Top Canadian Photographer and Photo Coach Michael Willems shares his secrets, with a new post every day.
Monthly Archives: May 2011
To those of you who are new on speedlighter.ca – this daily blog (yes, I write every day) is your resource for photography knowledge – and very often, speedlight knowledge. Speedlights, as you know, are small flashes, and as you … Continue reading
If you are a photographer, you will need to use a light meter sooner or later. Like in studios, when shooting flash, or when shooting outdoors in mixed light. Or for when you want it accurate. Light meters, like my … Continue reading
When you are using a speedlight (such as a Nikon SB-800, say, or a Canon 430EX) and firing it in manual mode by using a Pocketwizard, there is one problem I see a lot. Namely: after a few minutes, the … Continue reading
An event shoot the other night prompts me to point out how important it is to bounce your flash into the right place. When you shoot an event, you: Set your camera to a good starting point: Manual mode, 400 … Continue reading