What are hot shoe flashes and why to avoid the straight flash
Reading your flash's LCD and making your small flash large
Bouncing the flash off a white wall will create a more pleasing effect
Use the ceiling to bounce light onto the subject
Your on-camera flash can be used to control other off-camera flashes.
Programming the on-camera master flash to direct remote flashes.
Beginning to use more than one flash to light the subject.
Program the master to use only the off-camera flash
Recover your image by making adjustments to the flash settings.
Diffuse the light with a tri-grip reflector
Create more elegant light with an overhead flash and a hand-held tri-grip
Using a c-stand with a skylight panel to create a softbox effect
Bouncing multiple lights off the wall
Introducing a small softbox into the photo shoot
Diffusing the softbox even further with a hand-held reflector
This setup features two strobes firing through a panel from above the subject
Bouncing a strobe off the floor as a fill light
Bringing in a third strobe to use as a backlight
Bring in a little more glow with a reflector for the fill light