A series of shots taken during lock-down exploring the use of off-camera flash. My 'studio' was an alcove with a set of shelves and a home-made table-stand. The light source on the left was a pretty basic flash head complete with wireless trigger and soft-box. On the right a glazed door allowed in plenty of daylight if wanted. By balancing the aperture of the lens and the shutter-speed, more or less flash and/or daylight can be metered in.  These are probably the most successful shots.