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Old 8th of March 2009 (Sun)   #1
Froggeh
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Default Morning Energy - C&C Please

I'm just getting to grips with my new toy, a 580EXII. However, with this shot I couldn't find a way of preventing the striped reflection using any kind of bounce. As it's 4.40 AM in Sydney, you can probably tell where the idea for this photo came from. Is there any way of doing these shots using flash without the slight speckle of the flashgun, arc of light and stripe of reflected light?
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