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Portraits With an On-Camera Speedlight

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Portraits With an On-Camera Speedlight

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(37 reviews)

rated 5 stars

At Last You Can Use your Flash on Camera!

Okay, I admit it, I have been scared of my speedlite! I have 2 of them, an older ettl model and a manual flash; both have been out of my bag at least 3 times in the past year .......

However, after watching Neil's clear explanation of how to use a speedlite on camera (lets face it, most togs tut tut at you if you do this and don't use off camera flash and I have been intimated by such snobbery) I feel empowered!

Ignore the one star review by Ludovic, he must be watching ...

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rated 5 stars

The 'sliced bread' course on On-Camera Flash

I'm a moderately experienced amateur who has struggled to get consistent results with flash, something I definitely can't blame on my gear: Canon 70D, Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT, Radio transmitter ST-E3-RT. I have "fast-forwarded" through both this class and Neil's "Off-Camera" Flash class (to get an overview) before really working through the fine detail. The following are my observations for this class (in no particular order):

The instructor, Neil, is excellent ...

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Rocio Franco
rated 5 stars

Very Clear Explanations

This is very useful because I'm entering the world of portraiture with flash and only have one speedlight at hand.

Genevieve Palmer-de Jose
rated 5 stars

Revival of On Camera Flash!

I've been an amateur photographer for 10+ years, working mostly with natural light as I've struggled to get great images with flash. The best I could manage was bouncing off the ceiling which was ok, but (as Neil points out) resulted in raccoon eyes on my subjects! After searching for books and classes I resigned myself to the fact that my only option to get excellent light was to take the plunge into OFF camera flash...not ideal for taking photos of fast moving kids! Not to mention the $$. ...

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Tanya Harris
rated 5 stars

Great Video

Great tips, enjoying the videos so far

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