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Off-camera multiple flash

Working with multiple off-camera flashes can really be a lot of fun. Now, this section is not here to teach you how to do it, but just to show you a little bit of an introduction to what you can achieve. So, to start, we're just going to go ahead and take a picture with a single off-camera flash. As you can see, I have my light here shining into the umbrella, reflecting onto my model. And you also can see that I have a slight gel on here. This is a half CTO, or half warming gel, but it's going to make the light that hits my model, just a little bit warmer, almost like we're working in sunset type of light. So we're going to start with just this single light. Let's see what it looks like.

(audio playing) As we can see, we have a really nice soft light shining on her face. It's clearly coming from off camera. Because the shadow is not directly under her chin, but off to an angle. And overall, it looks pretty good. But now, what I want to do is add a ...

Off-camera multiple flash
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Off-camera multiple flash provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke as part of the Photography 101

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