Last week I had this really nice bunch of gold-coloured roses and I wanted to try out my photography skills using a remote flash on commander mode. I placed the flash on the tripod and right angles to the photograph with some interesting results. One of two of these are with the flash on the camera, but can you tell the difference?
The main advantage I found to having an external remote flash was to be able to play with the colours and backgrounds. No post-processing carried out for any of these pictures. The roses too look different depending on the light source.
What do you think? Click on any image to see a full-size view.
Nikon D-80 with remote SB-600 speedlight flash in commander mode 105mm f/2.8 Sigma macro lens
- Evening Primrose II – On Black (juridicious.com)
- Study of a Rose (juridicious.com)
- Daffodil on black (juridicious.com)
- Evening Primrose – on black (juridicious.com)
- Gazania – on black (juridicious.com)
- Yellow-on-monochrome (juridicious.com)