Usage of Canon Flash
Canon has released a number of external flashes that can be used in different types of photography. Each type of photography will have its own specifications about the type of lighting necessary to make the image really stand out. That is where it is essential to identify where to use a particular Canon Flash. The Speedlite series manufactured by Canon has a number of different flashes that we will be focusing on.
Canon flashes for travel photography
An ideal flash for travel photography is the one that is lightweight and easy to carry around. The Canon 270EX Speedlite is an ideal flash to carry with you on your travels. It is powered by two AA batteries and can just be slipped in to your pocket if necessary. It acts as a great alternative to your cameras built in flash as it adds a little more intensity and can also be tilted to bounce the light off the ceiling or other surfaces. To know more about this Canon flash please visit FotoZZoom for more information.
Canon flashes for portraits
Having a quality portrait means that the lighting and flash placement must be spot on. The Canon 580EX II Speedlite is the ideal flash for portrait photography where most professional photographers will use a multi-flash system. The major benefit to this Canon flash is that it can act as a master flash to all other slave devices via the in-built wireless flash system.
Canon flashes for macro photography
Macro photography usually entails capturing a close-up image of a small object. An ideal Canon flash for this particular situation would be the Canon 430EX II Speedlite. It is powered by 4 AA batteries and the ability to swivel in any direction makes it the ideal macro photography flash. It even has an infrared assist beam for when you are trying to capture a close up image in the dark. To purchase a genuine Canon 430EX II Speedlite, visit FotoZZoom today.