Understanding The Nikon Speedlight SB-910

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Brand: Blue Crane Digital

Features:

  • How to effectively control flash exposure
  • How to work in Commander Mode
  • Discusses lighting equipment that can improve your flash photography
  • Tips and techniques for optimal lighting
  • Advanced flash techniques for professional-looking results

Publisher: Blue Crane Digital

Details: Understanding the Nikon SB-910 Speedlight: A Simple Approach to Great Flash Photography. This hands-on guide picks up where your manual leaves off by demonstrating how to add and shape light in your images. Confused after reading the user manual? You are not alone. This DVD simplifies Nikon's SB-910 Speedlight, allowing you to create the images you want. Your new Speedlight can be the most powerful accessory in your camera bag! Understanding how it works is essential to getting the most out of your SB-910. This DVD takes you step-by-step through your Speedlight's setup and operation. Award-winning photographer Tim Mantoani demonstrates the SB-910's features through a series of real-world examples. At the same time, he explains how different lighting configurations can flatter and enhance your subject. Tim's approach to lighting will help you take the best photographs possible, whether you shoot with just one Speedlight or a complex setup. Topics include: TTL-BL vs. traditional fill-flash, Flash compensation, Master / remote settings, Commander mode, Hard vs. soft light, Three-point lighting, Slow Sync demystified, Front and rear curtain sync, High speed sync, Controlling the background exposure, Bounce flash techniques, Auto and manual zoom, Illumination patterns, The Inverse Square Law / light fall-off... and much more! Tim Mantoani has been a professional photographer for more than 20 years. The breadth of his work spans from portraits of athletes and celebrities to commercial product shots. His images often appear in national ad campaigns and on the covers of international magazines. Running Time: 120 minutes; NTSC: All regions.

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