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TritonFlash Review – Portability
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TritonFlash Review – Portability

The first thing that will strike you about a Photoflex TritonFlash when you first see it is how small it is. I’m probably not alone in saying that as a Photographer I don’t want to carry heavy gear but I also don’t want to compromise my creative capabilities. Up until [...]

TritonFlash Review – Heads & Speedlites
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TritonFlash Review – Heads & Speedlites

Unlike most battery operated lighting systems the TritonFlash behaves more like a monoblock head rather than a pack system. This means that when you plug in each head into the battery the controls for output are on the head itself not on the battery. I prefer this method because I [...]

TritonFlash Review – The Battery
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TritonFlash Review – The Battery

When I first had a chance to get my hands on a Photoflex TritonFlash I was pretty excited because I like shooting outdoors and that had always been a challenge due to the limited power and battery capacity of speedlites. Whenever you’re shooting with speedlites many times you’ll find that [...]

Photoflex TritonFlash Bike Project
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Photoflex TritonFlash Bike Project

Trevor Sherwin brings us along on an adventure through the Don Valley Mountain Bike trails in Toronto, ON. Utilizing the Photoflex TritonFlash kit, Trevor explains the benefits of the system while showcasing some real world lighting setups. Over the next month, we’ll be featuring some blog posts from Photoflex on [...]

Lighting Angular Features with Craig Pulsifer
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Lighting Angular Features with Craig Pulsifer

Lighting is a game of angles – angles of incidence, angles of reflectance – it’s a bank shot on a billiards table where light is the photographer’s cue ball. When it comes to portraits of the follicly challenged, this whole subject of angles can make for a particularly tricky shot; [...]