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The Importance of Flagging Your Flash

Neil Van Niekirk uses a black foamy thing. Syl Arena uses his hand. Either way you do it, flagging your on-camera flash to keep the light pointing away from the subject is a key technique to learn. It’s important, obviously, … Continue reading

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Buying New Gear to Make You a Better Photographer

You know how everyone talks about how gear isn’t the only thing? I think that mantra has become so overstated that it leaves out the things that new gear CAN give you. Take this, for example, originally posted at VariousAndSundry.com … Continue reading

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ZebraFlash TTL Cord

Based on Syl Arena‘s recommendation, I picked up the ZebraFlash TTL cord for my Canon.  It’s a monster 24 foot cable that plugs into the hot shoe of my camera on one end, and acts as the hot shoe for … Continue reading

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Around the Web, 13 January 2011

Terry White explains his storage set-up, including his backup strategy. This immediately made me feel guilty for the mess my files are in right now, and how badly they need to be cleaned up. Using long lenses for landscapes. Beautiful … Continue reading

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