Lighting O/T

Started Feb 19, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Re: Lighting O/T

searun wrote:

Thanks. You know, we Olympus shooters have to fend for ourselves. At least it seems that way to me. The Canikon guys have it all baked and ready to eat, plenty of books, tutorials etc. There are some tricks to know indoors, of course. If I screw up indoors it is all my fault. Outdoors, I don't have a clue.

Yep the Canikon guys have all the toys available. As to out door lighting if one looks at whats available for Nikon as to remotes and controllers and stuff it's scarey. We just get the fire or don't fire stuff.

I have set up some remote lighting before to give  some fill light . Then a ibis took a liking to it and knocked the stand over and  the sparrows  pooed on it. Next time I think I will put it in camo housing. The other problem is the other shooters (If there are any around)  get a bit peeved

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