo (or not)! Find out what “rear curtain sync” means and the reasons why you should use it.
Learn how you are able work with your flash unit at HIGHER THAN the fastest sync speed (and what maximum sync speed means).
Learn why it is vital to employ the flash unit – even if you are working outdoors in the high noon sun.
That’s not everything that is covered! When you want to learn flash photography basic in Stanley, you have come to the right place!
Find out “feathering” the light is and how feathering is able to improve your photos! Ways to diffuse the light and make it larger. You will learn what bouncing the light means and why you would want to! Solving difficulties with red eye, ways to make a three light portrait set using a Speedlight and a few reflectors. Learn about master and slave flashes. How to create vignettes using only your Speedlight. What it means to “drag the shutter” and how to do it! Create a fill light by balancing ambient light with the flash.
Want to learn flash photography basics in Stanley take a look at my new e-book – “Flash Photography”!
P.S. I have some good news for you – right now you can get an absolutely free preview (Chapter 1)! There’s no opt in or credit card required – click below and check it out! Find out how easy it is to learn flash photography basics in Stanley!
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