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The wreck

By Sillu
I used off flash for this with the transmitter on camera.
Im not so sure about this one.
I know i am going to have a lot of negative comments so if any have idea i will go and take some shots as well of this..

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paulbroad 13 131 1289 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2017 8:15AM
Don't assume negative. This is quite interesting, a good viewpoint and worth discussion.

It is a touch under exposed giving an overall darkness. You could have done with part of the hull nearer a correct tone, with the remainder and surroundings then falling away. More of a spotlight effect. The thing is, once you have taken the trouble to set up, shoot a few dozen frames. Alter flash power and target on each one.


banehawi Plus
16 2.3k 4163 Canada
19 Feb 2017 2:15PM
Like Paul, a little brighter, and better with all of the front of the boat.
dudler Plus
17 1.3k 1698 England
19 Feb 2017 6:53PM

Using flash off-camera out of doors makes the risk of underexposure considerable: the range of a flashgun often depends on having light reflected from walls and ceiling: out of doors this can't happen, and the result is that yodon't have as much range as the markings on the gun may suggest.

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