Introduction to outdoor off camera flash exposure2017-05-29T16:22:23+00:00

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Shooting outside with off-camera flash requires a little more thought than when shooting inside. With off camera flash exposure indoors, you usually (but not always) want to avoid including any of the tungsten or fluorescent ambient light, outdoors you usually want to balance the ambient light with that of the flash.

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  1. Mark Lanyon June 23, 2016 at 11:13 pm

    How do you manage if you can’t wait till later in the day, and you can’t move the flash off the hotshoe due to location and time. i.e 30 motorsport grid girls to be photographed in 5 minutes before the start of a race.

    • Bernie June 24, 2016 at 9:45 am

      Hi Mark, thanks for the question, I’m on holiday with limited wi-fi, but will respond shortly

    • Bernie June 25, 2016 at 10:07 am

      Hi Mark,

      Do you mean you are taking 30 girls in the same shot, or are you taking them individually?

      Cheers, Bernie

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