Few shots for c&c

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  1. AnthonyB

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    few shots from a friends barn


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    note the very bad eye fixing, havent really mastered photoshop yet lol
     
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    Direct flash tends to flatten objects, casts hard shadows, and generally does not produce flattering images. Diffuse or bounce it.
     
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    I agree with White, a diffuser is a great way to go! depends what kinda of flash you have. I often use my diffuser for my pop up flash. It works great for the times you don't have you other flash or just don't have time to put it on! :)
     
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    yea right now its just the useless popup flash, an enternal and a diffuser is on my long list of things to get
     

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