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Flash Test

By widtink
Been messing about with my new flash (nissin 620 mk2) and been struggling a wee bit i have now sussed out that aperture has a direct bearing on the overall exposure !!! i thought it being automatic the camera/gun combination would compensate for aperture changes.Iam using Nikon D7000 so any advice on using the gun is much appreciated. Ithink the lighting in this one is more subtle than my last effort.

Tags: Close-up and macro Flash and lighting

Voters: NDODS, marshfam19, WhiteRose1 and 1 more


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NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
6 Jan 2013 5:00PM
"A little knowledge is a dangerous thing?" and

"One should never assume, you just ask my wife that?".

You certainly seem to be getting the hang of this rather impressive piece of kit. GrinGrinGrin

Regards Nathan

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ErictheViking 3 124 102 Scotland
6 Jan 2013 5:24PM
Nice shot Rod, was the flash straight the vase or did you bounce it? Only askin for you have a bright spot right in the centre. If its straight ahead maybe a diffuser would take the edge off.

Still better than I can do so well done.

Eric Grin
I can see what ErictheViking is saying and I do agree with him but it still doesn't alter the fact that this is a very good image, well done.

Mary
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
6 Jan 2013 6:17PM
It was straight at it Eric think i will get a diffuser though Smile Iam reasonably happy with this though .
Mary NEVER agree wi Eric the Viking hes a raper/pillager lol thanks for the comments Wink

Rod
ErictheViking 3 124 102 Scotland
6 Jan 2013 6:23PM
Thanks Rod thats just ruined it again fur me ... cheers pal!!! TongueWink
Tibetan 4 3 England
8 Jan 2013 1:06PM
For a straight on flash pretty good, the only other way apart from a diffuser! is if you have a tilt head and can bounce the flash off the wall higher up, looks an interesting flagon, like it nice one Rod, regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

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