What hectic times: I feel like we’ve released Making Light, An Introduction to Off Camera Flash just yesterday, and today I’m already thrilled to present you with the sequel, Making Light 2. Advanced Use of Off Camera Flash. This second part picks up where Volume 1 stopped: it’s all about working with multiple flashes and more advanced techniques such as High Speed Sync, that allows you to sync a flash up to 1/8.000 of a second.
To feed even the biggest gearhead’s gear lust, there’s a chapter on… gear! I discuss some of the modifiers I use, my choice of triggers and other useful stuff. Hey, I even mention a printer. What do printers and off camera flash have in common? Well, you’ll read it in Volume 2 .
Just like we had in Volume 1, there’s again 10 case studies, illustrated with setup shots but quite frankly, there are a lot more case studies, tips and suggestions throughout the gear section of the book, as well. So even if you’re on a budget, you might still skim through it!
But probably the most interesting part of this eBook are the four interviews I did with colleagues Jürgen Doom, Andy Van den Eynde, Bert Stephani and Tom Museeuw: these interviews give you an insight into the minds and camera bags of four working professionals who are head-over-heels into off camera flash.
If you’re interested, you can pick up a copy of Making Light 2 in its entire 77 page PDF goodness for only $5 here. And if you do so before October 24th, midnight, you even get 20% off with discount code MAKINGLIGHT4. If you’re really hungry for knowledge, why not get some other books from the Craft & Vision store and save 20% off any purchase of five or more books with code MAKINGLIGHT20.
Finally, if you did not yet get the first Making Light, there’s also a limited-time bundle where you can get both Making Light books for $8. The bundle can be accessed from the bottom of the Making Light 2 product page (see the screenshot below).
Below that, you’ll find a couple of screenshots from the book.
Hieronder vind je nog een paar screenshots uit het boek!