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Gerd Ludwig on His “Invisible Flash” Technique

  Photographer Gerd Ludwig is a lighting master with TTL strobe lights. He uses them in unusual and unpredictable ways to direct the the viewer’s eye through his photographs, convey a sense of place, and define his visual style. Yet his strobe lights are all but invisible, blending with available light sources. In this video,... The post Gerd Ludwig on His “Invisible Flash” Technique appeared first on PDNPulse.
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