If you are into high speed flash photography, knowing the duration of the flash burst at different power levels is vital to create a setup that will freeze the action of your chosen subject. I found on this blog an
In this tutorial we are going to see how, step-by-step, we can build an image using the AC3 controller. Using the different channels we will be able to setup and enable each light independently, fine tune the light output in
Leen, originally uploaded by Gerard Maas. This was an experiment with backlight in an old WW2 bunker (‘Fort V’ – Edegem, Belgium). I had this idea since a long time and Leen had the perfect dress to make it work.
I found this image lost in my archives and thought it would be good to share it. I added some explanation to help digesting it :-). I think it helps to understand how high speed sync flash works. The initial
Speedlites can be used with a variety of modifiers to achieve professional results. In this home studio setup, we used an Ezybox and an Umbrella box, both from Lastolite, to transform the harsh light of the speedlites into soft illumination
Nature is a wonderful source of curious subjects. In this case, it was a pristine cicada cocoon hanging on the trunk of a tree. Being under a tree meant no direct light at all, so here is where speedlites come
Sometimes you have to go wild. I got asked to take pictures in this corporate party for the company I was working for at the time. You know how every body shies away in these occasions, so to get the
As nobody seems to guess what I’d like for Christmas, this year I put a little box under the tree with my name on it. It contained the new Viewfinder Photography’s Speedlight Kit. This kit comprises a set of light