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Discussion in 'People' started by Mitchell, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. Just spent the night at a beach ceremony for our scouts. Just a snapshot of my son, but I was very impressed with how the D2X and SB800 handled the lighting this evening. Any comments?

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  2. srullik

    srullik Guest

    About the ligtning no comments. perfecct.
    About the composition - I would prefer a portrait orientation.
  3. You've got to love the CLS system in that camera/flash combo. Nice photograph of your son. Your boy is looking good in his neat cub scout uniform. Tell him to keep at it and perhaphs you will be photographing his eagle ceremony in a few years.


    Feb 22, 2005
    New Jersey
    Mitch, great shot. My son is a Bear Cub also this year :smile:
    Once again very nice. Great lighting.
  5. Leigh


    Feb 19, 2005
    Oh, what a handsome fellow! I like the composition of this shot...you have such a nice looking boy as well and a beautiful sunset. Thanks so much for sharing!
  6. Thanks for all the nice comments!

    Dave, let's see a pic of your bear cub scout.

    The ceremony last night was great. We have an annual scout tradition of having a bonfire with a flag retirement ceremony. The scouts are one of the few organizations authorized to retire (burn) a flag. It is a nice ceremony which is filled with reverence as each scout places a small piece of the flag into the fire. I'll try to post some pics of this later.
  7. SRA


    Jul 29, 2005
    Orem, Utah
    Nice photo, composition, image and good looking future Eagle Scout. :smile:
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