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Studio Exercise with Flash


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Nikon Shooter

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This session with 4 students was aiming to introduce them to
working with studio flash and their many modifiers

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Nice! The last three years I have been going back and forth on Profoto and other brands. Lately, I have been torn with paying extra premium for the Profoto B10 and the budget price for a Godox AD400 Pro (which I would use a Profoto adapter because I do like the gel system).



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I do like the gel system.

 

For me, this is a complete well thought out solutions system.
I've been an exclusive user of their products all through the
said creative system. Get the B10 if you can. ;)



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Time to swallow the pill and except I have to pay good money for good equipment  :mellow: