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Dec 28, 2004 05:03 as a reply to  @ post 361335 |  #16

Fabulous photos, beautifully posed and perfectly exposed.

I am interested that you used bounce flash - hence the absence of shadows. It has been my impression that bounce flash can give rather flat photos - not here though: perhaps the answer is a powerful flash like your 550 EX. I had been considering the purchase of a s/h 380EX - I'll now reconsider that!




  
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Dec 28, 2004 07:05 as a reply to  @ colliewalker1's post |  #17

colliewalker1 wrote:
Fabulous photos, beautifully posed and perfectly exposed.

I am interested that you used bounce flash - hence the absence of shadows. It has been my impression that bounce flash can give rather flat photos - not here though: perhaps the answer is a powerful flash like your 550 EX. I had been considering the purchase of a s/h 380EX - I'll now reconsider that!

Thanks for your comments, I thought this puppy was long gone! I think the look of bounce flash has alot to do not only with the height of the ceiling but also the angle of the flash head. I now try to adjust the angle depending on where I am in relation to the subject to get the look I want, just like moving my umbrella.
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Dec 28, 2004 08:59 as a reply to  @ scottbergerphoto's post |  #18

Scott:


What a great bunch of lovely pictures. I love them all but this one

http://www.pbase.com …ergerphoto/imag​e/37802841 (external link)

cracks me up. My own daughter is now 22 and past this stage (barely) :D

but I remember this age well.

Happy New Year.


John
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