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The Speed of Light DVD about Nikon Lighting System
Mark Peters : May 13th 2005 - 16:00 CET
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NikonThe Speed of Light DVD about Nikon Lighting System : Nikon teamed with Joe McNally, one of today's most talented and respected professional photographers, to produce The Speed of Light, a DVD highlighting the Nikon Creative Lighting System. Joe McNally, a LIFE magazine staff photographer, was described by American Photo as "perhaps the most versatile photojournalist working today". Joe is well known within the industry for his ability to produce technically and logistically complex photography through his expert use of color and light. Join Joe on location in Las Vegas as he takes you through ten shooting scenarios. Learn how to get more from your Nikon SB-800 or SB-600 Speedlights by watching Joe as he works.
The Speed of Light DVD about Nikon Lighting SystemNikon Speedlight System
The Speed of Light DVD starts with a simple one-Speedlight solution and advancing to more creative and challenging multiple wireless Speedlight set-ups that showcase the ease and versatility of the Nikon Speedlight system. Professionals and amateurs alike will learn how the Nikon Creative Lighting System lets you tailor the light to the scene - and to your imagination. As Joe points out, spend a little time with a Nikon SB-800 and SB-600, and they quickly become essential creative tools.

The Speed of Light - Features
- Lighting schematics of selected scenes
- Overviews of the Nikon SB-800 and SB-600 Speedlights
- Behind-the-scenes commentary from Joe, revealing his photographic approach
- Joe’s reasoning behind his lighting set-ups

The Speed of Light - 60 minutes DVD
This DVD lets you go on location with an award-winning professional photographer and discover his state-of-the-art lighting techniques that rely on the powerful and portable Nikon Speedlight system. Approximate running time is 60 minutes.





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