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    I was playing with my speedlights tonight and thought I would post some of the results. My first SLR back in the day was this OM10. Unfortunately fungus has taken hold on the two 3rd party lenses, but the 50mm original Olympus is still going strong. Anyway, I set up my Yongnuo speedlights as shown in the pic below, both set at 1/128 power, bare bulb. The cam left is a 568EX, triggered by a Yongnuo YN603 transceiver, while camera right is a 560ii, set to slave, to fill in the background.

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    All shot with a 50mm, set at iso 200, f10, 1/60th

    Comments always welcome,

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    Edit: they appear very soft here, I guess it must be the direct upload

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    Nicely done Garry

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    Edit: they appear very soft here, I guess it must be the direct upload
    agree, would love to see these sharp
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    Good effort with off camera flash, softness could be movement with 1/60 try with a faster shutter speed

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    Default Re: OCF practice

    Thanks guys for your comments.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan_H View Post
    Good effort with off camera flash, softness could be movement with 1/60 try with a faster shutter speed

    Alan
    True Alan, I feel a re shoot coming on! Maybe with a tripod this time!

    Cheers,
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    Default Re: OCF practice

    Love the light in the first image

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    Cheers Paul,

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    Like the 2nd shot with the full reflection
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