Friday night is night caching night, we hooked up with some of the other members of the Order of the BFL and, after marking a birthday at Tuckers, we went night caching in Brampton.
I’d already been to this cache, so instead of sporting the GPS, I zipped ahead to stage two of the multi and setup two flash units to capture the bird house in a different way from the daytime visit I had here a month ago.
The rest of the night I wandered around trying out various manual exposure and flash exposure combinations – both handheld. I’ve also grown a bit more comfortable shooting at ISO 400 knowing I can get a good exposure when I add a bit more available light.
A great resource for off camera lighting is strobist.com, and I recommend reading “The Moment it Clicks” by Joe McNally once you’ve finished the Lighting 101 and On Assignment sections.