Join David Hobby for an in-depth discussion in this video The photo shoot continues, part of Lighting with Flash: Sports, from Action to Portraits.
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Alrighty. Okay guys, lets see what you got. …Okay, I need to, I need to just watch this before I shoot. …Feel free, go ahead, get him Matthew. Okay, let me see how that looks. …Okay, when you get him, you really gotta sell it, okay? …Come after him, none of this like, I'm taking it easy on you because you're an …old guy stuff. Okay, move everything a little bit that …way, a little bit. Okay, good. …Okay, now there you go, get him. Okay, (SOUND) Excellent.…
Okay, let me see how that looks when. Can I see it? …Yes I can. So Matthew, all right, go after him. …Got it. All right, so I'm going to give you guys …a break for just a second. Just free style, whatever you want. …Go after each other, teach each other a lesson. …And I'm going to shoot some, I'm just going to shoot whatever I see.…
Get them. (SOUND) Don't get away from that light. …(SOUND) Don't let him do that to you, Matthew. …Get him, get him. Get him, get him. …(SOUND) Oh, that was sweet. (LAUGH) Alright, take take a break for a …
In the second half of the course, David photographs a group of fencers, transforming the bland lighting in a gym and freezing the athletes' action as they leap. Afterwards, he shoots a group portrait of the fencing club.
- Setting up a multi-strobe shoot
- Capturing athletes in action
- Balancing fading daylight with flash
- Tips for using color gels and flash accessories, from cold shoes to softboxes