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Old Oct 10, 2009, 12:34 PM   #1
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I just purchased an FL36R for my Olys. Here are some shots with the E-410.

No flash - ambient light from the window


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That is just really great work, Gary! Congratulations! I know you will like the FL-36, it is my favorite flash.

have a great holiday weekend.

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That is just really great work, Gary! Congratulations! I know you will like the FL-36, it is my favorite flash.

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Thanks very much! Much appreciated.
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The very delicate quality of your images, cannot be overlooked. They are great. Greg Chappel has experimented with using LOW Gradation as a brilliant way to give his images a BIG boost. You might want to attempt playing a bit with gradation.

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I think less is more and prefer the one lit with window light. It is rich and has more depth. Nice job!
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I think less is more and prefer the one lit with window light. It is rich and has more depth. Nice job!
I agree. I just picked up the FL36R and am "experimenting". Obviously, I need to play with setting and positioning more.
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good shots

I vote for the first one (for the hues on the outer petals).
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