Last month I was in Tucson, AZ teaching a Speedlight workshop Popular Photography Magazines "Mentor Series". I was teaching along with my friends, Dave Black and Lucas Gilman. It was the first time that the Mentor Series had offered such a specialize workshop dealing with just lighting with speedlights.
Here is one of the photos I took as a demonstration using just a single grid on an SB-800. I've ben using the Rogue Grid System for about a year now, I just love it. The grid comes with 2 different grid sizes, a 25 degree and a 45 degree grid, when both are positioned together you get a 16 degree grid. If your looking for a cool grid system, check them out, I carry two with me.
One of our location photographing was the Pima Air & Space Museum southeast of downtown Tucson. One of the models which showed up was a gal dressed like the cultural icon Rosie the Riveter from the second world war era.
I position her under in front and below an airplane which was fitting for that time period. The first exposure shown here is what the camera deemed normal.
I then deliberately underexposed the next frame by about 1 stop before turning on my flash.
If your interested in learn how to get studio quality light using your speedlights, join me for one of my Small Strobes, Big Results workshop. I have space still available for my August 18th workshop here in Denver. For more information about my workshops and how to register click HERE
I might also add that I'll be teaching at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops August 5-10, 2012. I'll be teaching a course titled Corporate Photography and the Annual Report. If your interested in learning about the exciting field of corporate work, don't miss this workshop! For more information regarding enrollment click HERE.