enlight photo orbis® interview – Mona McKinstry

September 17, 2013
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  Born and raised in Santiago, Chile, Mona grew up surrounded by colouring books, paper, and crayons. She took her first photo at the age of ten with her mother’s compact Kodak camera. When webcams came along she used that to take pictures of things. Then her parents gave her a real camera and she couldn’t.. read more →

enlight photo Interview – Dave Sanderson

April 26, 2013
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You might recognise the photo above by Kiwi photographer Dave Sanderson – it’s featured on the packaging sleeve for the orbis® Ring Flash and orbis® system. We’ve wanted to interview Dave for ages about his amazing work… and at last here it is for you! Dave is all about personality and truth. He works to.. read more →

enlight photo at Focus On Imaging 2013 – Video and Photos

March 22, 2013
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You may have been to the brilliant Focus On Imaging 2013. If you missed it, check out these videos and photos I shot, and that were shot of me!     The official Focus On Imaging blog featured me too… have a read here. Definitely the first time I’ve been mentioned in the same paragraph.. read more →

Photography Abbreviations Simplified and Explained!

March 8, 2013
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The other day I was explaining to someone how easy the orbis® is to shoot with. “You just leave your flash on TTL,” I explained. “I don’t know what that is,” she said. Quietly, as if that was something to be ashamed of. It isn’t. Photography is more filled with acronyms, abbreviations and codes than.. read more →

James Madelin on Cameradiner discussing in depth shooting tips, tech and more!

February 18, 2013
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A couple of weeks ago as snow storms hit the UK, I appeared on CameraDiner, a fun new Youtube live chatshow. It’s a one hour twenty minute show full of really interesting insights into how the orbis® was developed, using ioShutter SLR to shoot long exposures outdoors, a closeup look at the ioShutter SLR functions.. read more →

Shortsighted? Find out why you see clearer on a sunny days!

February 8, 2013
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An unusual topic, thanks to an unusual day we enjoyed last weekend. The day we enjoyed was unusual because it was sunny… something pretty unusual here in the the UK. I noticed as we tore up the highway (at responsible legal speeds of course) that my usually short-sighted vision was nearly crystal-clear. If you’re shortsighted,.. read more →

Interview with orbis® Ring flash photographer Glynn Lavender

January 16, 2013
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Photo caption: Using his regular speedlight teamed with his orbis ring flash off-axis (to one side of the camera), pro photographer Glynn Lavender got this great photo with soft shadows and flattering light. Australia-based photographer Glynn Lavender is well known both in Australia and the USA for his 30-year involvement in the photo industry and.. read more →

enlight photo Gear in the Desert

January 8, 2013
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Here’s our latest newsletter… If you’d like it delivered straight to your inbox, jump on board by pinging us your email address. It’s easy, fast and free and we never spam you… only sending out news when we’ve got something we know you’re going to enjoy! In This Issue ioShutter SLR in the Desert Pro.. read more →

PDN PhotoPlus Conference + Expo 2012

October 24, 2012
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Come and see James on stand #1137 during his live enlight photo demos every day at PDN PhotoPlus Conference + Expo, sign up for our newsletter and be entered to win some fantastic prizes! Thursday and Friday, October 25th-26th: orbis, Trio of Frios and an official enlight photo T-Shirt! Saturday, October 26th is the BIG GIVEAWAY: orbis, ioShutterSLR (for Nikon or Canon), Trio.. read more →

Love of the orbis® ring flash Part 1

October 17, 2012
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Every now and then we get an email, message or Tweet from someone happy with their enlight photo gear. Sorting through our office the other day after a big move, I found an email we got a while back from a British photographer. Here’s what he had to say: “Hi there, I don’t often feel.. read more →