no problem. and not only outdoors, but indoors too. like i said, the only time i use manual flash is when shooting fish/aquariums. any other time its in TTL/TTL-BL. here, this was indoors TTL, bounced 90 degrees off a very tall ceilingSteveR;4372411;4372411 said:Awesome shots there, I appreciate you taking the time to share. TTL is the way to go outside then, phew I can stop messing about with manual outside whilst I got people waiting ha ha!
thanks, no thats my nephew. no kids for meSteveR;4372598;4372598 said:Is that your son? Nice shot of him!
Do you ever use the A mode or anything else on the speedlight? I have tried messing about with the TTL-FP just so I could go beyond 1/200 (you loose about a 3rd of the power) but sometimes need it to really stop fast moving objects. 1/200 just don't always cut it.
thanks! so far i have some german blue rams, roseline barbs/sharks, brilliant rasboras, rummynose tetras, and bueno aires tetras.franchise513;4372591;4372591 said:Awesome tank jose, you go all out whether you got pbass monsters or some tetras. I would love to setup a tank like that. What all is the stock list of the tank? And what type of plants areyou keeping?
thanks for the kind words. rummynose tetras are definietly a cool fishjag123;4372662;4372662 said:Beautiful pics! I have a sick infatuation with rummynose tetras - yours look stunning along with the barbs. I can't say that I have anywhere near the photog equipment you have, but I am certain you a have inspired something in me/many others.