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Richard Walch Puts the Profoto B1 Off-camera Flash to the Test

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We call the new B1 an off-camera flash, because it is not a speedlight and it is not a monolight. It is a new kind of flash that brings a whole new way of shooting.

It has TTL, so you get a perfect exposure in a flash. It is battery-powered and cordless, so you can take it with you wherever you go and put it wherever you want. Add to that the power, speed and light shaping possibilities that Profoto lights are known for, and you have an off-camera flash that makes great light easy.

Photographer Richard Walch brought a couple of B1 off-camera flashes and two top-ranking BMX bikers with him to a marble quarry in Italy for some serious action shots. Click play and prepare to be amazed.

For more information about the B1 off-camera flash, go to www.profoto.com/b1

For more information about Richard Walch, go to www.richardwalch.com
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We call the new B1 an off-camera flash, because it is not a speedlight and it is not a monolight. It is a new kind of flash that brings a whole new way of shooting.

It has TTL, so you get a perfect exposure in a flash. It is battery-powered and cordless, so you can take it with you wherever you go and put it wherever you want. Add to that the power, speed and light shaping possibilities that Profoto lights are known for, and you have an off-camera flash that makes great light easy.

Photographer Richard Walch brought a couple of B1 off-camera flashes and two top-ranking BMX bikers with him to a marble quarry in Italy for some serious action shots. Click play and prepare to be amazed.

For more information about the B1 off-camera flash, go to www.profoto.com/b1

For more information about Richard Walch, go to www.richardwalch.com Show less

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