Strobist High-Key Photography with Off-Camera Flash (White Background) – CamCrunch

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  1. Angela Morgan
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    Black and White looks great. Thank you for this tutorial, really clear and
    very helpful

  2. saufi sulaiman
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    i really interested..ive tried in my home..while having green wall..still i
    cant get that full white background..why?? :(..please help me

  3. grufiog
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    Hi,Would this work for group people using a canon 430exii flash? Should I
    get a stronger flash? Thank you

  4. Kimberly Manion
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    Both photos are great! But if I have to pick I’d say Black & White. Why
    do you have a black umbrella instead of white? Is there a tutorial on
    that? Also, what is the stand that holds the flash? Is that in your
    equipment tutorial? Thanks!

  5. Hasan Khan
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    thumbs up again.. how do you focus so easily with self portraits..??? i
    mean you were moving too after focusing yet all the image was in perfect
    focus..

  6. Rakel Rakelita
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    Thanks for sharing your knowledge in such an easy and clear way! 🙂 Good
    luck!

  7. Robert Dahl
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    nice done! What was the exact set up and rough cost of set up to achieve
    that same shot. I’m a beginner but trying to expand my horizion

  8. Giro Arellano
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    i tried this with my YN 560 II and R603 II but the light kept on bouncing
    back to ny subject and its all over her face and shoulder no matter how low
    my flash power is

  9. Malcolm Wilson
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    Another grerat video,you make it look so simple, Ilike bothe shots but
    prefer the black and white.

  10. Rienzo Miguel Acebedo
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    if its not too much in your next set of videos can you plsss provide some
    settings or exif info on the images? such as shutter speed , aperture , iso
    combinations..tnx in advance..

  11. Seamus Griffin
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    Excellent video, clear, concise and no background music to drown out your
    message! Keep up the good work.

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