Eric, cld you share your experience using TTL for both macro and wide angle shots?kthan said:TTL rockz....but only for macro.
Very detailed explanation by waisj. helps to cement better the knowledge.kthan said:the reason why i like TTL for macro is because i get correct exposure 99.9% of the time. one less worry and i can just concentrate on shooting the subject
as i mentioned, unless i can syn cord both strobes, i believe I cannot get real TTL with one strobe syned and one on slave. (but I may be wrong!) Going on this train of thought, I reckon my dual strobe setup will result in overexposure. Hence I always use one strobe for macro.DTan said:Very detailed explanation by waisj. helps to cement better the knowledge.
Kthan, do u get correct exposure even for white subjects or for subjects on white sandy floor? or that accounts for the 0.1%?
I had a terrible experience with TTL this recent trip (cuz KS use 2 strobe on macro) tho but i have not much doubt it works usually. cuz otherwise i wouldn't know how to take. Not experienced enough.
Kthan, u will use only 1 strobe (TTL) for macro is that true? And 2 strobes for wides (manual)? If so, how to calculate distance and f-stop based on 2 strobe usage cuz the guides provided are only for 1 strobe.
am i confusing?
i see someone is tempted to go towards 5050... no more canon for u???