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Outdoor Flash photography course - Practice

Outdoor Flash photography course - Practice

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Photography practice course Outdoor Flashes at various locations.
Anyone who knows me knows that I love strobes and flashes. And that I'm always looking for that great photo that is flashed and doesn't look flashed.
That's why I often get the question: "When is the best time to flash?"
If my answer is " Stop flashing inside and start flashing outside ", I often get back: "What kind of weird advice is this again?".
We humans are very conditioned and like to stick to old principles: when it is dark inside the flash goes on and outside there is enough light not to flash.
When I ask if they are satisfied with their indoor flash photos, the answer is invariably: "NO, because that's why I ask you for advice".
"And what about your outdoor photos?", "Well, they could be a lot better if I compare them with your photos!".
I also know exactly what the problems are:
Indoors in the dark, the flash must give a lot of light. The light does reach your subject but not the background, so you get white heads and a dark background. Really such a typical flash photo. That's why this standard indoor flashing is not a good idea.
And outdoors, you get shots where eyes are often dark, faces have weird shadows, and your subject blends into the background, doesn't really stand out.
That's why flashing outside is a very good idea. Just look at the photo below. The left is not flashed and the right is....
And did you know that the color temperature of your flash is the same as the color temperature on a sunny day?
That's not for nothing!! Speed ​​cameras are designed to be used outdoors on a sunny day.
In the distant past, however, someone thought that flashing in the sun is very stupid and very smart in the dark.
And even though we know that we won't get nice pictures with this, we still see this as the truth.
That's why I'm going to help you take better pictures outside. And I also explain how to get better photos with flash.
We go out with a group to take pictures outside with flashes. With your regular reporting flash. We'll get the most out of your flash and take photos like you've never taken before. And don't you have a flash? No problem, I'll bring flashes so you can participate in everything.
And I'm sure you'll never use your flash the same again.

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Production and materials

All tubes are handmade in the Netherlands in our production facility in Breda.

The tubes are made of high quality plexiglass and are treated with an antistatic cleaning agent.

All Folomov products come directly from the manufacturer (no intermediaries) and are made of high-quality aluminum.


The LightTubePro is 1 meter long, has an outer diameter of 30 mm, a wall thickness of 2 mm and an inner diameter of 26 mm.

The TravelTubePro is 70 cm long, has an outer diameter of 30 mm, a wall thickness of 2 mm and an inner diameter of 26 mm.

The Folomov flashlights on this website all fit in the tubes.

Care Instructions

The tubes are best stored in the TubeBagPro , in a non-humid place.

Clean the tubes with a soft cloth and possibly with an antistatic cleaning agent for plastics.

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