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From Below. Most of the photos in this book have minimal post-production alterations—usually just a bit of contrast or brightness work. This is, after all, a book on flash photography and not Photoshop techniques. However, this shot required considerably more work in postprocessing. It was taken on location, not in studio, with the model standing on a sheet of clear acrylic that was inside a wooden frame built for the shot. 580EX II and shoot-through umbrella, linked to the camera with an off-camera shoe cord, to light the model. However, because a 17mm wide-angle was used, the platform frame was visible around the edges. A second ...

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