|4th of January 2002 (Fri)||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2001
Comments on trip to Vegas
Happy belated New Year to everyone.
These were taken from my 3 days trip to Vegas before the New Year.
Canon EF 50mm f1.4
Canon EF 70-200IS f2.8
+ Cheapo Tripod
Question to those experienced in night scenic and people shots:
Whenever I use the flash for people shot, my background (building lightings) turn more yellow.
See #103 vs 104 or 105 vs 106.
In both situations I used the same aperature and shutter speed settings. the only difference is the flash off and then flash on for people.
How to get the correct color of the background while using flash with night shots?
Thanks a bunch.
|4th of January 2002 (Fri)||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2001
Re: Comments on trip to Vegas
Meter your background ONLY and set your camera to that. Make sure you get your flash off your camera with ST-E2. Hold off to side and diffuse it with something like a lumiquest bouncer or homemade bouncer. Experiment a lot with this and you will get something nice. May have to set flash to High speed sync depending on the background brightness. Diffuse flash so skin tones are not blown out. Take as many pictures as you can until you are happy with results this way. No excuse now to not take a huge amount of test shots.
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