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March 1, 2014 - 7 went

Photography 201: Outdoor Portrait & Headshot Speedlight and Flash Techniques

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Added by Tina
on Mar 2, 2014.


  • Kathleen H

    My fav! I think I am partial to the diffused light over the speedlites. Thank you for letting me borrow your diffuser.

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  • Tina

    You are welcome! My favorite really small speed light modifier is a little soft box that goes on the flash. I think it's 6x8 or maybe even a little smaller. I should have tried it for these. I did spend a bit of time in some of the photos taking down some hotspots on her skin….I find if I use the small soft box, that doesn't happen as often.

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  • Kathleen H

    Good to know! I'm still learning the processing part.

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