The new Clic Softbox Octa generates a soft and flattering light ideal for close-up portraits, flat-lay, and still life/product photography with the Profoto A-range flashes.
It’s all about who you know… at least that’s how the saying goes out here in Hollywood. A few months back, I decided to take full advantage of one connection.
One of the advantages of using high-speed sync off-camera flash is for shallow depth of field portraits.
One of my favorite things about studio photography is that it provides a blank canvas for endless possibilities.
Who loves shooting a session through golden hour and sunset? I know I do! But why stop at sunset, especially now during the winter months when days are shorter?
Working with quick changing light sources (like the sun) can be tricky, but Profoto's OCF Softbox 3' Octa Saved the day.
On a recent trip to New Orleans we rented this bad ass Airbnb in the warehouse district, the one thing you will see are the killer windows very much part of those old warehouse buildings.
Photography is a creative space that is always changing. From new ideas to old, from old techniques to new. It is always changing, and the rules are being broken all the time. The old school advice has given way to the new cool techniques.
Getting started with off-camera flash is already scary enough, right? Now add the element of a dark night sky and trying to create portraits that doesn't look like artificial light has just been thrown in with no control and it's an entirely different ballgame.
Ever wanted to learn new lighting techniques and have fun with photography without the pressure of another human being staring at you the whole time? My name is Alissa Cincotta and this weekend, I’m going to be doing some self portraits in our home in O’Fallon, Illinois using the Westcott FJ80, the Westcott FJ200, and the Westcott Universal Wireless Flash Trigger, the FJ-X2m.