NB: This series of posts will convey my understanding of flash photography. While I hope it serves a useful purpose, I by no means describe this series as a be-all, end-all resource on flash photography. As ever, if you feel I have made a factual error, please correct me.
This post is my final in this series, and is intended to integrate the last four flash photography posts. Sadly, due to some serious time constraints this weekend, I haven’t been able to spend as much time taking pictures with as many different flash setups as I’d have liked. In addition, my Metz mini octagonal soft box arrived this week, so I had to dedicate a fair portion of my free time to familiarising myself with its use in the field (namely, the back garden). So, whilst not an exhaustive summary of the series, here follows some photos showing what can be achieved using some of the different elements of flash photography I’ve discussed over the past four posts. As is customary in most of my recent posts, the captions are comprehensive, and probably longer than this paragraph. Oh, and Metz is mentioned a lot, too. 🙂