17-40mm = No Flash?

Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by vonDrehle, Aug 8, 2005.

  1. vonDrehle

    vonDrehle TPF Noob!

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    This is what several of my pictures taken in the Bahamas ended up looking like. My guess is the built in flash on my camera isn't large enough to make it around my new 17-40mm, and I'm pretty sure I had the hood on for all of these.

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    (This would have been a good one of me :()

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    Let me go ahead a kill 2 birds with one stone...

    Another problem I had, once again with the 17-40mm. But I'm only about 85% sure about that. I would normally have thought something happened when they were getting processed but this happened several times on different rolls of film.

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    I'm just sad these didn't turn out... And I'm missing a roll full of some good waterfall shots.

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    Certainly looks like you are right about the flash getting around the lens, the pop-up isn't going to cut it with that one.

    The other ones look like they might be light leaks, have you checked the seals?

    The last one of the waterfall doesn't look too bad, it looks like you used a slow exposure time to blur the water but went a bit far and over-exposed it a fair bit.

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