The Godox AD200 and it's flawless integration with the Godox V860II-N, the best TTL flash around.

- Author: Motti Bembaron -

My journey into photography started over ten years ago as a digital album maker. The progress from making albums to taking pictures was an easy transition. Starting with a tiny budget, I acquired a three year old camera with a plastic kit lens. I took countless photos with it and many of them are still my favorites.

The Godox AD200

AD200 with Fresnel head

a complete photography kit for events and portraits As a location photographer, I always lug equipment to people's home, offices or a venue. Even a small family portrait warrants 2-3 equipment bags, if not more. When looking to upgrade my tools I needed them to be mobile and reliable, however, I also needed it to be quick to setup. One thing I wanted most of all, no cables. It can get rather interesting when kids run around and touch every cable you take out of the bag. They are known to break and it's just one more thing you might forget behind. Forgetting a small cord means a lot of weight carried for nothing. So my new motto was NO MORE CABLES. It means , battery and radio receiver both have to be contained…


Developing post processing the heart and art of portrait photography

Beauty Photo Retouching

Post processing has always been an art form. It gives photographers the tools to artistically complement and enhance a photo after it was captured. Post processing helps us to either bring a photo closer to how we saw it or to emphasize a certain character to create a unique mood. It is truly the art of portrait photography. The makings of a beautiful portrait Photographers do all they can to capture the best photo when taking the shot. However, all photographers will tell you that, regardless of how good the photo comes out, it must go through some level of post processing. This should be done to each and every photo you, the client, receives as your final product. Simply put, in the digital era, 'post processing' or 'photo editing' is the equivalent of…

Photography Tips

Take better photos of your children and family

Children Photography

Children photography, how to do it better It's summer, your kids are having fun getting dirty, or just being kids. Your camera in hand and you are ready to freeze those moments that will soon fade into the past. Sounds simple enough but anyone whoever photographed kids knows that it is a much harder than it sounds. Here are some tips to get you started. 1. Use a zoom lens (warning: Geek talk) Although it is not a gear related article, this is a biggy. If you shoot with a DSLR and you want to capture many great photos of your kids, get a mid-range zoom lens, period. Get one that gives you a wide angle (18mm or so) and goes above 100mm. There are plenty of excellent mid-range kit lenses that are light…

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