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parv

Order of second & third images, as presneted, seems to be out of sync with the order in which they were described.

Christine

I disagree with the above post - but then again - I am an amateur photographer. But - I have used my flash to bounce of light ceilings indoors and I achieve similar (definitely not as professional) results as the third pic. If I use the built in flash -I usually get that annoying hotspot flash.

Dick Wood

What flash did you use? Was it a Quantum, as other flashes don't have a very high guide number.

Ken

Christine - When the Original blog was posted the 2nd and third images were out of order, they were corrected after Parv's post

Ken

Dick - I used a Metz 58 AF-1

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