All about camera and flash settings when photographing with a flash outdoors

7/06/2017 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

All about camera and flash settings when photographing with a flash outdoors

Aleksey Koldunov and his brother managed to fit in three short five-minute videos a rather complex topic about camera and flash settings when photographing with a flash outdoors. They tried very hard and sincerely hope that you will like it:

 Episode 1: The basic settings:



This very short 5 minute tutorial will allow you to quickly learn the basic setting of camera and flash when shooting a portrait outdoors.

Episode 2: X-Sync And High-Speed Sync (HSS).



This tutorial will allow you to quickly learn X-sync and high-speed sync (HSS) for shooting a portrait outdoors.

Episode 3: ND-Filter VS High-Speed Sync


In this last video they will use knowledge from previous videos and try to make a portrait with on-camera flash outdoors on a sunny day with a small depth of field. They have two main options that allow us to make quite a dark background. First is the use of high-speed sync mode (which only can be found in the relatively expensive on-camera flash) and second: the use of ND filter (method suitable for any flash)

Thanks brothers for sharing.!

About Koldunov Brothers:

Photography lessons, tips, tricks, life hacks and DIY tutorials. English version of the Russian Koldunov Brothers blog about photography: koldunov.com/en


Text, image and video via Koldunov Brothers


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