Single SB-600, Dark room...

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Hi all,

I was asked to take a few shots at a company party on Monday night...

As it turned out, the room was really dark, with a low ceiling, so a single bounced sb-600 was all I had to work with.

The ladies seemed really impressed with the results though, but I thought I would ask for a more 'contructive' opinion on where I could have improved.

Thanks,

Paul

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The band were great...

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These look great, Paul. Nice work!

Lol, Paul, when I read your topic, I thought "Boy, I hope he had low white ceilings to work with". I sometimes think that for on-camera flash work where there's an opportunity to bounce, the swivel head of the SB-800 or 600 is more important than all the TTL magic.
 
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Great shots Paul. I just bought an SB-600 a few weeks back and haven't used it that much. If I get results like this, I'll be well pleased!
 
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Great shots Paul. I just bought an SB-600 a few weeks back and haven't used it that much. If I get results like this, I'll be well pleased!
Try to get yourself a Stofen Omnibounce - I have one for mine, and it really does help soften the light. Well worth it.

Thanks for your kind words btw!

Paul
 
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