If you own a mirrorless camera or have a DSLR and you're one of them shutterbugs who don't want to carry those bulky and heavy speedlites, let me introduce the Meike MK-320 with TTL function. It's half the size of a regular speedlite with all the features of a regular one having a flash head... Continue Reading →
DSLRs have built-in white balance correction presets. Usually, they are "sunny", "cloudy", "shade", "tungsten", "flourescent", and "flash", with estimated Kelvin/color temperatures. In certain cases, these presets may not work precisely to show the natural colors of your photo subjects. The two photos below show two preset white balance correction: the "Auto White Balance" and the... Continue Reading →
Want to have a soft box for that awesome portrait shots but it's bulky on the go? Introducing... Pixco Portable Diffuser Soft Box for the strobists! It fits all types and kinds of speedlites and is only about Php400 (about US$9) at Lazada Online Store. Just got mine delivered today! :D:D:D
To flash or not to flash; that is the question! Whether you want it bright or full of shadows; Joyful to see or feel the sorrows; Blinded by the light until tomorrow; Aye, to flash or not to flash; that is the question!
I use the Canon EOS Rebel T5/1200D for my DSLR body. I have two telephoto lenses, the Canon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 and the Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3. I usually take shots on the streets with the Tamron lens since it is lighter in weight at 450 grams compared to Canon's 600 grams. Tamron has an "Infinity" focus... Continue Reading →