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  • ptgroup
    Using 2 flashes is a good idea. I´ll have to think about this too, maybee 2 flashes on a pole app. 50cm below the camera in vertical position. so you can tilt
    Message 1 of 31 , Nov 2, 2010
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      Using 2 flashes is a good idea.
      I´ll have to think about this too, maybee 2 flashes on a pole app. 50cm
      below the camera in vertical position.
      so you can tilt the flash(es) to illuminate the important object or all
      around like yours.
      Not so easy to mount them onto the pole though.

      ciao
      mike
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      Gesendet: Dienstag, 2. November 2010 05:42
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      Here's a new test shot. This was done with a Canon 5D-II, ISO/400, two
      Canon 430EXII flash units (one on each side of the camera) a Nikon 10.5mm
      lens @ f/2.8, up on a 14 foot pole.
      There's still dust showing up in front of the lens, next step is to make
      up a rubber lens hood and give it a test.
      These flash units where set to full flash for this test which will also
      show more dust.
      When the pano opens you will see two shadows from the small tree, In the
      opposite direction you will see the two flash reflections the car's window.
      http://www.indiavrtours.com/vrphotos/night_test2.html

      Roger Berry






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    • ptgroup
      Using 2 flashes is a good idea. I´ll have to think about this too, maybee 2 flashes on a pole app. 50cm below the camera in vertical position. so you can tilt
      Message 31 of 31 , Nov 2, 2010
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        Using 2 flashes is a good idea.
        I´ll have to think about this too, maybee 2 flashes on a pole app. 50cm
        below the camera in vertical position.
        so you can tilt the flash(es) to illuminate the important object or all
        around like yours.
        Not so easy to mount them onto the pole though.

        ciao
        mike
        ----------------------------
        ----------------------------
        360° VR Fotografie:
        http://www.360de.de

        NEU: Abstrakte Fotografie unter:
        http://www.abstraktfoto.de
        -----------------------------
        Aktuelles vom Virtugrafen:
        http://virtugraf.wordpress.com
        -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
        Von: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com]Im
        Auftrag von onezebra1
        Gesendet: Dienstag, 2. November 2010 05:42
        An: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
        Betreff: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Low light shot with flash





        Here's a new test shot. This was done with a Canon 5D-II, ISO/400, two
        Canon 430EXII flash units (one on each side of the camera) a Nikon 10.5mm
        lens @ f/2.8, up on a 14 foot pole.
        There's still dust showing up in front of the lens, next step is to make
        up a rubber lens hood and give it a test.
        These flash units where set to full flash for this test which will also
        show more dust.
        When the pano opens you will see two shadows from the small tree, In the
        opposite direction you will see the two flash reflections the car's window.
        http://www.indiavrtours.com/vrphotos/night_test2.html

        Roger Berry






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