I began my journey as a portrait photographer quite obsessed with the premise of blasting large studio strobes through giant modifiers. It was my workflow for years. In studio, I’d usually be washing my model with giant waves of light and on location I’d lug big, powerful strobes along with huge lengths of extension cords so that I could plug in and not bother with heavy battery packs. About a year and a half ago I stopped using my big strobes completely and eventually ended up selling them in favor of completely switching to small flash.
About The Author
Former Associated Press photographer and photo editor using his only skill set. Primary instructor at the Westerville Center for Photography.
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