Photography podcast #109 features an Interview about flash photography with well known photographer Joe McNally. Joe has been shooting for decades for well known magazines life Life, Sports Illustrated and National Geographic. He was in town giving a seminar on the variety of lighting techniques you can achieve by using just one or two flashes. After the seminar I sat down with Joe for this quick interview to talk about flash tips. In this podcast we talk about diffusing your flash, triggering your flash and Joe talks about personal projects.
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