Knome Dome Mini Slave Wide Plus

December 9, 2009

Regular readers will know that I’ve really been studying photography in the past year. Last week I took a class on taking holiday portraits and we focused heavily on the use of various types of strobes. My favorite is the Knome Dome Mini Slave Wide Plus. The idea is that you place the Knome Dome (or two or three) at various places throughout the area you wish to light. When the flash on your camera goes off, all of the Knome Domes will automatically go off. Maybe you are shooting portraits of a group of people. The flash on your camera would add a shadow on the wall behind the people. Place a Knome Dome or two behind them and they will light the wall and keep the shadows to a minimum.

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