Going remote with strobes


Adventure Photographer Michael Clark shares his experience & strategies for success when taking strobes into the most remote and inhospitable environments.

Michael Clark is never afraid of telling his secrets of photography, and here is why.

“When people look at my pictures, they see the end result and say; Wow, he just walked out there, put up a light, shot the scene and the picture came out somehow.

The reality is, I put up a light, I play with it, tweak the light and try a lot of other things to get that final result. That’s why I’m not afraid to tell people exactly how I’ve done everything, I can tell you every single thing I know, but you still have to go out and practice and do it. You have to take the time and the energy to go to actually apply it and figure it out.”

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