Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Lights, Camera, Action

Just me, the only available model.
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Yesterday was spent learning how to use multiple flashes in aperture mode. This is where you set your camera on the aperture you want, and the flashes synchronize and work to get a correct exposure. Today, I have started working in manual mode. I am testing each flash at different aperture/speeds, and learning to get the correct exposure. Now, that the idea is in my brain, it is easy. You just have to set everything where it belongs and shoot, shoot, shoot. It does help to have a great flash unit like a Nikon SB800.

2 comments:

  1. thanks for the photo tips!
    even though i've taken lots of pictures, i'm still learning different techniques. Later G

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  2. thanks for the photo tips!
    even though i've taken lots of pictures, i'm still learning different techniques. Later G

    ReplyDelete

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