Last edited by wanzw; 7th November 2006 at 10:40 PM. Reason: blogger cannot deep link
where are my primes?
Sometimes i also able to get correct lighting..
Thanks for the advises given... I do agree is technique problem, but the real problem is i can't get consistent exposure as the lighting is damn poor, and i always shoot quite close about 1-1.5m from the subject.
If i tilt up to 90deg ( i shoot @ Av mode ), i still experience under and over photos.. that's why i feel with a LS, i shall be able to prevent over-expose. And to add-on, with LS, shooting portrait indoor will be much easier..
Wait i shoot more and feedback again.......
Lightsphere distribute the light 360 degrees when pointing up... Light seem to loss behind you if the walls behind you are far away... It is seems like you're "wasting light"... Not too sure, just bought one today only...
For very opened place plus high ceiling, I think might as well use direct with watever modification...
I am NOT a PROfessional photographer and photography is NOT my hobby
no offense but to me this is not the 'correct' kind of lighting.
look at their faces.very deep shadows.
imo, shot too near with bounce?
white card, 1 velcro sticker.
Here's the thread... Haven't tried it though, but seems good... able to vary the amount of light being bounced forward by using a soft material for the bounce.
Hmmm..ok then. That explains the very harsh facial shadows.
Canon EOS 5D, 24-70 f/4 L IS, 50 f/1.2 L, 70-300 f/4-5.6 L IS, 600EX-RT. Sigma 12-24 f/4.5-5.6 EX.
why not over this weekend, i'll do a comparison between the bounce card, and the 2 LS since i have all 3?
but if i eventually cant find time to do it hor, dun verbal diarrhoea me ya