Flash Photography Week

This upcoming week (the week of the 6th of December, 2010), I am planning to write a bunch of articles on flash photography – basically everything from using your on-camera pop-up flash, to using speedlights for both on-camera and off-camera flash photography. Part 1 for some basics on TTL and various sync modes is almost ready and will be published tomorrow. Part 2 will be for using your pop-up flash to control other speedlights, specifically for Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS). Other articles and videos later this week will be for using speedlights both on-camera and off-camera for indoors and outdoors portraiture.

Stay tuned!


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is a professional photographer based out of Denver, Colorado. He is the author and founder of Photography Life, along with a number of other online resources. Read more about Nasim here.

Comments

  1. 1
    ) kez

    It’s like you read my mind! I’ve been needing to be more efficient with my sb600s, really looking forward the upcoming articles!

  2. 2
    ) Mon Montero

    Thanks Nasim..me also i have sb600, i can use it, but i don’t know some other option on this speedlight, i want to learn more about low key and high key photography because i don’t know how to create them. maybe this upcoming flash photography articles will help me a lot..thanks again Nasim..

    • Mon, the article has been posted here. In my upcoming articles, I will teach you how to use the SB-600 in various situations both indoors and outdoors.

  3. Thanks! I have been thinking about to buy a Nikon Flash but I dont really know which are the main differences betweeen them. I look forward your articles.

    • Liliana, you are most welcome! The first flash photography article has been posted here.

  4. 7
    ) Diane Burchfield Johnson

    I have SB 800 and SB 900 Flash.. :)

    • Diane, in that case, you will find the videos very helpful, because I will be using SB-800 and SB-900 a lot.

  5. 8
    ) Michel

    Thank You Nasim for your work and commitment.

    Michel

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