With so many different flashguns available on the market, how can you decide which one to buy?
Two contrary light patterns, ‘broad’ and ‘short’ lighting, are commonly used in portraiture.
The start of a new tutorial series on simple lighting setups. How can you create ‘Rembrandt’ lighting with one light?
‘Back to Basics’ is a new series of articles about speedlights and how to use them. Do you need one?
Martin explains a very inexpensive way to spice up your photos with cool catchlights in your model’s eyes, using fluorescent lights.
How to use a single umbrella for great highkey full body shots!
The second tutorial on lighting umbrellas explains a shot using the same 42″ umbrella, but this time in reflective mode.
In this tutorial I want to show you a way to make use of the shoot-through mode of umbellas that often is overseen.
How to achieve lowkey portraits with nice soft lighting and rimlights again with a single speedlight!
Here’s a way to achieve super soft light with a great amount of control without spending a fortune.
The latest article about bouncing your light explains a way to imitate natural light falling through a window – with a single speedlight.
Today’s tutorial will stick to the idea of using reflected light and we will see, how easy it is to achieve great portraits even with on camera flash.