Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Rosy, Feb 24, 2012.
Happy Friday ALL
please give me your WONDERFUL advice
DSC_1762 by casualapproach, on Flickr
Was this on camera flash or did you have it camera right?
It could be because her hair is the lightest but the light looks hotter on the girl on the right.
Here ya go Rosy- http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/...274748-how-white-balance-rgb.html#post2515099
As for the image, if you're going to use flash for portraits, you really need to invest in an off camera flash. The oncamera has a unfortunate trait of making images a snapshot.
YEP - got an SB900 and know how to use off camera flash
call this incident - LAZINESS and hurry up before it gets too dark
THANK YOU FOR THE LINK
When you're outside, you might not have anything to bounce it off of. Look into some pocket wizards, or variations of
I would slow the shutter. Maybe 1/40 and even higher the ISO. Unless thats what you really want, just shadow of the trees
and avoid flash all together
what about the flash at camera right and a reflector on opposite end
0.017 sec (1/60)f/8.042 mm3200-2/3 EVOn, Return detected240 dpi240 dpi
Open up your aperture.
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