How To Use Flash Photography in Tight Spaces | Justin Yoder
It seems like there is a war going on between flash systems, and I kind of get a kick out of watching them unfold. We have all probably heard the saying, “The best camera is the one you have on you.” The same thing can be said about flashes. If you need six months to save up for an expensive flash, start with something you can get in your hands today. Flashes start as low as $99 with some pretty great reviews. Some can shoot up to $1,000. If you can’t afford the $1,000, but the $99 flash is within your reach, the $99 is the better flash for you. I personally use the Godox V1s which typically run $260. I also have a Godox accessory kit for each of my flashes. The bottom line is the best flash is the one you have or can afford to purchase now.
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