1. BRO-SESH 3.6 -photos


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    Mustache Media presents BRO-SESH 3.6 at Glen Eden. I thought it would be fun to bring out some coloured flash this week and this is what we got out of it. Here's the first "roll" of 24 frames. Enjoy! Gallery up at http://bit.ly/f0tqsy

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    • Borden Li Photographers Behind Scenes Video - Work Flow


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      Borden Li Photographers presents behind scenes video of Maya and Sam's wedding. Showcasing our photography work flow on a rainy wedding day, mixing natural light with off-camera flash. Equipment list: Camera: Canon 5D + 5D Mark II, Lens: 50mm, 85mm, 24-70, 16-35 and 70-200. Flash: 2 x 580EXII, Elinchrom Ranger RX AS Speed. Westcott Softboxes and Umbrellas Black Rapid R-Strap

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      • Location, Lighting, and Composition - Bringing It All Together


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        What happens if you don’t have the best place in which to work – the background is not perfect, the lighting is lousy, etc – how do you still pull off a great shot? The answer, of course lies in how we handle the location, lighting, and composition. Why not hit the PLAY button and let me walk you through a few sessions.

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        • Help Portrait ~ 2 Photographers ~ Lightenupandshoot Style


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          2 Photographers do a Help Portrait session for Angeles de Medellin.

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          • Wedding Day Daydreams


            from David Ziser / Added

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            The image featured in this tutorial is the lucky result of decent weather, a cool fall sky, and random geese flying by that allowed me to create a great image of the bride on her wedding day. That was only half the story though. Judicious use of Adobe’s ACR sliders and a Photoshop trick or two gave me the finished result. This tutorial will walk you through all the steps I took to first capture the image and then properly compose and light it. Then I’ll walk you through how I reviewed the images on the computer until I eventually chose the images to use in creating this bridal portrait. Also, I don’t use ACR very often, but I’ll show you the steps I took to get the image mostly where I wanted it before heading into Photoshop for a few final adjustments and additions. There’s lots of good information in this tutorial so I hope you enjoy it. Hit the PLAY button below and enjoy the show!

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            • Edmonton Urban Engagement Session | Taryn & Darrin


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              Edmonton Urban Engagement Session

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              • WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: Off AND on camera flash for cake photos


                from Kristi Gay / Added

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                I used an old Canon 540EZ (the film days equivalent to the 580EX- works great in manual mode for OCF) on a light stand with a Pocket Wizard in manual mode at 1/128th power and then used my on camera flash in ETTL mode with a Flip It flash modifier from Joe Demb Photography (http://www.dembflashproducts.com) hooked to a Pocket Wizard that was set to camera/flash and plugged into my camera body's PC sync port. So every time I took a shot with my camera and the ETTL flash with the flash modifier, the OCF went off in back too. Watch the video and look for the final image at the end. Kris Gay Bella Vita Studios 260-610-6645 cell 260-440-3889 home/studio Bella Vita Studios http://www.bellavitastudios.com bellavitastudios@gmail.com http://bellavitastudios.bigcartel.com

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                • Kerry Adderly


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                  High Speed Sync / Flash Shoot

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                  • Bouquets Away!


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                    I've seen a lot of bouquet tosses in my career and they are always fun to see and even more fun to photograph. For me, it's not just about capturing the action of the toss. It's about capturing the entire sequence of the toss, the actions and the reactions during those moments, and the grand finale of the lucky girl enthusiastically hugging the bride - all great moments to be sure. So what are the images I try to capture? How to I position my lights? Where is my assistant standing during the action? All those questions and more are answered in today's tutorial. Hit the PLAY button below and enjoy the show.

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                    • Off Camera Flash Part 1


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                      You can’t always shoot during the “sweet light “ time? Everyone knows how great early morning and late afternoon light is. It is hard to make bad images during this “Sweet Light” time. But only shooting then is not always convenient. There are lots of times when you have to shoot at other times, when your client want you to shoot. Sometimes you just can’t find “Great Light” outdoors? OK, this is one of the biggest frustrations in doing outdoor photography. It is overcast and you can’t find any direction to the light? Don’t you hate when the clouds are so heavy that there is no light direction! The light is just blaw! Now you can have beautiful quality of light with your Off-Camera Flash! Do you hate that “On Camera Flashy” look? It just screams Amateur! The On-Camera Flash creates a very flat light. It also tends to over power the scene. Are you tired of taking too much equipment on location? Do you want an easy system for using multiple lights at weddings? Are you tired of buying the wrong equipment or junk? Do you have a closet of “Photo Junk”. You know what I am talking about. All that stuff the guy at the camera store told you that you Must Have! And now, you never use it!

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