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Studio Tip: Use a Platypod to Hang a Hair Light
By now people have realized the Platypod Max is a very "on the go" versatile tool. Attaching a ball head...
How to Construct the Most Versatile Studio Gear: V-Flats
Flats are large rectangles of lightweight foam core. Theater set designers use them to create background scenery. Their lightweight design...
Studio Tip: The Benefits of an Extension Arm
An extension arm is a versatile piece of studio gear. You can use it to hold a studio strobe, clip...
Studio Tips: Gaffers Tape is the Photographer’s Duct Tape
Gaffers tape—also known as gaff tape—is a heavy cotton cloth, pressure-sensitive tape with strong adhesive properties. Sounds a lot like...
In The Photography Studio – Securing a Radio Trigger
Radio triggers—like a Pocket Wizard or Yongnuo—wirelessly fires a studio strobe or a speedlight off camera. Here’s how to secure...

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