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Simple Product Setup Using Two Speedlights

So, we are in the middle of Covid-19 lockdown. The kids are running riot, and I’m all out of duct tape. The wallpaper hasn’t changed in the last hour, and my slippers are wearing thin from all the pacing up and down. Talking of wearing thin, my Mrs.’ patience is pretty much getting the same way due to the aforementioned pacing and grinding of teeth.

Simple Product Setup Using Two Speedlights2022-02-12T15:33:39+00:00

Review – Quadralite Reporter 200 (Godox AD200)

My location kit consists of high powered battery strobes. That said, I do tend to pack half a dozen speedlights for fill and the like, and it’s surprising what you can get out of a speedlight when needs must. Now, considering my location kit is “mature”, and does everything I need, it doesn’t stop me casting a sidelong glance at some of the gear that

Review – Quadralite Reporter 200 (Godox AD200)2020-10-19T17:22:10+01:00

Using Speedlights to Maximum Effect for OCF

This is OCF (off camera flash) at it’s cheapest, along with the use of some basic rules and techniques. Seeing as sunsets tend to be in short supply in the UK, I try and make the most of any sunset that coincides with an event I’m photographing, and this particular wedding at Murrayshall House in Perth, Scotland, was one such event.

Using Speedlights to Maximum Effect for OCF2020-10-19T17:22:54+01:00

Wedding Photography at Eaves Hall

Eaves Hall is a fascinating wedding venue, with lovely architecture and little hideaway places that are great fun for couples wanting photography that’s distinctly different. In the grounds, you will find a lovely stone built gazebo. It photographs beautifully, and with a little added light, the backdrop of greenery really comes alive.

Wedding Photography at Eaves Hall2020-10-19T17:23:03+01:00
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