Fill-in Flash for Wildlife Photography: How to Use it in the Field. Fill-flash is a great technique for wildlife photography – if you do it right. In this photography tutorial I show you how to use it practically in the field and get balanced exposures. There’s also comparison photos showing with and without flash, so that you can see exactly how it works. This video is rather epic, weighing in at just under 18 minutes… most of my videos barely make 7! Please stick with it: there’s some valuable information in here.!
Filmed with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX500.
Equipment: Canon 1DX Mark i, Canon 400mm f5.6 EF USM lens; Canon Speedlite Flash 580 EXii.
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Movo GH700 gimbal head:
Canon 400mm f5.6 lens:
Canon 1.4 extender:
Canon 100mm f2.8:
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