It’s been a couple months since I first bought my first flash trigger and receivers, and let me tell you, I’ve never looked back. I lost my Canon infrared flash commander at a festival I was shooting at, and decided that it was time to switch up to radio transmitters and receivers. After deliberating over Pocket Wizards and Radio Poppers, I was being continually put off by the price, and then I came across the Phottix Odin.
Because of the time in which we live, we’re fortunate enough to be able to take advantage of new camera technology at a much lower cost that ever before, and with that comes a whole new range of photographers. It’s one thing to develop your skill, it’s another to start your own career, but hopefully this article will help you on your way.
The buttons you press on a camera to produce the right exposure in low light, are all the same as when you shoot in the middle of the day; the same rules of exposure apply, it’s just a little harder to get there. When there’s less light in a scene, you have 2 choices; either you create more light yourself or you change the settings on your camera to react differently to the light available. Read more to find out how!