Strobe-On-A-Rope, Episode Three

Way back in the day, when old-skool lighting guru Jon Falk (Adventures in Location Lighting) talked about "strobe on a rope" he meant severing the flash tube and using it with an extension cord for extreme flexibility.

When I talked about it, I meant using off-camera TTL cords, which can even be stacked if needed.

When Wizwow talks about strobe on a rope, he means, uh, tying your flash to an actual piece of string. Seriously.



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