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Daisy doing homework
Daisy doing homework
The portrait project rolls on. Actually I had a bit of a breakthrough today. I've been frightened to push the ISO because of noise, worried to slow the shutter because of shake, concerned about opening the aperture and narrowing the DOF too much.... well I took one earlier and just said to hell with all that I'll set it how it needs to be according to the light. The result was a much brighter sharper image with more punch and oomph. Being so much brighter meant less to do post process and so less noise introduced after the event. Wish I could retake this now, ah well, we live and learn. Techy bit: In a conservatory on shaded side of the house, early evening. Hand held Sony A580 with antique Minolta lens (?25 ebay). Off camera Metz flash to the left of model bounced up and left away from model. Gold reflector to right of model. Model trying to get on with homework!
Monoblock 1/8000s @ f/4 ISO 200 X-sync cheat
Monoblock 1/8000s @ f/4 ISO 200 X-sync cheat
Finally I have corrected the exposure by opening up the aperture to f/4. You can see some shadow at the top and the lighting is still uneven with the bottom of the frame slightly darker than it should be. Nevertheless I am shooting here with conventional flash at 1/8000s. I hope this shows that this cheat is worthwhile for those situations where you need a high shutter speed with flash and the low output available from FP sync mode just doesn't cut it. The extra couple of stops this technique gives you from your lights can make a shot in bright sunlight which would otherwise have you wishing for more powerful lights or some open shade to work in.

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