Bears and rocks

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  1. walter23

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    Apologies for the harsh direct shadows from my on-camera flash.
     
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    Good pictures. But where are the bears?
     
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    nice view
     
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    Good Shoot!!!HOw can u get up there?
     
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    ee where are the bears and where's the flash?
     
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    amazing view!-:)
     
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    Pretty harsh shadows from the flash :)

    What were you flying in? Clean windows.

    Eric
     
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    Holy Crap..What a view. Simply Amazing. (great shots BTW)

    Try using the Flash off camera to the right held out about 50 miles or so and upward. Bounce flash might work well also:lmao:
     
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    I think there is a satelite flying over at 1600 hours tomorrow... he can use that as the reflector to bounce the flash.;)




    :mrgreen:
     
  11. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh, that on-camera flash you're using --- looks like a very powerful tool! :D
    But do tell us: where did you fly over?
     
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    hahah ohhhhh that's that!!! hahah ok ok... now I get it :) rotfl :)
     

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