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  1. #11
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    Re: Corporate Santa Photos

    Do NOT get the constant lights with exposed bulbs, they will get hot and it handled incorrectly can explode, this is also going to be a liability issue with children and people moving around them.

    You are best off going for flashes and shoot through umbrellas or softboxes

    Constant Light is good but you would want to go for LED's which are naturally more expensive.


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    Re: Corporate Santa Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Samantha.Vivenzio View Post
    I have been looking into lighting options now and was wondering if any of you have any opinions about the following equipment.
    I strongly suggest you spend some time studying up on how to use off-camera flash on the following site:

    Strobist: Lighting 101

    Strobist: Lighting 102

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  3. #13
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    Re: Corporate Santa Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    I strongly suggest you spend some time studying up on how to use off-camera flash on the following site:

    Strobist: Lighting 101

    Strobist: Lighting 102

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    I cannot recommend these courses enough, they are an excellent resource for flash photography. There is a lot of good information and it is presented in a way that is easy to digest and understand.

    I have read through these a number of times and also watched a lot of videos on the subject. One of the instructors I enjoy is Mark Wallace. He has a lot of videos on Youtube (both on his channel and Adorama's).

    I know I have enjoyed my time learning about the exciting world of OCF, it really opens up a lot of new possibilities!
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