My first wedding - pt5

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  1. eclipse13

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    These were VERY difficult to get. The aquarium was super dark and the glass made flash hard. I had my girlfriend (also a bridesmaid) stand about 8 feet to the left with my flash.


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    The lighting is pretty harsh. Are you using on camera flash?
     
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    Could you not use bounce flash?

    Maybe try a tripod?

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  5. eclipse13

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    When I tried to bounce the flash off of anything, there wasn't enough light for the proper exposure. I tried (black) ceiling, and there weren't any walls to close enough. I also tried a black piece of card stock that someone on here suggested, but to no avail.
     
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    I'm new but i feel it can be fix by PSP or lightroom, am I wrong?
     

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