Getting The Most Out Of Canon Speedlites, the third in my series of presentations in the Event Space at B&H Photo’s NYC superstore, is now on YouTube. In this video, I talk about how and when to use a single Speedlite on- and off-camera. For tips on shooting wireless, check out my December talk at B&H, Multi-Flash Speedliting (here on YouTube) .

Getting The Most Out Of Canon Speedlites: HD version.

Getting The Most Out Of Canon Speedlites: standard-def version.

In the presentation, I talk about:

  • How To Set The Power in ETTL and Manual
  • Speedlite Settings: Sync, Zoom, Pan, & Tilt
  • Hard and Soft: Shaping Light To Match Your Vision
  • My Favorite Modifiers For Speedlites

For a more detailed look at how I shoot with flash, including footage from a number of studio and location shoots, check out my two online courses at Kelby Training: Working With Speedlites: One Flash and  Working With Speedlites: Multi-Flash.

 

5 Responses to Getting The Most Out Of Canon Speedlites – My Talk at the B&H Event Space

  1. Tomasz Stolz says:

    Absolutely excellent! Thanks for this video!

  2. Dwayne says:

    Thank you so much for this, Syl! I’ve watched it twice already and i’m sure i’ll be referring back to it often.

  3. Anirudh says:

    Thanks for putting this effort into your blog. I am starting out with LumoPro LP160, and might add the 580EX II later.

  4. Stefan says:

    Great video Syl, watching it during my commute (train). Just bought Speedlite 430ex ii and finding your advice exceptionally helpful.

    Just one question, you show some slides during the video for example the chart showing speed, aperature, iso etc. Is this available anywhere?

    Thanks again for a great video

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