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15 years of software engineering: mostly C++ , python
currently use: Ruby, Rails, git, Mac Os

interests: functional languages (especially haskell), Go (the game), DRY code and way to achieve it, maths.

environment : vim, tmux, Colemak.


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awarded  Editor
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revised Would it be better to use hotshoe flashes or studio lights for a product shoot?
own answer
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awarded  Scholar
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comment Would it be better to use hotshoe flashes or studio lights for a product shoot?
I'm going for the studio lights
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accepted Would it be better to use hotshoe flashes or studio lights for a product shoot?
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comment Would it be better to use hotshoe flashes or studio lights for a product shoot?
I would prefer manual to auto, because I have a couple of pictures to do, and I would like them to all look the same, whilst spending as less time as possible in post-production
Jul
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comment Would it be better to use hotshoe flashes or studio lights for a product shoot?
Can't I use the built-in flash to trigger the off-camera flashs or lights ?
Jul
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asked Would it be better to use hotshoe flashes or studio lights for a product shoot?