In this example, Gary Fong is using the Nikon D-SLR Flash and an SB900.
This includes a button-by-button, menu-by-menu explanation including hardware requirements of how to shoot with outdoor fill flash, and includes a comparison between available light, Lightsphere, and Studio Umbrella flash.
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Just in time for the holidays! Gary Fong, a longtime professional photographer, teaches how to take photographs in front of the family Christmas tree with the digital SLR. The mean reason that the photos come out so dark is because you are shooting in a very low light situation indoors. Without a tripod, you have blur. But even with a tripod, your people might move and become blurred.
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In this YouTube Video Gary Fong presents a quick guide to understanding f-stops, apertures, and Manual mode shooting on a D-SLR.
In this video tutorial Gary Fong gives tips on posing and focusing when using your DSLR Camera.This is an Interior shoot using a Canon 7D and Off-Camera Flash. He shows how to incorporate backgrounds to create design eliments, and how to overcome the focusing issues with most DSLR’s.
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These kits are specifically grouped for:
The Lightsphere Collapsible Generation Five utilizes the newly designed Speed Mount system which allows photographers to securely attach and switch out modifiers in seconds. Once in place, photographers can rest assured that the Lightsphere Collapsible will stay securely in place, offering an equally tight fit for nearly all flash sizes.
I’m at a wedding shooting with a single speedlight with a Lightsphere Collapsible and an Amberdome. Watch how I turn a cloudy day into a blue sky!
The AmberDome instantly warms photos in cool lighting situations. Great for a variety of lighting situations, including outdoors at dusk or early morning, outdoors in open shade, interiors with tungsten lighting or sunsets with the sun behind the subject.
Gary Fong demonstrates in detail how to light portraiture with two speedlights, one hairlight and one main light. Included in this discussion are - how to trigger off-camera flash, how to mix available light with flash, and how to create dramatic portraiture in unappealing locations, easily.