Lighting Tutorial: TTL Flash and the Setting Sun by Jay P. Morgan
This is the last video tutorial shared by Jay P. Morgan on YouTube about how to balance TTL flash and the setting sun:
When I light for an image, I have to control where the light is placed and on the camera is rarely a choice for me. Today, we are shooting a swordsman in front of a sunset on location in Los Angeles. We are going to take a look at how to get a TTL flash off the camera and also how to balance it with a setting sun.
I am using a Canon TTL 600ex and a Strobies Pro-Flash TLi-C. This gives me two light sources that I can get away from the camera, with the help of my PocketWizards. I will put the Canon 600 flash on a PocketWizard Flex TT5 and mount it to a Photoflex Octodome. I will set this flash to zone A for my key light to the right of camera. The Strobies flash will go on a second Flex TT5 set to zone B. This will be my rim light.
I am shooting with a Canon 5D Mark III and will use a Tamron 24-70mm lens. I will put the PocketWizard Mini TTi and the AC3 Zone Controller on the camera to control the two flashes. After I set both flashed to Manuel, the zone controller will allow me to change the power on each strobe head from the unit on the camera.
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