- Synthetic Lighting for Photography
This website uses photographs to show the different ways a still life scene can be lit to demonstrate how light affects a subject. The examples use single as well as multiple lights to present an overall view of working with lights in a studio to achieve your desired results.
- Photo Tech Magazine
There are a large number of articles on this website dedicated to the art and techniques of studio lighting. Topics include everything from working with one light in various positions to working with multiple light to light a large scene. There is information on using electronic flash, studio strobe, as well as hot lights.
- KODAK: Flash Photography
On this website you will find information regarding all aspects of flash photography. There are chapters for working with manual and automatic flash units, metering, changing shutter speeds, working with fill flash, and flash synchronization. There are also tips on how to prevent flash failure and how to compensate for the causes of light loss when using flash with certain methods.
- Electronic Flash Information
This website covers every topic related to electronic flash. The main page has a table of contents from which you may choose the topic of most interest. There is a glossary of terminology used when talking about flash and tutorials on how flash works, using guide numbers, synch speeds, and flash units with controllable power sources.
- Edgerton Photo Center
This is the homepage for the Edgerton Center, which presents work and ideas developed by Harold Edgerton who was the inventor of the electronic flash and high speed photography. Included on this site is an on-line gallery of high speed photography using flash.