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Sony has changed flash hotshoe mount formats from the A99 forward, which makes things very confusing as there are older flashes and older bodies trying to attach to the other mount.
Gary Fong unboxes the new "Studio To Go" complete lighting systems, which has abundant video support for getting the best results.
Learn how to configure your Sony camera for autofocus tracking with moving objects or people in motion.
An excerpt, on the pressures of intimidation, from Gary Fong's platform presentation at WPPI 2014
An excerpt from Gary's 2014 WPPI platform presentation on what happens when you turn "pro" prematurely.
A quick demonstration on how to create spot-on accurate color using the Gary Fong Color Reference Kit.
A step-by-step video sharing how to activate High Speed Sync with your Nikon camera and Phottix Odin Transmitter.
In this video, Gary Fong shows how to ease your way into the Sony Mirrorless system with ease and comfort.
Gary unboxes the new Sony A7ii and provides a detailed, side-by-side comparison with the Sony A7.
A step-by-step video on how to update the firmware in your Sony camera.
Learn how to achieve flattering, even illumination for group photos in front of a Christmas Tree.
This video is assignment three from the Studio-To-Go series where Gary shares how to created a colored wall for a dramatic portrait using the Canon 5D Mark II
Learn step-by-step how to create a low key portrait indoors with a soft hairlight using the Studio-To-Go kit and a Canon 5D Mark II.
A step-by-step guide to achieving dramatic low key portraiture in a simple room with a chair using his new “Studio To Go” kit with a Canon 5D Mark II
In this demonstration, Gary Fong shows how to use multi frame auto high dynamic range for interiors with a huge exposure difference between the window and the interior using his Sony A7R..
The Sony Alpha autofocus sytem tracks faces like a robot, and allows you to "register" faces so that they are prioritized in an order you choose - but what happens if you want to shoot a different face than the one automatically selected?