Late Night Flash B&W's (fixed)

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  1. wwjoeld

    wwjoeld TPF Noob!

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    Pulled out the flash for some black and whites, these were my favs

    Comments please.......dont lie to me, i love being critiqued.

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    thanks.
     
  2. luckydog

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    You might want to try bracketing your shots, because each one of those five red crosses look identical :)

    Sorry i see nothing here :(
     
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    yeah i fixed it........dont use Fotki as your host...it dont work
     
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    they look rather interesting ... i would experiment more with different angles :D
     
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    I think you've got a good idea here, but you have to get that flash off the camera. Side lighting would be much more dramatic, and it'll make them seem special. Front lighting is too common, too familiar to the viewer.

    Use a flash cord and hold the flash as far out to one side as you can. Or even have a tripod or friend hold it even farther out to the side.

    You can even try this without a cord if you have a helper or a camera on a tripod. Set the cam for a slow shutter and then manual trigger the flash (with button on flash) when the shutter opens (and before it closes!). I've used this technique to photograph people lighting fireworks.
     

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