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Learn “Flash Photography” Basics In Thomas Plain
How To Squeeze The Best Shots Out Of Your Camera’s Flash!
Here’s an e-book, “Flash Photography”, that’s been written with the novice shooter in mind! Learn flash photography basics with no techie mumbo-jumbo!
Despite all you’ve heard, your Speedlight style flash unit can give you photography you have never dreamed you would be capable of shooting! WHEN – YOU – KNOW the secrets for getting the most out of your flash!
Do YOU know EXACTLY how to employ a flash to the max? Are you absolutely positive? Learn flash photography basics and you will be!
“Flash Photography” is easy to read – and more vital – it is simple to understand. This e-book digs into showing you all the “need to know” techniques for creating outstanding photographs using a Speedlight flash unit, AS WELL AS some of the pitfalls to stay away from!
FINALLY you’ll know how to squeeze the most out of your on-camera. You will KNOW how to switch your flash off automatic and force it to do your bidding! Most vital – you’ll discover how to stay away from the picture killing errors that even the professionals make!
Find out what “front curtain sync” is and why it can destroy a photograph (or not)! Discover what “rear curtain sync” is and the reasons why you should use it.
Discover how to use your flash unit at MORE THAN the max sync speed (and what maximum sync speed means).
Discover why it’s important to employ your flash – even if you are shooting outside in the bright sunlight.
That isn’t everything that’s covered! When you want to learn flash photography basic in Thomas Plain, you’ve come to the right place!
Find out “feathering” the light means and how it can add a lot to your photos! How to diffuse your flash and make it bigger. You’ll find out what bouncing the flash means and why you would want to! Eliminating difficulties with red eye, ways to create a three light portrait set using a Speedlight and some reflectors. Learn about master and slave flash units. Ways to create vignettes using only a flash. What it means to “drag the shutter” and how to do it! Create a fill light by balancing flash with the ambient light.
Want to learn flash photography basics in Thomas Plain check out my new e-book – “Flash Photography”!
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