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Off camera Flash

The four things I’d buy right now to get started using off-camera flash with my Canon DSLR
Thoughts from my first boudoir session
My first time using LuminarAI to replace a sky
Learning about off-camera flash: A landscape photographer’s first portrait session
Creating Valentine’s themed macros and flat lays for fun and profit
To meter or not to meter — is that a question?
Equipment that will take your photos from zero to hero for less than $400
Lume Cube 2.0 is a brilliant addition to your photo or video gear bag
Skating The Ramps With Platypod Max And MagMod
How to Transform Your Travel Tripod into a Light Stand for Flashes
Gear Review: Impact Large Clip Clamp with Ball Head Shoe Mount (a.k.a., Justin Clamp)
Studio Tip: How to Manually Control the Zoom Head on a Speedlight.

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How to Transform Your Travel Tripod into a Light Stand for Flashes

Being an outdoor/adventure/”hike all over the place” type of photographer, I love any gear that can do more than one job, without weighing a ton.  When you have to backpack everything in, you learn to simplify and use as much multipurpose lightweight gear, as possible.
One trick I have learned is to turn my Oben travel tripod into a light stand for flashes or continuous lights.  At just a few pounds, it’s light enough to hike with, and serves double duty as either a camera or flash support. This versatility means it gets a place in my pack, instead of staying home with more specialized gear that won’t make the hike.

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FEATURED_lightstand-tripod

How to Transform Your Travel Tripod into a Light Stand for Flashes

Being an outdoor/adventure/”hike all over the place” type of photographer, I love any gear that can do more than one job, without weighing a ton.  When you have to backpack everything in, you learn to simplify and use as much multipurpose lightweight gear, as possible.
One trick I have learned is to turn my Oben travel tripod into a light stand for flashes or continuous lights.  At just a few pounds, it’s light enough to hike with, and serves double duty as either a camera or flash support. This versatility means it gets a place in my pack, instead of staying home with more specialized gear that won’t make the hike.

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