A rose by any other name - would be a carrot ?

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  1. skylark

    skylark TPF Noob!

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    Picture of roses in the garden taken to test my new e-bay prize (A calcuflash II). I forgot to move it after metering - hence the tight crop !

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    Anyway your views on how they look with fill flash much appreciated, is there enough shadow left to avoid a 'flat' image ?

    Taken with Pentax P30T using Kodak ISO 200 film.
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hmph :scratch: ... my immediate impression was "overexposure" and "no more detail in the whites at all" ... sorry...
     
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    No apology needed. If I only wanted positive comments I would show thwm to my non photographic friends and family, you know the "That's nice" type of comment because it's sort of in focus and there's no thumb over the lens :lol:
     
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    Lol thats so true...

    And i'm afraid I have to agree with LaFoto...the roses look overexposed...maybe a play in photosho might help?
     

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