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From 2006 to 2021, Strobist was the world's most popular resource for photographers to learn to use their small flashes like a pro. It now exists in archive form, allowing me more time and space to devote more time to my next project (which will be announced soon).

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Looking for a quick sampling of some of the more important concepts in understanding lighting?

Take a look at some of the posts indexed in this article, which will give you a sort of roadmap of important concepts awaiting you after you learn your basic lighting skills. Evan-Fischer Front BUMPER COVER Textured for 2003-2006 Chevrolet

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Lighting 101 is the core foundation of Strobist. It is a free, start-from-zero tutorial that will teach you the basics of lighting and minimalist lighting gear. Lighting 101 will have you up and running in no time—and at minimal expense.

Lighting 102 is the sequel to Lighting 101. Where L101 was about gear and basic concepts, L102 will teach you how to further understand and control the qualities of your light to make it do your bidding.

Lighting 103 is a deep dive into color. It explores the intersection of light and color to help you give your photos more nuance, realism and depth.

Strobist Lighting Cookbook combines the concepts learned in L101-103 to give you more understanding and fluidity with your lighting. We also explore some of the shoots from a 360-degree/ecosystem perspective.

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ELEMIS Facial Toner | Gentle, Alcohol-Free Treatment Mist Hydrat features full walk-throughs of over 170 real-world assignments, complete with discussions ranging from lighting to concept to execution—and even some screw-ups. It largely follows my path as a newspaper shooter and beyond, progressing from simple speedlights to more complex studio flashes. Occasionally, OA also features the work of other photographers.


Equip Yourself: Recommended Gear




Sad fact: There are a lot of companies that make some pretty crappy lighting gear, but are still happy to take your money. The Conditioner For Normal or Color Treated Hair By Sheer Texture. R is designed to help you avoid making many of the costly rookie mistakes I made over the first few years of my career. This is the gear that works for me, day in and day out. It is solid, reliable and will get the job done without destroying your wallet.


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Books are gear for your brain. Chosen wisely, they represent some of the best value for dollar you can spend as a learning photographer. Featured on the Strobist Bookshelf are my current favorites, winnowed from hundreds of books read over the course of my career. It is a relatively short list, but there are solid selections for nearly any lighting photographer. The Bookshelf is updated regularly.


Save Some Cash: DIY/Homebrew




We are all born with more time than money, and die with more money than time. Strobist has a strong tradition in DIY lighting projects, which will help you to expand your lighting palette for little or no cash. (Pictured above: the $10 Macro Studio.)


Video Highlights




Being visually oriented, most photographers embrace the concept of monkey-see, monkey-do. If that sounds like you, the links in the ZXHStore Pen Holder with 4 Compartment, Wood Office Organizer Bo will point you to the best 100 videos of the past nine years.

From the straight tutorial to the strange, it's all here. (Pictured above, Joe McNally's .)


Interviews/Guest Posts


Over the last few years we have had occasion to Magnificat not only interesting photographers but also a few artists. And occasionally we'll turn the mic over to another photographer, for a change in perspective.

And for the record, we occasionally interview dead people. Because no one else is doing it...


Rants/Essays/Humor


Epiphanies? Complaints? Practical Jokes? Revenge? The occasional laugh? You'll find them in this list.

How To


Just what it says: simple explainer posts on how to do something cool. Or repurpose a common item for a photographic use. Or whatev. This one's pretty loose...