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:

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

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  2. These photos look terrific Ann!
    xo Catherine

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

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  4. 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?

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

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  6. That first white flower is BEAUTIFUL!

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

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

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

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  10. Wow such a stunning photo technique

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

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

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  13. Is a fill flash anything like a hot-flash?

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  14. Beautiful photo's - but what is fill flash?

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  15. 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  21. wow...very nice

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

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  22. 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".

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

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

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

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

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

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  28. 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 :)

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  29. I love flowers and you pictures are just wonderful.

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  30. 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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