Thank you for all the likes in 2019 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.Read More
Frank Doorhof explains how he freezes motion to capture hair flips and other action shots.Read More
Want to get professional results with speedlights? Frank Doorhof created this dramatic portrait using Nissin flashes and Rogue light modifiers.
Watch the video showing Frank set up the lights and discuss how he created this image.Read More
“You seriously need these gels!” - Gustavo AlfaroRead More
Enter the Digital Photo Pro Magazine Portraiture Photo Contest for your chance to win a Nissin Di700A + Air 1 Commander Kit AND a Nissin Carbon Fiber Light Stand... along with a ton of other great prizes.Read More
Though gels are often used to correct colors or to create a bold dance club look, I think they’re a blast to use for creative fun. I often use them to change the color of an outdoor background while leaving the model’s skin color the same. That means I can add more blue to a sky or warm up the sky for a sunrise look while keeping the model looking normal.Read More
Digital Classroom LIVE with Frank Doorhof is an interactive, free, online photography workshop. Click on the link to see Frank demonstrate his small flash workflow using Rogue Light Modifiers.Read More
Adding light with a flash on location often means using speedlights because they're small and versatile. But a small light source will create a harsh look. One great way to enlarge and soften the flash is with Rogue FlashBenders. They’re small and fit easily into your bag, but they work wonders. See how and why I use them in this blog post and video.Read More