In one week, I’ll be releasing my brand new eBook called Going Fast With Light. It’s an 82 page manual that will show you how to apply strobist-style lighting techniques and off-camera flash to active outdoor photography styles.
In it, I discuss the lighting gear and techniques that will help you dramatically improve the quality of your imagery, but that won’t slow you down. Whether you shoot action, adventure, sports, travel, portraits or your kids playing in the backyard, this book will change your photography.
As I write in first chapter, the reality is that we photographers often face is that the best light is often the most challenging light to work with. Also, the best subjects are not always lit by the best light. Having some control over the light can make all the difference.
I look around today, and see a growing number of outdoor shooters like me who are interested in exploring the use of off-camera flash, but who haven’t quite figured out a workable system for effectively using these techniques outside. This is where I can help.
If you’ve a regular reader, then you’ve seen the kind of work that I do. You’ve seen that it’s indeed possible to go light and fast in the outdoors and still be able to throw light from one or more flashes, light that makes a difference and that really brings the imagery alive. That’s because over the years, I’ve developed systems that work for me and my adventurous quick moving style, and this book is where I share all that with you.
As I said last week, good light doesn’t have to slow you down. In one week, you’ll find out why. In one week, you’ll learn how to Go Fast With Light.
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