A BIT OF SCIENCE: LIGHT

  17.04.2017   Gyuri   Advanced, Concept   No comments

The Visible Color Spectrum Light is the visible part of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. The spectral sensitivity of the human eye spans a narrow range and under normal circumstances

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Flash 101

  11.03.2016   Gyuri   Advanced, Concept, Flash   No comments

Flash 101 The second you decide to start using a speedlight (the flash) you enter a seemingly complicated world, the world of lighting. You are no longer accepting light as

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