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25 Jan 2015 | No Comment | 3,132 views
5 Lighting Accessories to Transform Your Portraits

Geoff Harris suggests five affordable lighting accessories to help you photograph your best portraits yet.

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13 Jan 2015 | 3 Comments | 6,746 views
Pixelstick Review

The Pixelstick looks set to expand the possibilities of light painting, making it even easier to be creative. Tim Coleman takes a closer look in his Pixelstick review.

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9 Aug 2014 | 5 Comments | 7,151 views
How to use flash: basics explained

Do you fear flash? Not sure how best to use it? Geoff Harris runs through the main options and techniques to help get you started.

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15 Jul 2014 | No Comment | 2,148 views
Rift Labs KICK review

The Rift Labs KICK brings the standard LED panel into the connected world with wireless app-based control. Vincent Oliver sees if it’s the answer for videographers.

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14 Jan 2014 | No Comment | 2,386 views
Wex Events: Jon Gray Fashion and Beauty lighting workshop

We recently ran a Beauty and Lighting workshop with Jon Gray at our Norwich showroom – here’s how it went!

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18 Jul 2013 | No Comment | 3,018 views
StroBeam Strip Light Review

Need a new softbox but don’t want to break the bank? Steve Aves takes a closer look at the new StroBean Strip Light, a versatile softbox ideal for portraiture

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14 Jun 2013 | One Comment | 5,382 views
A guide to using flash outdoors: Part 2

If you think that flash is only for indoors, think again. Mixed with daylight it can bring star quality to an outdoor portrait. Indeed, much of the location portraiture that fills magazines and supplements relies for its impact on a careful blend of flash and available light. In Part Two we look at how to achieve this…

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10 Jun 2013 | One Comment | 6,467 views
A guide to using flash outdoors: Part 1

Whether you have a single flashgun or a portable studio system, you can dramatically improve the look of your outdoor portraits by mixing flash with daylight.

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14 May 2013 | 15 Comments | 11,384 views
Field Studio Photography – Part 3

In the first two parts of this series I discussed the technical aspects of field studio photography and the equipment you need to make these remarkable images. Let’s look now at particular aspects of working with the three main subject groups: plants; small terrestrial animals and underwater subjects.

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14 May 2013 | 3 Comments | 12,336 views
Field Studio Photography – Part 2

New photographic techniques normally involve at least some investment and field studio work is no different. But the cost of entry is low and greater investment buys convenience rather than superior images. We’ll look at the equipment and sets you will need for three main subject groups: plants, invertebrates and underwater subjects.