I’ve started working on a course for those Canon users that want to get better exposure with their Canon Flash using E-TTL. Currently, I’m putting the course together and should have it done just in time Christmas.
Update: 2/15/19 The course is fully done and online.
You don't need to take the flash off-camera or own an expensive studio light set-up to create eye-catching portraits that will stun your neighbors. With the information and techniques you learn here you will be well on your way to using the power of E-TTL flash as Canon engineers designed it to be.
The advantage of using a speedlight over a professional studio strobe light
There are many advantages but a major one I’ve found in my photo business is this: Speedlights (Canon spells it Speedlite) have a major advantage when used in low-light situations in combination with TTL (E-TTL II for Canon but I’m going to use E-TTL in short). As most manually operated studio strobes can’t lower their power settings low enough to match exposure requirements in low light. This is especially true when using the higher ISO settings that many of the newer DSLR camera systems now have. And even though studio strobe manufacturers are now adding TTL to their systems, the weight and size of the units are just too great compared to speedlights, in my opinion.
I’ve discovered some ways to create fantastic portraits in low light that just would not be possible with a powerlight or even a flash set to manual power. With Canon’s E-TTL flash mode you combine flash with any low light that is available to you. And I show you exactly how to do this in my course and much more. To learn more specifically what is in the course click on the button above.
To learn more about the online platform that I used to host my course click the link below.