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Sep 26, 2011 23:56 |  #1

Just got my Yongnuo YN 460 ii today. Heres some pictures that I took with it. And yes, I know that 1 and 2 look exactly the same. C&C please!

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Canon T2i | Canon 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 | Canon 18-55mm | Nikkor 50mm f/1.4

  
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Sep 27, 2011 07:58 |  #2

I'm not a fan of having the flash in the shot. Also, it appears you have dust on your sensor. Time for a clean. And with 1 flash, you're better off lighting the side closer to you.




  
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Sep 27, 2011 08:02 |  #3

I think the ambient is under exposed far too much. Open your aperture up. Secondly, the flash may well be better placed in front of your 'athlete' rather than the cross lit set up. This would help reduce the shadows crossing his torso. Finally, a softer light would also help, so find a piece of white card a couple of feet square and fire your flash into it as a reflector. This will help 'wrap' the light around him too, making the flash lighting less obvious.




  
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