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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 […]

Recreating 1920's Lighting By Mark Rockwood
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Recreating 1920's Lighting By Mark Rockwood

The Lesson: For thirty years, Mark Rockwood has worked as a highly sought-after commercial photographer for local and national accounts that include L.L. Bean and Brookstone. But his fine art photography is a decades-long pilgrimage that explores not only the natural world and man’s relationship to it, but the urban […]

Shooting in Ambient Light
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Shooting in Ambient Light

With the holiday season just around the corner, it is an ideal time to take a look at a few techniques to create better family photos with a minimal investment in time and equipment. An ambient light image shot at high ISO setting, slow shutter speed, to allow the use […]

Panning Photography by Kevin Pepper
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Panning Photography by Kevin Pepper

The skill of panning photography is going to take every ounce of patience you have. While the concept is simple, the execution can go wrong more times than it is successful.

Photographing in the Fog
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Photographing in the Fog

I was on my way into work this morning and the fields and ponds were covered in a veil of fog. The clouds above were pink from the morning sun, the fall colours evident in the trees, and the landscape covered in a layer of white.

DSLR Video Magic! by Michel Roy
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DSLR Video Magic! by Michel Roy

The new digital cameras offer the possibility to shoot video in HD – a fascinating addition to the capabilities of the DSLR concept – and for some people, the best reason to move up to the latest model. At first glance, it seems that DSLR video is as easy as […]

Painting with Light by Kevin Pepper
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Painting with Light by Kevin Pepper

I was exposed to this type of photography many years ago. The photograph I saw did not have a moving flashlight, or a spinning orb like they do today, but it did show the moon trail across the sky.

Discovering Macro Photography
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Discovering Macro Photography

For many years, I focused primarily on the wonderful world of bird and nature photography. It has provided me with countless hours of fun and many memorable photographs.

Gadgets for Outdoor Photographers
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Gadgets for Outdoor Photographers

As Photographers we tend to be a gadget-oriented group. We buy the latest and greatest advertised gadget, accessory, lens or camera with hopes that it will better our craft.