The mistake most people make (including myself when I first got into flash photography) is thinking that you just turn the flash on and BAM! Amazing flash photos.
It doesn’t work that way because the flash, just like the camera, doesn’t know a THING about what you want the photo to look like.
The good thing is, I’ve developed a simple process that will allow you to create flash photos that look exactly the way you want them to look.
The process is super simple, in fact, the heart of it is this:
Work one light at a time.
Now there is a bit more to it than just that, but that’s the key, and what’s great about it is that it works with any kind of lighting setup.
It doesn’t matter if you’re using one flash or one hundred. If you work one light at a time, I guarantee you’ll successfully create the photo you want to create.
I used to be scared of my flash, and I understand how intimidating flash photography can be, but a flash is just a tool. Once you understand how that tool works you’ll be using your flash to create photos that used to seem impossible.
If you want to master your flash and take those amazing photos, check out my Understanding Flash Photography Video Course.