Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by The_Eagle_Has_Landed, Mar 23, 2005.
On board flash is a no no.
hit return after pasting the link for each photo so that it doesnt strech the screen so much
What kind of browser are you using? It doesn't stretch the screen for me, its just one right after the other.
The screen stretched out for me. I'm using IE.
It is really obvious in pics 2, 3 and 5.
ok advice, but ultimately wrong
Explain? I think it's pretty obvious that the onboard flash was used and caused harsh light/shadows.
The question is, do you want soft lighting to take pictures of old rusty cars? There is a place and time for everything.
I love the contrast and colors in pics. #4 is probably my favorite. I don't like #1 at all.
That is generally when the on-camera flash is your primary light source .
it was a overcast day and i needed the extra light of the flash, some of the picks have to much flash, but when i tried to shoot with a longer shutter speed, the pictures allways came out hazy and not realy vivid
you can always use a piece of scotch tape over the flash head to absorb and diffuse some of the output, your hand can also be used to shape and bounce the light too
i never thought of the scotch tape thing, should try it, i tried using hy hand over the flash but everyway i did it i got a shadow line across some part of the picture
don't use your hand, you'll often get a skin colored tint to the pic and can't control the output
I like to use thin white computer paper, I can add layers as necessary for more or less flash.
it works for a bounce card
use a business card if nothing else
Thats what I do when I have nothing else. Works ok. Usually I have my 550ex with me so it isn't too much of an issue but in a pinch it works.
Nice pic's. But i'll agree with the flash being a no no. as you can really tell it in some pic's. other wise very nice