geru

geru

Lives in United States Upstate NY, United States
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Joined on Apr 6, 2008
About me:

Married 45 years, 3 grown children and 8 grandchildren.
Enjoy family, golf, photography, and friends.

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  • I agree, the missing left leg was the first thing I noticed in this photo.
  • Not bad for a first try... Here are some video's that may help you with balancing ambient and flash. there been pretty helpful to me in my attempt to master that skill. Off camera flash - Balancing ...
  • I don't see an immediate need for using a modeling light. That may change as I go through the learning experience of using off camera flash. As I stated I bought everything I need to allow me to ...
  • I've had the K30 for almost 2yrs and haven't had any flash exposure problems. The only problem I had was HSS not working on my Metz flash which they fixed with a firmware upgrade. I haven't used ...
  • Actually some flash units do have a modeling light, my Metz 48AF-1 is one of them. That may be good advise for some but there are those of us that don't have the space nor the budget for stands, ...
  • The rf 603 ii c or n will work with Pentax. The c and n designates the trigger cable that is in the kit but the triggers are identical. Get the c version and that cable will work with Pentax if ...
  • This guy on YouTube demonstrates a method for flash exposure without a meter using a white towel. It's a bit ghetto but when you think about it's rather brilliant and would really benefit a beginner. ...
  • Welcome to the forum so let me introduce myself to you... I'm also 67 I began with digital photography at the age of 59 and moved from auto to manual operation at around age 62. Like you I was ...
  • Replied in CANON UPGRADE
    I'll take another route; You don't really say what you have for lenses but assuming you have at least the kit lens then why not buy a used body. KEH (a reputable dealer) has a like new 60D for less ...
  • Searching the internet I found a PDF which seems to be the meters operating manual. I found several interesting paragraphs 2.1 The meter does a self check when batteries are inserted and presents a ...
  • 1) Consider both, the lens is important but then again so is the Camera if the camera doesn't shoot well at higher ISO's then it will probably not be something you would be able to use shooting ...
  • You could always use the Internet, specifically You Tube to learn. This guy is an excellent presenter of all photography and video. Here is a link to his playlist on Understanding Exposure - He ...
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