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How to Shoot with Canon Speedlite Flash Pocketbook

How to Shoot with Canon Speedlite Flash Pocketbook

EOS magazine
(Code: N216)
Availability date: 21 Aug 2020

If you struggle to use your flashgun reliably and consistently, then this little pocketable guide is your saviour. It contains everything you need to know to confidently use the Canon flash system. Thereís guidance on the flash displays and menu controls in-camera, mixing ambient and flash light sources and clear information on how E-TTL works.

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  1. Dark art or light craft? Remembering the settings and features needed to make the most of your Canon Speedlite flash system can be daunting Ė itís one of the hardest areas of photography to master. There are different rules, techniques and, in many cases a different approach is needed when shooting with flash.

    Flash can be powerful when it comes to your pictures. By enabling you to add extra light to the ambient light thatís already present, it can get rid of unwanted shadows and add sparkle to your daytime images. And, at other times, you can be in complete control of the light, when you want your Speedlite flash to provide all of the illumination.

    This concise guide to shooting successfully with the Canon Speedlite flash system by Nina Bailey is like having a tutor in your pocket. It explains how to set up the system to suit your situation, the rules to working with flash and how to deploy the light, whether you need a little fill-in or a powerful light source. Tuck this flash Pocketbook in your pocket or your camera bag, and itís immediately to hand when you need a reminder of the settings needed for flash.

    Like many other areas of EOS camera set-up, the flash system is operated using the symbol driven menu. Thereís an at-a-glance guide to these symbols Ė what they mean and what they control. Youíll have a comprehensive guide to how the flash menus work to control an external flashgun. The numerous overrides are explained, such as flash exposure compensation, bracketing, flash exposure lock and more, plus youíll find out how the exposure mode affects the way that flash behaves.

    There are tips for improving results, techniques such as bounce flash, using your flash off-camera as well as an introduction to wireless flash. This last topic is further expanded in the companion flash Pocketbook in the series, How to Shoot with Wireless Flash.

    This book is fully up-to-date, written to include the improvements being introduced in 2020 with the EOS-1D X Mark III and EOS R5, including additional controls in-camera over the flash output.
  2. Covers information on using the flash system that's applicable to the following cameras and flashguns:
    EOS 1000D, 1100D, 1200D, 1300D, 2000D, 4000D
    EOS 100D, 200D, 250D
    EOS 450D, 500D, 550D, 600D, 650D, 700D, 750D, 760D, 800D, 850D
    EOS 40D, 50D, 60D, 70D, 77D, 80D, 90D
    EOS 7D, 7D Mark II
    EOS 6D, 6D Mark II
    EOS 5D Mark II, 5D Mark III, 5DS, 5DS R, 5D Mark IV
    EOS-1D Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1D X, 1D X Mark II, 1D X Mark III
    EOS M, M2, M3, M5, M6, M6 Mark II, M10, M50, M100
    EOS R, EOS RP, EOS R5
    Speedlite 90EX, 270EX, 270EX II, 320EX, 430EX II, 430EX III-RT, 470EX AI, 580EX II, 600EX-RT, 600EX II-RT, EL-100
    Macro Ring Lite MR-14 EX II, Macro Twin Lite MT-26EX-RT
  3. #OFFERS# Save 10% when you pre-order this book together with How to Shoot with Wireless Flash before 31 July 2020.





 
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