Wednesday, 16 October 2013

HEADER CHALLENGE 

This weeks theme comes from Craver.
"FLASH FILL"

My Music this week is Flash - Bang - Wallop, sung by A young Tommy Steel, so listen and enjoy as you scroll through my Header and post pics.

My Header
Let there be Light
also
FLASH FILL.

 Here we have Laura(Julie's step daughter) and Nik getting Married and the Photographer is Johnathan Clover of Clover Leaf Images (Julie's Nephew).
Johnathan is capturing Laura's Red Shoes.
FLASH FILL - with extra light in B/W

Here's the Red Shoes

My Post Pics 
From the Reception.

The Eye of Horus - 
An Ancient Egyptian Symbol for Protection and Good Health.
 (1) No Flash

(2) Flash on Camera
(3) With Flash Gun attached - (FLASH FILL.)

I think all 3 have their own merits.

Please go to my side bar - near my shield - and visit the other members of the Headbanger Team and see their take on FLASH FILL.

GOOD LUCK.

7 comments:

Lew said...

Nicely done! Did you also bounce the light from your flash gun?

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Nice job on this theme, you did a great job explaining what was done.

Craver Vii said...

So if you have the eye of Horus, what does that leave him with? Poor Horus has to walk about with an eye patch because you wanted good luck. That wasn't very nice. Now return poor Horus eye and tell him you're sorry.

The flash gun makes a big difference, doesn't it? My favorite way to use it is for off-camera flash.

Christine said...

Love the explanations of flash and the three comparative images. I like the middle one; it seems well-lit but soft and warm at the same time.

Christopher Frost said...

You can't beat a good tune from Half a Sixpence. Can't remember the last time it was on TV. No flash, bang wallop these days, unless you have an accident with your tripod

Jackie said...

I agree with you about the merits of no flash, camera flash, and fill flash. I love to experiment...and find that I am pleasantly surprised.
Lovely shots...and I love those red shoes!

Betty Manousos said...

nicely done! also love the explanations of flash. lovely images, too.