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Strobist Style

Photographers in Philadelphia presents Strobist Style. Strobist style is using hot shoe mountable flashes off camera for lighting. We'll cover the pros and cons of Strobist Style, the equipment needed to start building your own strobist system (from scratch you can be up and running for just over $100), and how to start lighting with a basic system.

As usual, this will be hands on, so attendees should bring there camera and any potential strobist equipment they might have.

Cost $10

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  • Zaman

    Hi Ivan! I do have a vivitar flash that works with my nikon. I have a question. I have a cheap monolight I have always wanted to get an opinion for an expert about its performance. Could I please bring it and show it to you?

    December 13, 2012

  • Greg G.

    Wish I could, I go Strobist 90% of the time but I'll be out of town.

    November 28, 2012

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