The gel takes a bit of the flashy edge off it by warming up the subject.On the other flash I have a ball bungee attached to strap it to a chair leg or small child, a trigger and a mini stand.I keep it like this in my bag like a light-grenade, ready to deploy whenever I can be bothered.Yong Nuo 622 Triggers – just like Sex Panther, these bad boys work 60% of the time, every time!
Having access to a seemingly infinite amount of alluring photography gear via my work with this site, you’ll probably be disappointed to hear that my own camera bag isn’t the treasure trove most would expect.
Neewer CN-160 LED Panel – I keep forgetting to use this for night portraits, but it’s always much easier to pull off than OCF. Since then he’s kindly sent me lots of toys to review, but I’m glad I paid full price for this thing.
I love wysiwyg photography – EVFs, continuous light… I get a compliment on it at every wedding, and it does the job of holding two cameras at once without making me look like SWAT enforcement. All I really need is one camera and one lens to shoot a wedding, not because I’m a great photographer, but because I’m actually quite dumb and my pea-sized brain can’t handle too many options…
I love the image quality, in particular the tones which I find even better than my D750.
On the other hand, I hate it because the autofocus is utter crap.
It features backpack straps, which I use when I travel via my maxi-scooter—a heavily modified Japanese thing I brought over with me when I left Tokyo to come and live here. Nikon D750 x2 – the picture quality is great, but the main reason I use the Nikon D750 is the flip-out screen.