Why you should take 100 photos of a mug…
Strobist photography is made harder by the fact that you are trying to capture something that only exists for a fraction of a second. Using your flash off camera is much more a process of creation, rather than just recording something that already exists, as with traditional photography.
It’s no secret that I am an absolute coffee fiend, so I love taking the opportunity to combine it with photography. Here’s how doing just that will help you master strobist photography in no time.
- Camera: Canon 5D MkIV
- Lens: Canon 50mm F/1.4
- Flashes: 600ex-rt
- Accessories: 2 light stands, 2 light brackets, 1 Westcott Apollo, a tripod & RF-602 Triggers A tripod, a Westcott Rapid Box Duo, a boom arm and a Canon ST-E3-RT Trigger.
- Shutter Speed: 1/125th
- Aperture: F/1.4
- ISO: 100