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Speedlight Diffusers

February 28, 2012 | Admin

Studio Strobes are awesome. Though they sometimes lack the portability of the Speedlights. The drawback of speedlights is that the light source is pretty small. Read More

The Inverse Square Law…yes…it’s important!

February 28, 2012 | Admin

The what? The who?

Yes the Inverse Square Law is a neccessity if you’re diving into the world of Manual Flash. Read More

Video: Want to Capture Better Headshots?

February 28, 2012 | Admin

Watch this video from F-Stoppers & Peter Hurley!

This is a 20 minute sample of the 4 HOUR DVD that will give you an idea of how Peter Hurley creates his incredible headshots!

Are there any particular techniques you use? We’d love to hear about them! Comment below!

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Colour Management…Do YOU Do it?

February 28, 2012 | Admin

So, you sent images off to the lab and they came back looking WAY different than what was on your screen before you sent them.  Don’t let that happen again!   Read More

Levitation Photography

February 27, 2012 | Admin

Levitation Photography is enjoying record popularity in recent times thanks to artists like Brooke Shaden (most notably) as well as many other talented digital artists.

Levitation involves the process of digital compositing. and the end result, as our friend Merek Davis has produced, can be outstanding indeed. Read More

TTL…a.k.a. “Ninja Flash”

February 26, 2012 | Admin

TTL, or “through the lens metering”, is a method that is used by modern DSLR cameras to control both onboard and external flash units and create a correct exposure.  It uses a pre-flash to allow the camera to meter the scene, then generates the main or exposure flash to actually expose the image. The pre-flash happens so fast, that its invisible to both photographer and subject, but it is what determines the exposure. Read More

Repeating (Stroboscopic) Flash

February 14, 2012 | Admin

Joe McNally is one of our heroes at and he made an awesome video covering an advanced flash technique on Stroboscopic or Repeating Flash.

It’s about 12 minutes long and hopefully will unlock your mind as to the creative possibilities afforded by off camera flash.

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Get Gelled

February 14, 2012 | Admin

Michael Sweeney

A big thanks to Michael Sweeney for his contribution here.

Michael is not only an outstanding photographer, webmaster, general fix everything, anytime AND an outstanding father, but he’s a good friend.

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The Brenizer Method

February 14, 2012 | Admin

I can hear you now…Huh? The What?

Wedding Photographer, Ryan Brenizer developed this method of image capture to mimick the look of medium format portraiture using his DSLR and a medium telephoto lens. (i.e. an 85mm)

We found an article that explains the process for creating these masterpieces that should get you off to a good start.

Click here for an explanation of the technique!

Check out Ryan Brenizer’s website here!

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Joe McNally shows you how to hold a camera

February 14, 2012 | Admin

Joe McNally is one of our heros at and he made an awesome video covering the incredibly important topic of how to properly support the camera while making images.

This is about the best 7:31 you will spend on the topic of Image Capture.

Visit Joe’s website for some outstanding imagery.

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