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13 thoughts on “Bruce Gilden Challenge Vol. 3 | Testing Out The LightPix Lab FlashQ Q20II

  1. Cool video, you were shooting with an xt2? I was wondering: do you have the flash and camera set in all manual? If so, how do you know what flash power to set it on? As far as I know shooting manually with flash is a bit of trial and error. If your first shot is too bright you just krank down the flash power a bit. But your pictures seemed to be decently exposed right of the first try? Could you explain me why? Thx 🙂

  2. If you want to do a true Bruce Gilden challenge, you have to have the balls to complete the challenge by critiquing your own photos as Gilden would. That was pretty bad. Gilden didn’t do that. Anybody can stand to the side. Let people walk by and flash a camera. You have to find characters, get in their face, get in FRONT of them, block their path, get low, and take a photo very close and have it be properly composed also. That would be a real challenge. They should almost run you over and they will get angry. All of them. You also need to go somewhere where something is happening. An empty street isn’t really the place. If Gilden was reviewing these photos he would say “what is this shit?” 😅 He’ll tell you that you don’t compose well and your backgrounds are total shit. You’ll be angry at first and hurt, but then you’ll think about it and know in your heart he’s right.

  3. You can’t be like Gilden if you don’t have characters. That’s what was missing. Now these are just candids with flash.

  4. Much respect to you for trying this style of shooting with such little foot traffic it's not easy. I think you should keep this challenge going and see the improvements over time. I've taken a workshop with Bruce and from what I got the thing he worried most about was his subject and how he approached them right before taking the photo, don't worry too much about composing. I'd suggest working on body language and quickness. You've already overcome the biggest obstacle which is having the confidence to take the photo something I struggle with if I'm not in a certain state of mind. Hope to see more!

  5. Your lens hood is mounted BACKWARDS!!! That's like fingernails on a blackboard!
    $70 for the light is about $40 too much. It's worth $30, TOPS!

  6. Thinking of trying a similar setup with my GoPro mounted to my backpack for hands free POV and live streams – just waiting on the clip from Amazon. Your results looking pretty good there. 👌🏽

  7. I'd love to see more videos on the Fujifilm XF10. Similar to the "30 Minutes With The Fujifilm XF10" or talking on film simulation, your edits (before/after), etc..

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