“From Prep to Page”, the first mini-documentary from enlight photo:
Sit back, put your feet up and follow orbis™ shooter and adventure photographer Graeme Murray from prep, to packing, to shooting an editorial mountain-biking assignment.
Watch Graeme on assignment 6 hours into the deep New Zealand rain forest as he carries all his gear in, through and out. See his location lighting setups and the results.
Then see the beautiful Carena West filmed with a Voigtlander 58mm f1.4 bring the short film to a conclusion.
A cool Orbis™ portrait in three steps… anywhere, every time…
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Photographer Irwin Wong from Japanorama.co.uk shows you how to use the orbis™ to get quick, clean shadowless light at a party and demonstrates some advanced off-lens setups in the studio. Read the article at http://Japanorama.co.uk
The basics of setting up Nikon’s Wireless “Creative Lighting System” using a Nikon D90 and an SB800. With some examples of off-camera flash photos with and without the orbis™ ring flash. The pop-up flash on the D70, D70S, D80, D90, D200, D300 and D700 can all be used to fire Nikon flashes wirelessly, check your manual for details.
All of these have a similar setup screen that you’ll see in this video, except the D70 and D80. There’s a Nikon online help topic to find out more here: http://twu.sh/aBz . Thanks to Anita, the model, from issis.co.nz for her help.
Sime reviews the Orbis ring flash in comparison with The Ray Flash for The Digital Photography School.
Commercial photographer John Bell using the orbis™ ring flash for an assignment for a Jelly Bean campaign. Shot using an orbis™ ring flash with a Canon 580EXII as the main light and a beauty dish to one side to provide shadow depth to the beans. The camera was a Canon 5D at ISO100, 1/160, f8.0. Check out more of John’s cool work at http://www.camera.id.au.
David Hobby from www.strobist.com first look: Quick unboxing vid of the Orbis™ ring flash adapter with some comparisons between this model and the Ray Flash ring flash adapter.
You can buy The Orbis™ in the UK from: www.snapperstuff.com
Full list of UK & Ireland retailers here: AUTHORISED UK & IRELAND RETAILERS