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Learn Flash Photography In Bymount, AU

Dan Eitreim

July 31, 2016

Flash Photography

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Mastering The Art Of “Flash Photography” in Bymount

Easy Ways To Squeeze The Best Shots Out Of Your On-Camera Flash!

Here’s an e-book, “Flash Photography”, that’s been created with the newbie shooter in mind! No geek talk here!

Despite all you have heard, your Speedlight style flash unit can give you photography you’ve never imagined you’d be able to create! IF – YOU – UNDERSTAND the secrets for getting the maximum out of it!

Do YOU know EXACTLY how to employ a flash to the max? Are you absolutely sure?

“Flash Photography” is easy to read – and more vital – it’s simple to comprehend. This ebook burrows down into teaching you all the “must know” pointers on how to create stunning photographs using a Speedlight flash, PLUS some of the pitfalls to avoid!

AT Last you will be able to squeeze the utmost from your Speedlight. You will understand how to take your flash off automatic and force it to do your creative bidding! Most vital – you’ll learn how to stay away from the standard errors that even the pros make!

Discover what “front curtain sync” is and why it could ruin a photo (or not)! Find out what “rear curtain sync” means and the reasons why you should care.

Find out how you are able employ the Speedlight at FASTER THAN the max sync speed (as well as what max sync speed means).

Learn why it is important to work with your flash unit – even if you are shooting outside in the high noon sun.

AND there’s more! A lot more!! When you want to learn flash photography in Bymount, you have discovered the right place!

Find out “feathering” the light is and the way feathering can add a lot to your photographs! How to diffuse the flash and make it bigger. You will learn what bouncing the light means and why you should bother! Solving red eye problems, how to make a three light portrait set using a Speedlight and some reflectors. Learn about slave and master flash units. How to create vignettes with your flash. What it means to “drag the shutter” and how to do it! Make your flash a fill light by balancing ambient light with the flash.

Are you interested in checking out my brand new ebook – “Flash Photography”? I’ve got some terrific news for you – right now you’ll be able to get a completely free preview. There is no opting in or credit card required – click the link and get yours right now! Find out how easy it is to get the maximum from your flash in Bymount!

FREE PREVIEW!

http://BetterPhotos101.com/Preview.pdf

Flash Photography

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