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FREE LIVE VIDEO SEMINAR – October 16, 1pm EDT Learning to control an off-camera flash can be intimidating. But have no fear! We’ll show you how easy it is to produce natural-looking results when adding flash to ambient light. This … Continue reading
Jean Sinotte of Studio Fotomode in Quebec City was a longtime user of the Sekonic L-358 light meter. Although Sinotte used the meter with the optional radio flash triggering, what he really longed for was the ability to regulate the … Continue reading
Live VIDEO Webinar Creating a safe and professional portable lighting kit can help you capture beautiful portraits in practically any location. For photographers operating from their home and want to expand their business by offering clients on-location or in-home portraits, … Continue reading