This topic has been one of my most requested; I think the idea of shooting film with flash can be a bit intimidating, but let's break down a few simple tricks that I love to use.
Direct flash can be incredibly useful for two reasons: it allows you to shoot film at much higher f-stops at lower light and it's relatively easy and consistent to get the hang of. Let's look at a few ways that I use direct flash in my film work:
Wish I Wish I Knew About Film Photography When I First Started Shooting Film
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P I N I T F O R L A T E R
Ever wondered about the film gear I use during my portrait sessions and weddings? Take a look inside my camera bag to discover which cameras I use and why, which film stocks I keep on me, and how I distinguish which camera should be used at any given time.
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A Mix of Film & Digital Photographs
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