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Friday, October 26, 2012

'Shadows & Light: A Speedlight Workshop' with Jayesunn Krump

'Shadows & Light: A Speedlight Workshop' with Jayesunn Krump

Coming this Saturday October 27th I will be teaching a speedlight workshop at Glazer's Camera in Seattle.

As a matter of fact I am on a train on my way up to Seattle at this moment.

More information after the jump.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Firefly Beauty Box from Aurora Lite Bank

The Firefly Beauty Box from Aurora Lite Bank is a very well designed and constructed octabox build for use with speedlights. It has a unique silver-gold pattern on the inside reflective surface to create a medium warm color cast to your subjects that works fantastically for portrait work.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

LP739 Double Flash Speedring Bracket

LumoPro Lighting, a leading developer and manufacturer of off camera flash equipment, is happy to announce the new LP739 Double Flash Speedring Bracket. After more than a year of development, we are successfully launching a bracket designed to mount two hot shoe flash units into most softboxes on the market, including their own durable softbox line. Inspired by an idea from a passionate salesperson at one of LumoPro’s authorized dealers, we worked hard to make this lightweight, rugged, and affordable bracket a reality. Using strong magnesium alloy and sourcing the most reliable parts for the cost. The LP739 allows photographers to adapt almost any flash and radio trigger combination into the ring to shoot into softboxes up to 4’x6’. The kit comes complete with a carrying case for easy, on-the-go photography. The LP739 is now available for order at authorized dealers Midwest Photo Exchange in the US, and CameraTools in the EU.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Two light break down

Here is a photo from a recent shoot that I had with the very talented Portland Oregon based model Dominique Valdovinos.

We went out to a local collage campus with fantastic cement walls for this shoot. By the end of the night we were locked in the campus, watched a hawk eat a small bird right in front of us and found a mock up of a hospital room filled with fake patients. All in all it was a great location shoot!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

LumoPro LP160 discontinued.

October 9th, 2012 — LumoPro, a leading developer and manufacturer of off-camera flash equipment, announced today that the LP160 Quad-Sync Flash is currently at the end of its life cycle and will be discontinued. When introduced in July 2010, the LP160, LumoPro’s current flagship product, was a huge success. Designed from the ground up for off-camera flash enthusiasts, the LP160 met near universal acclaim. It was affordable. It was loved. It was—and still is—guaranteed out the wazoo.

Monday, October 8, 2012

LumoPro LP160 - This flash should come with a cape!

I have often talked about how much I love the LumoPro LP160 for its dependability and its durability. Once again it has not let me down.