How to Incorporate Motion into Flash Photography Part II | Mastering Your Craft

In this video, Pye is going to break down how to add visual interest by adding motion into your flash photography photos. In Part I, he covered how he captured this image using a tripod to and flsah compositing technique. In Part II, he will cover how to composite the two image together using Adobe Photoshop.

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Products Used:

Canon RF 28-70mm f/2:

Canon EOS R Mirrorless Full Frame Digital Camera:

Profoto Air Remote:

Manfrotto MK290XTC3-BHUS 290 Xtra Carbon Fiber Tripod:

Production Equipment Used:

Canon EOS C200 8.85MP PL Mount 4K UHD Digital Cinema Camera Body:

Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Zoom Lens:

Benro S8 Tripod:

Blue Yeti USB Microphone:

Adobe Premiere Pro:


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