Using an Off-Camera Flash: Take & Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey: Adorama Photography TV

or copy the link Adorama Photography TV Presents Take & Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey. Join Gavin as he demonstrates how to shoot an outside portrait using an off-camera flash. Watch as he uses his techniques to achieve a dramatic portrait from production to post. There are many approaches you can take when shooting portraits. To decide what tools you want to use, it’s important to know the message you want to send to your audience. In this episode, Gavin demonstrates how to achieve an edgy portrait using an off-camera flash, while also demonstrating how to add the finishing touches using Adobe Photoshop. AdoramaTV features talented hosts including Mark Wallace, Gavin Hoey, Joe McNally, Joe DiMaggio, Tamara Lackey, Bryan Peterson, and Rich Harrington. Related Products: Canon 5D Mark III Canon 24-105mm L f/4 IS BlackRapid RS-7 camera strap Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2 Adobe Photoshop CS6 Adobe Production Premium CS6 Software Adobe Design Standard CS6 Software If you have questions, share them with us at:


dablanco69 says:

You are awesome!!! Very informative..

Ariele Bottomley says:

Hello! Have you had any luck with photo sfxart tricks (do a search on google)? My mate Liam made some awesome photography with their video lessons.

iammikee1991 says:

Awesome….. :)

mazinbuds says:

i love your videos sir…you are awesome..


Great, you and Mark are the best on Adorama channel. Thanks.

oskarwerewka says:

Thanks, that was good info!

RichTJohns says:

What if you haven’t got High speed flash Sync?

Jimi Becker says:

Hello there, are you familiar with “Photo SFXart Tricks” (just google it)? There you will find a useful free video featuring the way to create outstanding photos. It helped Joe to make photos which have that jaw-dropping-effect whenever you look at them. It may help you too.

Dannysubliminal says:

Gavin!! hes back!

LivinOnLaughter says:

I just learned a ton here and I can’t wait to try some of these techniques.

pjos111 says:

13 people don’t have cameras

ptlofts says:

what was the flashpower? 1/1, 1/4.. ?

Super9112008 says:

Hi, how did you achieve 8000s syn flash? How to achieve that with Nikon D7000 please?

igetsmart says:

Gavin and Bryan Petersen are great

jjdphotography says:

Really helpful!

Joshua Westbrook says:

love this! got a few laughs out of ‘absolute rubbish’. great tips, thank you!!

EntropiaMusic says:

Good work, Gavin! This “from shooting to finished picture”concept is great! Keep up the good work! Btw, i would really like to explain us, why you chose to go to high speed mode, insread of lower to ISO…

karanmitra1 says:

This is how u teach!

ryuurui says:

Gavin rocks.

c0wy says:

gavin is great!

Oscar Todd says:

I loved it. I have the 580exII and the st transmitter I seldom use. I need better images the post is a must have cs6 soon as a teacher I need to master the basics first. Thanks really accurate to me…regards..O

Nikonfanboy1982 says:

You sir are becoming my favorite photographer. I love your work! Thank you! Please keep them coming

squeakstore says:

I love you gavin

William Clark says:

So simple with great results!

Johnny Milkovich says:

Nice work Gavin. The photo turned out great in post, so much more different from the camera capture.

alimarlboro says:

You are not just Gavin Hoey! you are the “Gandalf” of speed-light and photoshop to the amateurs! Thanks to adorama for bringing you on board.

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Jovan987 says:

Great! This is just great! 

PhotoshopBy Harry says:

Ever green Gavin….. love his tuts.

hunks85 says:

So great!!!

sayem tanveer says:

Gavin and Mark are the best of the best…

Savagetechdude says:

Haven’t we already gone through this? I love how youtube is becoming just like Hollywood. Just rehashing the same shit over and over

Jepraw says:

I say WoW, thanks Gavin!

EpicsodeOne says:

Even if he were wearing a Bang and Olufsen microphone, the quality of the recording sounds alittle better than Atari.

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