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May 2018 Photo Contest Winner

Here's how Bas Schurink created this winning shot:

I made the picture in a tiny space of maybe 8 x 10 feet.  To make a portrait in this small space I needed to work efficiently and use gear that took up a minimum amount of space.  I decided to use a Rogue FlashBender....

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We posted so many wonderful shots in May. Thank you for all the likes and an extra special thank you to the photographers for creating and sharing these awesome images!

Check out the complete blog post for links to the photographers Instagram pages and descriptions of how the images were shot using Rogue Flash Modifiers.

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Enter our #RogueFlash contest for your chance to win a Loupedeck Editing Console for Lightroom. 

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When shooting at a trade show, Frank Doorhof likes to demonstrate creative uses of light using Rogue Flash Modifiers.

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Thank you for all the likes this month and an extra special thank you to the photographers for creating and sharing these awesome images!

Check out the complete blog post for links to the photographers Instagram pages and descriptions of how the images were shot using Rogue Flash Modifiers.

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It's too often that photographers can over-complicate a shoot with ideas involving multiple lights, flags, and other modifiers. Some shoots, in reality, call for a much more simple approach. Watch as Jeff Rojas demonstrates how to use window light, harness it, and use it to assist him in filling in deep shadows.

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Light is a tool that photographers can use to create a completely different environment, style, character, or in this situation all three! Watch as photographer Tom Bol uses a few flashes and Rogue modifiers to show how easy it is to capture a unique character.

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A wedding album isn't complete without detail shots that were so carefully chosen by the new couple on their special day. There are plenty of shots not to miss on the wedding day, we talked about Capturing Wedding Details Part I: Bridal Bling, so let's now take a look at what we can do with the groom's gear.

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Boudoir doesn't always require a large studio, several lights, or different modifiers. Sometimes you can keep it simple and get things done with a reflector, a window in a home or hotel room, and some easy posing tips!

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For some photographers, head shots are the bread and butter of business. If there's anything that a photographer should always have in their (mental) tool kit, it's a go-to simple 1-light head shot.

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