Monthly Archives: June 2010

eTTL for Studio Portraits Part II: Real Clients, Real Portraits

In my last post on using speedlites in eTTL for portraits, I showed how you really can create soft, pleasing studio lighting via the combination of speedlites, softboxes and RadioPopper transmitters to keep the camera and speedlite eTTL communication intact.  You might be thinking, “Hey, that’s nice for messing around and experimenting, but you wouldn’t […]

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eTTL for studio portraits??

Yes, I know that I am still on a bit of a Flash Fu kick. But here’s why: I truly believe that few photographers are really leveraging their investment in speedlites as much as they can be. Many (most?) pop the speedlite on top of the camera…and that’s about it, except for maybe incorporating some […]

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