Honey bee

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by castrol, Oct 7, 2007.

  1. castrol

    castrol TPF Noob!

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    Off camera flash used. Totally addicted to that.

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    Looks good. Did you use the D200 or D70? I think you could have grabbed better results from the D70 because of the higher flash sync, but nonetheless, it still looks good.
     
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    HAHA!! You read my mind. I have been outside over the past 10 minutes trying
    with the D70 at 1/500. Too funny. :D
     
  4. Patricia Kay

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    Lovely flying bee shot...I can feel the the whisper of wind from its fluttering wings....

    Patricia.......:D
     
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    Very nice.
     
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    Here is my shot with the D70 @ 1/500 flash sync.

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