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bio website nickbedford.com
location Brisbane, Australia
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I'm a hobbyist photographer from Brisbane, Australia focusing on promotional, entertainment and editorial portraiture.


Nov
7
comment For a novice to flash, what color correction gels would be best to experiment with?
Yeah. A CTO gel (in whatever strength) will shift the colour toward the cooler, but more orange tungsten white balance.
Nov
6
answered For a novice to flash, what color correction gels would be best to experiment with?
Nov
3
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
3
answered Is there a difference between a large, far light source, and a small, close one?
Nov
3
comment Is there a difference between a large, far light source, and a small, close one?
@ysap they wouldn't look the same size. The lines going from the sources to the subject are different angular sizes. I'm not arguing that the diagram is incorrect. It isn't. But the question isn't the same as what that diagram is depicting.
Nov
3
comment Is there a difference between a large, far light source, and a small, close one?
@ysap the question is talking about the difference between light sources that are visibly the same size to the subject, being physically different in size depending on distance. Your example doesn't show this, instead showing the difference between apparently different sized light sources.
Nov
3
comment Is there a difference between a large, far light source, and a small, close one?
The size does not matter. It's the apparent size, measured as an angle (10 degrees at 10 meters is going to be larger physically than 10 degrees at 5 meters, but given the power to reach the same exposure at 0 meters), the difference is only in how quickly the light diminishes as it carries on past it's subject.
Nov
3
answered What is the difference between a softbox and a shoot-through umbrella?
Nov
2
revised How to capture the scene exactly as my eyes can see?
Spelling 'perceive'
Oct
31
comment What would be a suitable camera for a non-aspiring beginner travel photography?
I think they're designed like that (apart from the super zoom lens) to make it look like they're big and flashy when in reality they still have the tiny, noisy sensors.
Oct
31
answered What single zoom lens should I take on a vacation to Europe?
Oct
30
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
28
answered How do I reduce the light from the pop-up flash as a wireless controller on a Canon 7D?
Oct
27
answered How does commander mode on a Nikon camera body differ from commander mode a on SB-700 Speedlight?
Oct
27
comment How does commander mode on a Nikon camera body differ from commander mode a on SB-700 Speedlight?
Do you mean using the SB-700 on the hot shoe vs using the built-in flash?
Oct
26
answered When is it OK to place the subject in the middle of a picture?
Oct
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
24
comment Is camera flash actually harmful to infants or newborns?
That being said, when your eyes are adjusted for low light, firing off a flash on 1/1 power is not pleasant. The chemistry and sensitivity of your eyes are something to consider when using flashes. Of course, if it's indoors in the middle of the day with a decent amount of light then you have nothing to worry about.
Oct
20
answered What's the best website for showcasing my work to the public?