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Syl Arena studied commercial photography at Brooks Institute and fine art photography at the University of Arizona. Over the years, Syl has shot for newspapers, magazines, and catalogs. He has been recognized for his expertise on color-critical workflow and his ability to turn noon to night by firing off a dozen Speedlites simultaneously. Syl covers the world of photography on his blogs, PixSylated.com and Speedliting.com, and he serves as the Director of the Paso Robles Workshops.
Syl Arena is an excellent teacher. The only reason I gave it 4 stars rather than 5 stars is I purchased the kindle version. Read morePublished 10 months ago by William Wheaton
Well done but dated of course as newer Canon Speedlites i.e the 600RT are not referenced. I gather the author is now writing a new version.Published 14 months ago by D P
I still haven't finished reading it, but WOW Syl know everything about lighting. When I buy a book I have no intention of re-selling it; therefore, I highlight the key points. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rohan Weerasinghe
The author demystifies the dreaded owners 'User Manual' on how to correctly use Canon flashes (or any brand for that matter). Read morePublished 18 months ago by Robert Sheridan
And coupled with his class that I followed up with in December 2012 just fantastic, the book alone is very good - but hearing the logic behind it makes it superbPublished 19 months ago by BigGord
If you are wanting to learn to use your speed light, this is a great book. It even has light set ups. I learned a ton from this. I highly recommend this book.Published on Nov. 17 2013 by Lori Day
This book is extremely well written and well organized. Its easy to follow and understand, and is very thorough with many examples and ideas for better photography. Read morePublished on April 5 2013 by Yvon Lemieux