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Radiopopper PX Review

I just got some new toys tools for wireless, off-camera flash called Radiopopper PX. What they basically do is take Canon wireless flash technology and make it useful somewhere besides in a dark room with the flashes pointed at each

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Using Flash isn’t hard!

Using off-camera flash seems like something difficult to do.  It isn’t.  Once you get over the mental hurdles involved, it is really quite simple.  To illustrate, I have an image that I really like that I took this last fall.

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Contest Winner – Ed Pingol

 We finished our first contest a couple months ago before I (Cory Parris for those of you that don’t know who runs this little side project) got crazy busy running my own photography business.  So now, finally, here is the

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We have a winner!

In the first ever Wedding Photography Project contest, we have a winner!  And the winner is (drumroll please)…Ed Pingol! Here is the winning entry: camera setting was 100iso 30th @ f19. this smooths out the water falling and also gives

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A VERY Cool Photo Entry

This cold image comes from Petra Hall in Sweden! My couple Maria and David decided to get married in the coldest month of the year here in northern Sweden, i.e. in February. Not only is it cold in February, but

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Another “Cool Photo” Entry!

These images come from Ed Pingol in San Francisco about 10 minutes after the sun sets is when this image was shot. it was getting pretty dark so i had to crank up the iso a bit to 800. dragged

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“Hey, Cory! Why is your flash sideways?” – The Bounce Flash Article!

Article by Cory Parris. You can find this and other articles on Cory’s Photo School. I am finally getting started on my series of articles on flash. I am going to start with the type of flash I use most

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