By Larry Bartlett, Jon Tarrant
Larry Bartlett's Black & White Photographic Printing Workshop distils years of non-public event, and gives a useful and revealing perception into how his operating equipment ensured the good fortune of others.
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The orientation of the TTL flash reflector can help shape the light. Held horizontal, the light from the flash spreads wider. With the TTL flash held with the reflector vertical, the light from the TTL flash will be taller and narrower. 9 Flash orientation. Switching from vertical to horizontal, bounce to straight-on, or wide to narrow has so many configurations it is like solving a Rubik’s Cube®. Rachet the swivel head for optimum coverage. Edge of light Center of light Edge of light Edge of light Center of light Edge of light Tip the flash up for elevated crowd shots.
Flash Exposure Compensation can be set on the flash, or through the camera body. Refer to the camera and flash instruction manuals for details of setting Flash Exposure Compensation. If flash exposure compensation of more than Ϯ3 stops is required, change the flash mode to “M” Manual. 24 One Light Nikon: If the flash is already firing at maximum or minimum power, Flash Exposure Compensation settings will be limited. Canon: If the flash is already firing at maximum or minimum power, Flash Exposure Compensation may have no effect on the flash exposure.
Several test files were required to fine-tune the angle of bounce and find the right spot to eliminate the reflection of the recessed lighting fixtures in the ceiling.