- Daniel Linnet's tips on White Balance and Speedlite Gels
Two Speedlites placed right and left to the camera to fill in the shadows at the front and side of the car (not facing the sun). Both flashes are gelled warm to match the colour of the afternoon sun.
You will notice that your new 600EX Speedlite came with a pack of two warming gels and a holder that fits over the front of the flash.
Single off-camera Speedlite gelled warm to mimic the colour of sunset.
Daniel Linnet is a Sydney based commercial, fine art photographer and educator, specialising in portrait, automotive and the environmental photography. A master of photography with the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, Daniel also founded and runs Sydney Photographic Workshops.
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