End Of August Late Speedlinks
OK, somehow something went very wrong, and I still don’t have a decent internet connection. Thank you coffee lord for providing free internet (and lots and lots of coffee). On today’s speedlinks lots of gel holders, light painting, some great projects and as always lots of hacks and DIY mods to the photography addict.
- How to make a simple strobe gel holder
With Rosco’s new Strobist gel pack you’ll be glad to have your very own Gel Holder + you’ll get a great chance to adiós your credit card.
And if you haven’t had enough, here is another gel holder.
- A Fun Light Painting Project – Parabolas
Digital Photography School
As you know, I am a big light painting fan. This project from DPS is easy to make and it provides great abstract results. Kinda remind me of a cool creative toy I have when I was younger.
- 9 Things To Do When You’re Feeling Stale
Chase shares nine great motivation starters for when you feel watching grass grow is your best time spender
- How to Use Speed Lights with Studio Softboxes
Yanik Photo School
Yanik shares the secret of mounting speedlights on huge softboxes
- Bright field with LED: a how to guide
We’ve all seen Bright Field used for shooting vases and wine glasses. A light bulb is a nice change. Worapol shares a step by step to achieving Bright Field with LEDs. A personal lighting fav.
- BYU Football Poster
Brigham Young Photographers
Voice Activated Lightstands (VALs) can go a long way. a great video from the BYU shooting team shows some great lighting techniques and VALing with a monoblok Video
- Making Subtle Light
I had to pinch myself to verify I was not dreaming. This is a new one. Someone (if you can call Chase someone) is actually discussing less strobe power
- The Easy To Make Five Dollar Orbis Ring Flash Bracket
Stuff I Shoot With
OK, so you have a ring light. Now you need to attach it to your flash. here is a nice and quick hack to do so
A super simple setup for water drop photography
- Long Exposure Photography and Painting With Light
A great intro into light painting, which we’ve discussed a bit earlier. If you heard the buzz and want to learn a bit more, this link is for you
Udi Tirosh is an entrepreneur, photography inventor, journalist, educator, and writer based in Israel. With over 25 years of experience in the photo-video industry, Udi has built and sold several photography-related brands. Udi has a double degree in mass media communications and computer science.