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July 8, 2016
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Some of my wife using my new off camera TTL system first time. 2.jpg3.jpg5_pp.jpg6-best.jpg9.jpg10.jpg11pp.jpg12.jpg

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I like the one with the lion the best.
You might want to crop the bottom to remove the pieces of broken stone.

Nice shot.

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I think you did a great job by using it for a first time. Interesting use of hair light. In terms of composition I like #7 the most. But I do have a feeling that you added bluer in post, correct?

Do you use any modifier on your flash? 

August 12, 2016
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Probably Oksana, i do a rough edit in lightroom using the color balance (warm/cool). Then to photoshop for most things.

I was thinking about “what if….you dialed down the flash exposure comp. on camera and it still wasn’t enough for your liking (flash still too bright)(but i think i got that under control now)…………next best thing would probably be to dial UP a slower shutter speed to the background and flash are both close in exposure. Then, lower the overall exposure later in processing.    You can only keep so many notes. It’s very hard to encompass too many things while actually doing it. I spend more time weeding out my notes than saving.

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