It’s time to learn how to use your flash, but before you even turn the flash on we have to talk about the light, because your flash is a different kind of light.
I’m not talking about the difference between natural light and artificial light, which is a bunch of crap anyway.
I’m talking about the difference between continuous light and instantaneous light.
If you don’t know the difference between these two light types, and more importantly, how to control the exposure of each type, then I guarantee you that you’re going to struggle with your flash photos.
Fortunately, In this video I break down the difference between the two and explain exactly how to control them!
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.