One of my absolute favorite tools is the MagMod MagBox. It’s just the right size for a variety of uses and it’s ? MAGNETIC. You can use it with speed lights, or if you get the mount adapter you can use it with your strobe lighting as well.
Using off-camera flash outdoors doesn’t always have to be over-the-top. It can be subtle and add just a bit of mood to what was a rather dreary day in my neighborhood. For these photos, I wanted to spice up the images just a little bit by adding light. I used my Godox AD200 and my V850ii attached to the MagBox with the MagGrip.
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For the first shot, I just wanted to add a little bit of light. The first image is natural light & the second is with MagBox.
For this next set of images I wanted one that looked almost naturally lit and then another with the MagBox coming from straight ahead to create a very dramatic look.
Keeping with the dramatic vibes… I photographed my model by the gutter and at the same time I also almost gave the world a crack show. (note to self, wear longer shirts) ?
“Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee” — Who doesn’t love a good jump/float photo?
Thanks so much for checking out this post, I’ll leave you with the reflection photo and while you are at if you have any questions or want to drop me a line… find me over on IG @taushadickinson
Model: Brigit McRedmond
Agency: Ophelia Model Management
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