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Review – Yongnuo RF-602 Radio Slaves

The Yongnuo RF-602s have been in my bag for several months now, which has given me plenty of time to work with them. For those of you who…

September Update

Not much personal photography the past few weeks, due to a mix of work and play.  Well, work and work is more like it…business work and at-home work….

Updating my radio slaves

The time has finally come to set aside my now-vintage Cactus 16-channel radio slaves in favor of the newer Yongnuo RF-602 series.  If you’ve been with the blog…

Saturday Light – Para-Dice

It’s time for another installment of Saturday Light – two Saturday’s ago, to be precise, when I shot local hip-hop artist Para-Dice. This was a new sort of…

DIY Multi-Speedlite Mounting Bracket 2

Right now my last blog post, where I shared my Rubbermaid-based DIY flash bracket, is getting all the attention – mostly because DIYPhotography.net featured it yesterday (which is…

DIY Multi-Speedlite Mounting Bracket

Today, following a trip to the hardware store/Lowes, I’ve got my own DIY multi-flash Speedite Mount.  DIY dual mounts are pretty common these days, and there are a…

Saturday model shoot – Theory

I’ve got a friend lined up to model for me Saturday evening, once I return from a photo-related meeting upstate (more on that later, hopefully!).  I’m hoping to…

DIY Flash Bracket

Last time I posted, it was regarding my designs for a DIY version of a flash bracket I’d found online.  Well, a few hours between Lowes and Home…

Speedlite Flash Bracket

Came across the CheetahStand site the other day while researching some options for Speedlite compatible softboxes.  Their gear looks impressive – I’m especially tempted by their octobox, which…

Canon Wireless Flash System

With the introduction of the EOS 7D, Canon finally took the initiative to play catch-up to Nikon in an area where they had been woefully lacking: wireless flash…

How to make a DIY Flash Extender

A flash extender, in case you’re wondering, is a device designed to extend the range of a flash (duh), most commonly a hotshoe-mounted Speedlite style flash.  They are…

Canon EOS 7D – Review: Part 2

Last time I talked about the physical features of the new 7D. This time I’m going to talk about some of its more advanced features, edging towards the…