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    This post may seem boliao (sorry hor), but i jus wan to ask something.



    The above was taken with the lens cap on my bed and flash on. Guess it's overexposed from the histogram.

    Are the spots dust particles on my lens?
    Last edited by ptred; 2nd December 2004 at 01:30 AM.

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    Yep... it's flare, use a len hood

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    I tried using the lens hood supplied with the cam.. Got a shadow in the middle bottom instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptred
    I tried using the lens hood supplied with the cam.. Got a shadow in the middle bottom instead.
    That's probably due to your flash

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    I can't seem to see any pictures. Only the image hosted by clubsnap photograhy galleries sign.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny
    I can't seem to see any pictures. Only the image hosted by clubsnap photograhy galleries sign.

    Cheers,
    Tt's wierd.. Looks ok to me...

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    Use a ext flash if u are using the len hood to overcome the shadows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baileys1
    Use a ext flash if u are using the len hood to overcome the shadows.
    Thanks baileys1

    Hw much will an average flash cost?

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    not sure if normal flash is for blasting at close range like that anyway?

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