furniture flash photography problem with reflections ? Example with photo.

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Mark Scott Abeln
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Re: furniture flash photography problem with reflections ? Example with photo.

Andreascy wrote:

Yes. I could turn off the lights i tried it but it was almost completely dark and i couldn't focus.

I would manually focus before turning off the lights. Sometimes I use a small pocket flashlight for focusing.

I think flash have small modeling light?

Studio strobes often do. My compact flashes do not.

i forgot about this. What about that i have 3 different flashes? The one is simple- manual the other 2 is electronic. Using The manual flash with the electronic will result different light so not good results?

There is color temperature variation between flash models and particularly when you adjust for power output, and if I recall properly, the problem is worse at lowest power settings. However, I don't think the difference would be all that significant, and won't be as great as the other light sources.

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