this colour shift is from inconsistancies at varying outputs.. right?

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  1. notelliot

    notelliot TPF Noob!

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    I'm sorry, I wasn't sure where to really make this. it's not about the image, but the light. I fired an SB800 camleft @1/16 and another under the surface at full power. I just wanted to make sure so I can go about fixing it..

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    Totally inconsistent. I doubt a single SB-800 fired cam left could produce a pure white image with the flickr logo bottom right and a message saying "this photo is currently unavailable". I think the highlights are blown out. Although anything is possible if you link to a photo in flickr that is set "private" ;)
     
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    lol, no. I corrected the image, reposted, and forgot about this thread completely. oops. :blushing:

    I'll get it back later today.
     
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    here it is:
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