Photography Tutorial 12 ( Bounce and Fill Flash )

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A more in depth look at bouncing flash and using fill flash to get more appealing images. This is an abridged version of the Flash chapter from my Mastery of Photography Essentials DVD. Hello all who chose to read this far, can you believe this is the 12th installment already. Thanks for watching all these tips and tricks so far, there is so much more to come. =o) You guys Rule!!! If you wish to buy this series on DVD and help me live happily ever after follow this link www.photomagicsocal.com To where I sell my DVDs. Thanks to all who have purchased and all who are about to. Peace

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23marap says:

Thanks!

Briana Del says:

Hi! Have you tested photo sfxart tricks (search on google)? My mate Paul made some extraordinary pics with their video tutorials.

sumon Tobib says:

Hey, have you come across “MagicSFXphoto” (google it)? On their website you can watch a useful free video showing the best way to take brilliant photos. This helped Daniel to make photos that have that jaw-dropping-effect whenever you take a look at them. Perhaps it will help you as well…

sumon Tobib says:

Hey, have you come across “MagicSFXphoto” (google it)? On their website you can watch a useful free video showing the best way to take brilliant photos. This helped Daniel to make photos that have that jaw-dropping-effect whenever you take a look at them. Perhaps it will help you as well…

startphotography says:

Perfectly explained. Thanks!

Yani Macute says:

What if the ceiling is high.. how do I use bounce?

CrackMonstaz says:

dope video

FontanaKnowledge says:

Just start bouncing it around and you will start to see the difference. Have fun and kick some booty. Peace

violetfirefly6 says:

I just got a flash for Christmas and it is honestly the most amazing thing I could have ever gotten for my camera. I was considering getting a new camera or a new lens, but just this flash alone has made me feel like I have a way more expensive camera and all of my pictures look so pro now!

alljams2001 says:

I’ve been watching and studying tutorials and videos for a while now, and yours are some of the best I’ve seen. Easy to understand, yet very informative. I do a little photography as a hobby, and if I had found these first, I wouldn’t have had to spend so much time reading and searching the net. Thanks so very much. You’re an inspiration to photographers and us wannabe’s everywhere!

Mark Anthony Bucol says:

Is that a Godox?

djspl51bw says:

Great video,im a very amatuer photographer and have used a speedlight for a short while.Im possibly the least technical photographer around,but have noticed so much difference using a speedlight.I might not understand a lot of techy photography stuff,but i know one of these can really improve the look of your photos.

waf3I says:

Hey, thanks man… your videos helped me a lot getting started… good energy !

charleslee001010 says:

Just bought my first external flash for my camera. And this video really give me a great picture on how to use it

FontanaKnowledge says:

Use High speed sync mode. It it a little lightning bolt with a “h” next to it. In this mode the flash will stay illuminated for the duration of the shutters pass. Hope this helps

Peace

kush2121 says:

I may be asking something that was already discussed, but once my speedlight is on it automatically reduces shutter speed to 200 when in manual mode. If I want to use this as fill flash outside with f2.8 100-200 iso and shutter of say 400+ how would I do so without it bumping my shutter to 200 everytime

Exupery1976 says:

That looks like a 580EZ Canon flash. I got one of those used for 25 dollars here in Japan. Great flash for on-camera bounce. You have to use it in manual mode – it doesn’t do TTL – but that ‘s fine for me.

rakettbbd says:

very useful,You are delivering the message specially addapted for noobs like me 🙂

Gosia219 says:

I would highly recommend for you to save some more and get the best one on the market now SB900. I have done my research, got it and I’m very happy with it. If you spend money on anything cheaper and older, it will cost you more in the long run.

John Mcbride says:

cheers, set me straight on fill flash, thanx

charlieaughenbaugh says:

I know that this is a “beginner” video, but this guys talks a lot, and says very little.

tinfoilandy says:

Haha Nice video. I picked up more than what I came for. Thanks!!

Zelin Xu says:

I have a nikon DSLR, and I am looking to purchase a flash for my baby, but I am not sure what kind or which model I should buy. I really like the way how Robert explained the usage of bounce light, and I am looking into it. with my budget being $200-250 any good flash people would recommend? anyone?
Thx!

drfrank01 says:

Hi, thank you for your tutorials they are so helpful. one quick question. to you recommend using the built in flash defuser when bouncing of wall? when is a good time to use the defuser? Thank you!

Baabish Hussain says:

u r the best i have seen so far.

chungdha says:

You should iron flat the background sheet is very wrinkly 

ldgliam82 says:

i have watched a lot of videos and you hit the spot. i learnt a lot and now feel i can do more…….. cheers…….. 🙂

MrCheezzy says:

im waiting to get my camera to start doing all of this…):

cartman6224 says:

Thanks so much man! Ive been taking notes in a notebook and this helps so much, thank you so much : )

indee691 says:

OMG! U are the only 1 that I”ve wanted to watch again & again. I’ve taken photos (of family & friends mostly) since I was 18 & I’d been searching (or crossing my fingers to meet anyone) that could explain these photography questions for years! And finally, the stars aligned just right & I saw you on YouTube. Not only do you have the brains & experience, you have the charisma that seals the deal. Plan to watch you more.Thanx for planting the seed! Happy w/ my Nikon D80, tripod,flash & YOU! -dpg

suutari13 says:

Another great video. Thanx

mredwhite1 says:

Hi I love your videos and tips. I am still using film and want to use fill in flash using a mamiya c330 TLR and a Metz c45 flash gun. What confuses me as that I know you fool the flash gun by setting the speed setting to a stop faster. I have been setting my aperture to f5.6 in day light without flash can I still do this with fill in? I am confused that the setting on the flash gun top says I have to be about 15m away from subject, which would be too far. Can you help please thanks.
peace.

mredwhite1 says:

Hi I love your videos and tips. I am still using film and want to use fill in flash using a mamiya c330 TLR and a Metz c45 flash gun. What confuses me as that I know you fool the flash gun by setting the speed setting to a stop faster. I have been setting my aperture to f5.6 in day light without flash can I still do this with fill in? I am confused that the setting on the flash gun top says I have to be about 15m away from subject, which would be too far. Can you help please thanks.
peace

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