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Little Rock, US
A coworker asked me to take some shots of his fiancee and himself for a wedding invitation. The lighting was really high contrast where we were. Between the SB600 and LR, I think I managed to balance out the lighting.Comments welcome.D600 ISO 100 - 70-300mm VR @280mm - SB600LR 4.4
David "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof " - Carl Sagan
San Pedro Garza García, MX
#1. "RE: Balancing the light shot" | In response to Reply # 0
Yes. Good shot.Straight TTL|BL ?
Have a great time :-)JRP (Founder & Administrator. Mainly at the north-eastern Mexican desert) Gallery, Brief Love StoryPlease join the Silver, Gold and Platinum members who help this happen; upgrade.Check our workshops at the Nikonians Academy and the Nikonians Photo Pro Shop
#2. "RE: Balancing the light shot" | In response to Reply # 1
>Yes. Good shot.>Straight TTL|BL ?TTL|BL|1/200 Auto FP since my shutter speed was 1/800th - I was trying to not stop down more than what I needed for the shot.Here's another. This one is same setup, f/7.1 1/500th.
#3. "RE: Balancing the light shot" | In response to Reply # 2
At that focal length and shooting distance f/7.1 was barely enough.Perhaps by design?Well done!
#4. "RE: Balancing the light shot" | In response to Reply # 3
JRP,I was definitely going for a big differential focus shot in both images, to keep the couple as the primary subject matter of the image.Regards,
#5. "RE: Balancing the light shot" | In response to Reply # 4
You really know your lens Splendid use of it and a good example of what can be done with it.