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Off-Camera Flash Photography
Off-Camera Flash Photography
Neil van Niekerk
Put your subjects in their best light no matter what the setting by taking your speedlight off-camera and creating fantastic portraits with Neil van Niekerk’s expert flash techniques.
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Use light to bring your portraits to life! Harness available light and learn advanced on-camera flash techniques with Neil van Niekerk.
Neil van Niekerk
Neil van Niekerk
Let photographer Kirk Tuck show you the equipment, setup and lighting techniques you’ll need to create alluring, professional-quality studio portraits.
Kirk Tuck
Kirk Tuck
Learn posing, lighting and editing techniques to capture the unforgettable wedding portraits of your clients' dreams.
Neil van Niekerk
Neil van Niekerk
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