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Feb 08, 2016 16:35 |  #1

Sometimes the simplicity of having the on camera flash can't be overlooked. Especially when shooting location or spur of the moment.

I look forward to see what others are shooting on those conditions.

I'll get this thread started with a shot done at the beach, still sunset. Shot with the hotshoe flash on my film Pentax MX. Fuji film.


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Feb 08, 2016 16:49 |  #2

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Feb 08, 2016 17:27 |  #3

I've never got the hang of on camera, always looked flat for me. Keen to see what's possible.


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Feb 08, 2016 17:31 |  #4

Does bounce flash count?


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Feb 08, 2016 23:09 |  #5

Normally when shooting with flash, I try get it off camera, but there are times when that's not practical. Christmas is usually one of those times since we usually have a house full of company and lots of gifts around the tree. I dug out a couple of images of 2 of my grandchildren taken a few years ago around Christmas.


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Feb 09, 2016 04:48 |  #6

Assistant held a Quantum QFlash Trio Basic about two feet above and to the right of the camera on a Canon OC-E3 off-camera shoe cord while I knelt in the snow. Overcast skies were pretty heavy.


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Feb 09, 2016 06:58 |  #7

geo35 wrote in post #17891261 (external link)
Assistant held a Quantum QFlash Trio Basic about two feet above and to the right of the camera on a Canon OC-E3 off-camera shoe cord while I knelt in the snow. Overcast skies were pretty heavy.

Seems to me then that this is not a shot using on camera flash.


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Feb 09, 2016 07:39 |  #8

bob_r wrote in post #17891079 (external link)
Normally when shooting with flash, I try get it off camera, but there are times when that's not practical. Christmas is usually one of those times since we usually have a house full of company and lots of gifts around the tree. I dug out a couple of images of 2 of my grandchildren taken a few years ago around Christmas.

These look very balanced between the flash output and the rest. I like the results!




  
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Feb 09, 2016 07:41 |  #9

DThriller wrote in post #17890775 (external link)
Does bounce flash count?

I would say yes if it's still mounted to the camera hotshoe. Good question and look forward to what gets submitted!




  
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Feb 09, 2016 07:43 |  #10

Light levels seem very well balanced. I like it a lot!




  
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Feb 09, 2016 08:01 |  #11

I really like this picture, Good job




  
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Here is one from me, on camera flash



  
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Feb 09, 2016 09:09 |  #13

Ok on camera bounce flash

You have to master it for weddings

(not saying I am btw)


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Feb 09, 2016 09:38 |  #14

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Feb 09, 2016 15:27 |  #15

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Here is one from me, on camera flash

Nice!!. I can see the strong backlighting and how well the onboard flash opened up the exposure for her face and the baby.




  
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