Zack Arias Earns His “OneLight” Keep with a Crappy Kodak Compact

by on July 22, 2012

in Photographers

Kodak C142

Zack Arias is known for his OneLight mantra and has been making waves for the past few years as a standout commercial and editorial photographer in Atlanta.  Kai over at DigitalRev got him out in a Chinese back alley for a round of Pro Photographer Cheap Camera.

In this episode, Zack gets stuck with a full-auto Kodak C142 digital camera and a single speedlight.  Then, he has to figure out how to make the two work together and turn out something respectable.

It’s worth a watch to see just how much Zack can pull out of a $79 camera and a single speedlight.



{ 1 comment }

1 Gordon Moat July 24, 2012 at 4:27 am

Sometimes necessity drives our choices. I’ve heard some photographers carry lots of gear simply because they think their clients expect it. After spending many years carrying a ton of gear, I am now moving towards lighter gear that allows me to be more nimble. This is what I see in the basis of “One Light”.

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