This month is was easier than ever to spot the most popular blog stories. The announcement of the B1 off-camera flash caused a stir unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. Here are the five most popular stories surrounding its release, plus a story about the new RFi Speedlight Speedring. Enjoy!
Introducing the B1 Off-camera Flash
We call the B1 an off-camera flash because it is not a speedlight and it is not a monolight. It is a new kind of flash that brings a whole new way of shooting
Michael Mueller Shoots Skaters Rushing Down a Mountainside at 100 km/h with the B1 Off-camera Flash.
The B1 is a cordless off-camera flash with TTL, designed to not only catch the action but also freeze it in time with absolute sharpness. So it seemed only natural to give it to a photographer whose images are oozing with adrenaline.
Richard Walch Puts the B1 Off-camera Flash to the Test
Richard Walch had long fantasized about combining action photography with rocks colored red and blue with light. But it was not until the B1 off-camera flash was introduced that he and his team discovered a solution for how to do it.
Light Shaping Tool of the Month: RFi Speedlight Speedring
Turkish photographer Maneki Neko shot some truly wonderful on-location portraits on the streets of Istanbul with the new RFi Speedlight Speedring.
Igor Artetxe’s B1 Off-camera Flash Marathon
Spanish portrait photographer Igor Artetxe runs around Barcelona in a cheeky effort to put the B1 off-camera flahs?s portability to the test.
Next week we will release a couple of new products and publish a new Light Shaping Tool of the Month piece. Stay tuned!