- Setting Commander Mode for your Nikon camera and firing off-camera Speedlights using a pop-up flash.
- Assigning multiple flashes to groups A and B to control from your Nikon camera’s Commander Mode.
- Adjusting your flash channel, illumination pattern, and zoom position. read more…
Welcome to Cool Stuff, a weekly feature where we post our favorite links from the past week, including our favorite articles and how-tos, videos, images and more.
- We rent a lot of fancy video gear, but if you find yourself up at over 13,000 feet needing, for example, a boom or dolly or jib, you might be well-served watching this video from our friend Chase Jarvis on how to improvise when necessary. read more…
Photographer Benjamin Von Wong set out to the Salton Sea with some dart rope and a crew of chance encounters who were excited to make the trek to help out with this dramatic shoot. Check out the spectacular results below!
Luck, Fire, and a Failed Ecosystem
by Von Wong Photography, reprinted with permission.
The Hasselblad H5D40 medium-format digital camera is here, so of course we had to give it a go. We pressed a number of our staffers into service as models, and went through an impromptu portrait session.
Sample images as well as first impressions after the jump.
With our dependence on LCD screens to give us immediate exposure feedback, knowing how to meter light is at risk of quickly become a fading skill. In this guest blog post you will learn how your DSLR meters light and what that means for your photography. This is a great intro for beginners as well as an easy reminder for the more seasoned shooter. read more…