Flash Explained, Simply.
Get Professional Results with Your Flash, Every Time.
Finally, eliminate the stress and guesswork. Ed Verosky’s Guide to Flash Photography shows you exactly what you need to do to get amazing flash portraits starting now. Get my favorite techniques and lighting setups compiled from several of my other books and tutorials. Everything you need to know about flash is here, in one easy reference guide.
I’ll show you how to make the most of a single flash unit, plus how to put together a complete portable studio out of two or more flashes. I’ll also cover my Standardization Principle; an incredibly simple approach that will totally take the guesswork out your of indoor or outdoor flash photography. Not a lot of complicated techniques; just the ones you’re going to need.
Easy, Step-by-Step Instructions
What People Said About My Previous Flash Book…
After reading your Boudoir Photography book, I just had to know that you published a book about Flash Photography to instantly buy it. [I’ve read others, but] you are covering the topic in another way, with STANDARDIZATION being the key word here. It’s the most important word in your book, next to all the useful information. Another big plus is the many lighting setup diagrams you put next to many of the photos. Especially for those who’s native language is not English (like me), a diagram is more useful than a thousand words. Ed Verosky, thanks for this book! — Marcel Lüttmann
This time out, Ed tackles the (seemingly) daunting subject of flash photography. And he makes it all so un-daunting! As Ed details in his new book, there are easier, hassle-free and, literally, guaranteed ways to achieve terrific results with your flash photography. All you have to do is take the time to learn them and practice them. These aren’t mystical “Secrets of the Pros” revealed. These are hard-and-fast skills you can learn to access whenever you need to. It’s all about taking the time to upgrade your knowledge and your know-how. — Jimmy D
Are you ready to shortcut your learning curve, and improve your flash photography skills today? The advice is right on target. Ed keeps it simple, and shows you exactly what to do in many situations. What makes this a great resource is how he presents the material. By seeing both the diagram and the final image, along with the description of how the final result was achieved, it’s easy to set up your own subject in a similar manner. — Virtual Photography Studio
I had planned on reading this book over lunch the next few days. However once I picked it up I couldn’t put it down. You explain things very easily. I’ve picked up numerous techniques that I will put to practice immediately. — Scott Walter