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New blog article, "DIY online resources and how to use them"

From: 'Duck'
Sent on: Monday, August 13, 2012 2:40 AM
DIY online resources and how to use them Posted by Charles Unitas
From an extension pole instructable I wrote One of the first areas a new photographer expands into, once they have camera basics down pat, is off camera flash. Simply because it seriously enhances the look of your images and is relatively inexpensive, compared to studio flashes, and are very portable. However, speed lights alone are limiting. If we want to bend and control light to our will we need light modifiers. This is where it can get very expensive.

Fortunately for us creative types, there are tons of do-it-yourself photography projects available online. Many of them are simple and often embarrassingly obvious it begs the question, "why didn't I think of this?" Other projects can be very complex involving a master's degree in electronics or engineering. No matter what level the project there is always something to be learned. Read More »


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