“Making Light 2: Advanced Use of Off-Camera Flash” by Piet van den Eynde

by Klaus on October 20, 2011

in Hot Offers & Discounts, Photography, Photography

New eBook Available

MAKING LIGHT II takes an in-depth look at how to get the most from your off-camera flashes. Piet takes you beyond sync speed and softboxes and gets into the details on working with multiple flashes, modifiers, and triggering systems for both Canon and Nikon.

This massive eBook also includes 10 case-studies and 4 interviews which provides the context necessary to put these insights into action; as well as, tips on what to put in your gear bag. These advanced techniques are the perfect follow-up to the first Making Light eBook and it is an inspired how-to guide that masterfully explains the theory and concepts behind making beautiful photographs.

Discount Codes

Making Light II is now available for PDF download for $5, or pay just $4 if you use coupon code MAKINGLIGHT4. You can also download 5 or more PDF eBooks at 20% off when you use the discount code MAKINGLIGHT20. These codes expire Monday, October 24 at 11:59pm (PST).

Making Light Bundle

Get both PDF eBooks for just $8. There’s no product page for this package on the website but you can purchase your two-eBook package by simply clicking this direct shopping cart link.

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Veronica Cervera October 21, 2011 at 03:29

When the first book was released, it made a buzz in the market since the book is not only for professional photographers but also to aspiring ones. I read the book and it’s very informative and gave valuable tips about photography. Because of the 1st book’s success, there’s no doubt that the second book will be a hit. I will definitely grab a copy of this.

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Kate Brown Wilson October 22, 2011 at 13:02

This is what I’m waiting for the release of making light 2, because when I buy the first book of this it made me think that maybe there will be a book 2 which will helps me to gain more idea for my photography and it seems like i have to grab the book before it will be out of stock.

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[email protected] microscope camera October 25, 2011 at 02:11

I did get a lot of ideas, it is very useful especially for those who are aspiring to be photographers.

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James November 5, 2011 at 04:16

This is an awesome blog. Thanks for sharing and I agree with Kim that it is very useful. Will share it with my friends.

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