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Posted 03/07/19
Wedding photographer JB Salle shares some tips regarding off-camera lighting and how to use strobes effectively. He discusses lighting techniques that mimic the sun when there isn't enough natural light, as well as how to use a reflector to separate the subject from the backdrop. There are a lot of useful nuggets of information in this video, so watch this video! For even more, come back and peruse our comprehensive video library.
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Posted 02/20/19
Watch as Pye Jirsa, co-founder of SLR Lounge, shows us five tips for taking better nighttime portraits. Jirsa covers everything from essential camera settings to advanced flash techniques that will seriously improve your game. Adding just a few of these effects to your tool kit can spark your creativity. For more informative videos covering all aspects of photography, be sure to check out BandH.com.
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Posted 02/06/18
Join legendary photographer and lighting expert Gary Fong as he shows us how to create dramatic lighting effects, anywhere or anytime, using on and off-camera flash and modifiers in conjunction with High-Speed-Sync to completely control, mix, and shape your portrait photography. Among the techniques covered are: how to create blue skies on a cloudy day, how to create dramatic black-and-white portraiture in broad daylight; how to turn an ugly background into a spectacularly dramatic background. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 01/23/18
In this B&H Event Space Video, photographer and Canon Technical Advisor Eric Stoner explores the basics of flash photography, walking you through the process step by step. Knowing when and how to use your flash effectively is essential, and Stoner offers guidance in assessing a scene to determine when a flash is needed. Next, he helps you to understand how to take control using ETTL automatic flash, all while pushing minimal buttons. Stoner also shares tips for making the effects of your flash resemble natural light, so your images don't suffer from deep dark shadows or a blown-out look. After watching, you’ll have the confidence to retrieve your flash from your bag, and to use it to best effect in whatever situation you seek to document.
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