Saturday, June 25, 2011

Playing with fill flash

I did a little experimenting with the fill flash on my camera. With the exception of a very slight adjustment to the lighting these are straight off of the camera.

On another note, I want to say that the suggestions I got in yesterdays post are fabulous. I'm having a really hard time deciding. I may have to put it up to a vote here and let you decide.

32 comments:

Don't unplug your hub said...

I've no idea what a fill flash is, but it seems to work a treat. Great pictures.

Catherine said...

These photos look terrific Ann!
xo Catherine

BeadedTail said...

I don't know what a fill flash is but I do know those are lovely photos!

Ginny said...

If you put up a vote, we will all vote for ourselves!! Har har har har!!! Gosh, I don't even know what a fill flash is, but the pictures are beautiful! Is that a white peony?

vickie said...

Gorgeous!!

Ann said...

Those pics are gorgeous!

Grace said...

Absolutely wonderful! (And I don't know what fill flash is either)

Chatty Crone said...

That first white flower is BEAUTIFUL!

Leanne said...

Lovely. I have a plan to learn Photoshop. Someday. Soon. :)

Kloggers/Polly said...

Beautiful selection .... I could almost smell the yarrow.

allotments4you said...

these are lovely photos Ann....I wish I was able to take such wonderful pictures!!!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Wow such a stunning photo technique

Grampy said...

Okay now you did it. I have to go look up Fill Flash in my Camera manual.The pictures do look good.

Marg said...

Those are great pictures. Looks like it makes the background black which makes the flowers really pretty. Great pictures. Have yourself a great Sunday.

FishHawk said...

Is a fill flash anything like a hot-flash?

Audrey said...

Beautiful photo's - but what is fill flash?

Sandra said...

when i was looking for a small camera to carry in my pocket, i researched for macro ability and for fill flash. i love what fill flash does and these are so beautiful. even in bright sunshine it changes things. i especially like the first two.

Out on the prairie said...

Marvelous shots.Lighting is a fun thing to play with.

Duni said...

These are amazing! Ann, you are so talented. Everything you create looks beautiful :)

Antonella said...

Beautiful! Are you sure you can't give up your day job!?!? Hugs, antonella :-)

Poetic Shutterbug said...

The details are so fine tuned, they are just beautiful shots.

Sandee said...

I think a vote on the caption is a terrific idea. Just saying.

Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

Cards by Cheryl said...

wow...very nice

I have no idea what fill flash is either but now I want to find out.

Anne said...

I just left you my quote, I hope I'm not too late :). Fill Flash is so important. I used to work for a camera company so many times when I see someone taking a photo, all I can think is "You need flash".

tahtimbo said...

Those pictures look great! We only have a small point and shoot camera, so I don't even know what a fill flash is.

Jean said...

Flowers are great subjects to play with a flash. Hmm...what is a "fill flash"?
The first two shots are my favorites. Very nice!

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

So I'm confused. You did some fill flash on these, or these are the unretouched photos?

Ratty said...

Excellent photos. This makes me think of experimenting with the flash on my camera. I usually avoid it.

Jen said...

So very pretty - I love flowers (although I sure do wish they came without weeding! ;o)

Anny said...

Very beautiful Ann... sometimes i just shoot blind because i know i can edit the photos later. But sometimes it is nice to be able to use the photos without any editting :)

Tammy said...

I love flowers and you pictures are just wonderful.

Mee2 said...

Hi Ann! Once again, stunning photos. You should try to market your work on Zazzle or Cafe Press. Do you already do that?

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