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Becoming Great At “Flash Photography” Basics In Stewart Range
Mastering How To Squeeze The Maximum Out Of Your On-Camera Flash!
This is an ebook, “Flash Photography”, that was created with the novice photo shooter in mind! Learn flash photography basics with no techie mumbo-jumbo!
In spite of all you’ve heard, your on-camera flash can give you photography you have never imagined you would be able to shoot! IF – YOU – KNOW how to get the most out of your flash!
Do YOU know PRECISELY how to use a Speedlight to the max? Are you absolutely positive? Learn flash photography basics and you will be!
“Flash Photography” is easy to read – and more important – it is simple to comprehend. This ebook digs into showing you all the “must know” pointers on how to create stunning photographs employing a Speedlight flash unit, AND some of the problems to stay away from!
FINALLY you will be able to squeeze the utmost out of your Speedlight. You’ll KNOW how to take your flash off automatic and make it do your creative bidding! Most important – you will learn how to avoid the standard errors that even the pros make!
Learn what “front curtain sync” is and how it can ruin a photograph (or not)! Find out what “rear curtain sync” means and the reasons why you should use it.
Discover how you can work with your Speedlight at HIGHER THAN the highest sync speed (and what maximum sync speed means).
Discover why it is vital to work with a flash unit – even if you are working outside in the bright sun.
AND there’s more! A lot more!! When you want to learn flash photography basic in Stewart Range, you have come to the right place!
Find out “feathering” your light is and how feathering is able to add a lot to your photos! How to diffuse your light and make it bigger. You’ll find out what bouncing the light means and why you should bother! Eliminating problems with red eye, ways to build a three light portrait set-up using a Speedlight and some reflectors. Learn about slave and master flash units. How you can create vignettes using only a flash. What it means to “drag the shutter” and ways to make it happen! Make your flash a fill light by balancing flash with the ambient light.
Want to learn flash photography basics in Stewart Range check out my new e-book – “Flash Photography”!
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