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Moving Up to Moving Your Flash Off Your Camera

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Off-camera flash is something that excites a lot of photographers. However, it can be a little tricky to take your flashes away from the camera. We'll walk you through everything you need know.

From selecting the perfect gear, setting your camera and flashes to full manual mode, and looking at some awesome lighting setups. In today's tutorial, you'll learn how to rock off-camera and cut the cord to better flash photography.


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