Learn Flash Photography In Mitchell, AU

Dan Eitreim

July 28, 2016

Flash Photography


Becoming Great At “Flash Photography” in Mitchell

Learn To Squeeze The Most Out Of Your On-Camera Flash!

Here’s an ebook, “Flash Photography”, that’s been created with the hobbyist photo shooter in mind! No techie mumbo-jumbo!

In spite of all you’ve been told, your Speedlight style flash is able to give you photography you’ve never dreamed you’d be able to shoot! IF – YOU – KNOW how to get the maximum out of it!

Do YOU understand EXACTLY what to do – and how to do it? Are you absolutely positive?

“Flash Photography” is easy to read – and more important – it is easy to understand. This ebook burrows down into teaching you all the “need to know” techniques for creating outstanding photographs using an on-camera flash unit, AND most of the pitfalls to stay away from!

FINALLY you’ll be able to get the utmost from your on-camera. You will understand how to switch it off automatic and make it do your creative bidding! More important – you’ll discover how to stay away from the standard mistakes that even the pros make!

Learn what “front curtain sync” is and how it can 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 a Speedlight at HIGHER THAN the maximum sync speed (as well as what maximum sync speed means).

Learn why it is vital to use the flash unit – even if you are working outside in the high noon sun.

That isn’t everything that is covered! If you want to learn flash photography in Mitchell, you have come to the right place!

Find out “feathering” your light is and how feathering is able to improve your pictures! How to diffuse your flash and make it bigger. You will learn what bouncing the flash means and why you would want to! Solving red eye problems, how to create a three light portrait set using a Speedlight and a few reflectors. Learn about slave and master flash units. 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.

Are you interested in taking a look at my brand new e-book – “Flash Photography”? I’ve got some good news for you – today you can get an absolutely free preview. There is no opt in or payment needed – click the link and check it out! Find out the easy ways to get the most from your flash in Mitchell!



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