Fotobug - Episode 247- Night Portraits
The Fotobug guys demonstrate how to set up to take portraits at night with speedlight flash units.
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Jim and Fred demonstrate a technique to capture portraits at night in a city using a simple speedlight(s) and extended exposure for the background - night portraits! The Fotobug guys recommend using a honeycomb grid on the flash in order to narrow the beam to prevent too much falloff of the flash to interfere with surrounding ambient lights. They also explain how to set the flash unit in order to try to match the ambient light and how to use filters creatively on the flash. Links to purchase the Rogue flash accessories used in the podcast are listed below.
Rogue Flash Grid system - CLICK HERE
Rogue Flash color filters - CLICK HERE
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