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Category Archives: Lighting

The Inverse Square Law… What??

I actually sat down to write a post on this for all of you who are getting into off camera flash. I started to do a search to see how other people tackled the subject and then came across this video by Mark Wallace for Adorama TV.

Spekular

Spekular

A good friend of mine Kevin Deskins┬áhas started a blog about lighting. He’s been teaching lighting workshops for awhile now and is now bringing his knowledge to the interwebs.

Aputure’s 68TL Magnum

Aputure’s 68TL Magnum

You all would know by now that I love LumoPro lighting products. Whenever I get a question about lighting I usually no of a LumoPro product that would suite the reason for this is I honestly believe LumoPro offer amazing value for money, and I have yet to have any of of their products let

LumoPro Summer Essentials Sale

LumoPro Summer Essentials Sale

While I sit here drinking my Cappuccino from my newly purchased Nespresso machine, which I had to purchase after our old machine went into early retirement during massive editing session my friends at LumoPro sent me through their latest offers.

21 hours to go, to save 41% on Frank Doorhof’s Lighting Videos

21 hours to go, to save 41% on Frank Doorhof’s Lighting Videos

If you’ve ever wanted to get into off camera flash then this is the perfect opportunity. Many of you have already purchased Franks 3 lighting videos after I posted about them late last week. They are a great buy at $100 but they are even better at 41% off! The only problem is there is

Frank Doorhof’s Lighting Videos I, II, & III

Frank Doorhof’s Lighting Videos I, II, & III

Frank is a good friend of RAW’s so as this is the first of many tutorial video reviews I have, I thought I would start with his. Plus I’ve come across an awesome deal for the set of 3 videos that will give you an instant jump start into lighting your portrait of glamour photos.

Using ND Filters with Strobes

Using ND Filters with Strobes

If your like me you do a lot of outdoor studio shoots. This is out of choice and personal preference more then any other reason. A trick I picked up a awhile ago from Kevin Deskins was that you could use ND filters to allow you to user a wider aperture for a shallower depth