How to use Canon Speedlights with multiple flashes

One of the questions I get most of on how to use off camera lighting.
I have posted various lighting tutorials and info and you can browse through some of them in this category:
Digital Photo Buzz Lighting Tutorials

But today I ran across a really great video that I think many of you will love. If you have some time to learn sit back and watch this video, its very long (almost 2 hours) and the video itself is from a lighting seminar at B&H photo so not a glamorous on location production video but packed with very useful stuff. It’s from Syl Arena who is a great teacher of photo lighting. A little more about the video:

In this Canon-specific workshop, you will learn the how and why of using multiple Speedlites off-camera. Our emphasis will be on the wireless system built into Canon Speedlites. We will explore all the settings on both the master and slave Speedlites.

Also check out a few of our more popular Lighting articles here:

Controlling your Canon Speedlight from your camera

A quick 3 light setup for wedding portraits

Photo of the week – using off camera lighting

Using fill flash to improve your photos

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Author: Mark

Mark is a fine art wedding and portrait photographer from Northern California. He has been passionate about photography since childhood and started his studio 12 years ago to bring a fresh style of photography to the wedding and portrait world.

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  1. I always wondered how to do that. Multiple flases are cool.

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