This is the last installment of my Flash Photography Basics Series. To start at the beginning of the tutorial, click here.
There are other places on the web you can go to learn about flash photography, so I appreciate your support of Improve Photography. I want to make sure you don't stop here. There are TONS of additional ways for you to continue learning about flash photography. I want to point you to those resources now. Some of the resources are my own trainings on flash photography, and others are from different photographers who I respect.
Click here to see more information about my Online Flash Photography Class, and even watch a sample lesson.
The video course is totally downloadable or streamable on any device. In the videos I'll take you with me on-location shooting models, groups, families, and individuals. I'll show you step-by-step how I set up the flash, work with natural light, fire multiple flashes wirelessly, and much more.
If you aren't interested in learning from me or a class isn't in your budget, there are other great resources available to you. One great blog to follow for flash photography tutorials is The Strobist. David Hobby frequently writes on his blog with news and information about flash photography as well as behind-the-scenes information about his shoots.
Another resource is Lightstalking. This blog is a general photography website, but some of their articles have great info about flash photography.
Last, check out this National Geographic Gallery where you'll pick up some flash photography inspiration.
I hope you'll join me in an online photography class so I can continue to show you the things I've learned in as simple and understandable a way as possible, but no matter how you continue to learn, I wish you the best. Learning flash photography has done more to improve my photos than any other technique, and I hope you find that to be true for you as well.
P.S. If you enjoyed this tutorial, would you consider sharing the link to the first page of this series on your photo blog? Here's the link to share: https://improvephotography.com/flash-photography-basics/