Flash photo master McNally shares lighting suggestions in Nikon video series

Well, this is a time cameras can almost capture everything in the dark, and therefore, the job of introducing light to a scene is less appreciated. When the student is all set to reject that ISO dial, the teacher would appear. Recently, Nikon uploaded the 2nd in a series of photo lighting classes with flash photography master and brand ambassador Joe McNally.
In this installment, McNally gives some suggestions regarding how to make the most of a studio time with limited lighting instruments just 2 a diffuser and Speedlights, in this case. As a workaround, he takes the on-board flash trigger a 2nd flash, placed behind a diffusor closer to the model. The ensuing light looks like it arrives from a soft box, which is not bad for 2 portable, small, battery-powered lights, as well as what costs to a fancy bed sheet.
Meanwhile, RiverArts has announced the name of the winners of the twelfth Annual Judged Photography Show. Steve Gottlieb, the judge of Horizons Photography, visited with the photographers as well as offered personalized remarks regarding their entries at First Friday on 4th April. Ed Blake, the curator, presented the awards.
Lutherville Jon Meyer won 1st spot for his scene Chesapeake from Matapeake II. 2nd spot was handed to Queen Anne’s Diane Blake for her white and black Poker and Politics, clicked on a Portugal trip. Chestertown‘s Paul Bramble took the 3rd position for hi snap Working Block.

Well, this is a time cameras can almost capture everything in the dark, and therefore, the job of introducing light to a scene is less appreciated. When the student is all set to reject that ISO dial, the teacher would appear. Recently, Nikon uploaded the 2nd in a series of photo lighting classes with flash photography master and brand ambassador Joe McNally.

In this installment, McNally gives some suggestions regarding how to make the most of a studio time with limited lighting instruments just 2 a diffuser and Speedlights, in this case. As a workaround, he takes the on-board flash trigger a 2nd flash, placed behind a diffusor closer to the model. The ensuing light looks like it arrives from a soft box, which is not bad for 2 portable, small, battery-powered lights, as well as what costs to a fancy bed sheet.

Meanwhile, RiverArts has announced the name of the winners of the twelfth Annual Judged Photography Show. Steve Gottlieb, the judge of Horizons Photography, visited with the photographers as well as offered personalized remarks regarding their entries at First Friday on 4th April. Ed Blake, the curator, presented the awards.

Lutherville Jon Meyer won 1st spot for his scene Chesapeake from Matapeake II. 2nd spot was handed to Queen Anne’s Diane Blake for her white and black Poker and Politics, clicked on a Portugal trip. Chestertown‘s Paul Bramble took the 3rd position for hi snap Working Block.

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