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you could try this offering from Nissin.

http://www.wexphotographic.com/nissin-i60-flashgun-sony-1598828/#ProductInfo





at £239, it wont break the bank....
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Images to Share / Re: A couple from a photoshoot
« Last post by AScot on Today at 05:27:21 PM »
The first for me also. Steampunk theme, yes it looks to be, especially with the Gun in the first  :D
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Lighting, Flashes, Strobes and Studio Gear / Re: Please recommend flash
« Last post by chappo1 on Yesterday at 11:49:15 PM »
What does not breaking the bank mean?
Deewe has recently bought a Godox and may care to comment for you.  Look back at recent posts to check which one if he is off playing with his toys :grin: ..  The Yonguo's are inexpensive as well.
Choose one with the additional features which you need.  Just make sure that the attachment foot matches up with the A330..  john
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Lighting, Flashes, Strobes and Studio Gear / Please recommend flash
« Last post by watebo on Yesterday at 11:16:45 PM »
The flash on my a330 is rather puny. At ISO 800 and f5.6 the range is 16 feet. I want greater range and the ability to shoot at smaller apertures for greater depth of field. I am primarily interested in birds. Off camera flash is not important. Don't want to break the bank either. Any suggestions are appreciated.
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Images to Share / Re: A couple from a photoshoot
« Last post by Douglas on Yesterday at 01:37:17 PM »
I like the first. I'm sure this was beyond your control but because the image of her is so busy with detail I think the photo would be better if the background were much simpler.
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Images to Share / Re: A couple from a photoshoot
« Last post by Faldrax on Yesterday at 09:11:52 AM »
They work well, the light is sufficient to give depth without hard shadows.

Looks like it was a 'steampunk' theme :)
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Images to Share / A couple from a photoshoot
« Last post by chappo1 on Yesterday at 12:57:44 AM »
At the end of last month we went to the annual photographic gathering of all clubs in Victoria and one of the events was a photoshoot.  It is always a fight as there are numerous shooters.  Outdoors in natural light of course and no chance to use reflectors or such.  Even elbows (on fellow shooters) are frowned upon :grin: ........john
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Digital Darkroom / Re: Free Presets from OnOne
« Last post by chappo1 on June 22, 2017, 11:52:55 PM »
Welcome Js06.  Nice to have some new members join us.  The original post is old but you have revived it with some new information.  Personally I do all my own adjustments too, except occasionally I will use Nik silver EFEX pro for a mono print.
Hopefully you will find us a friendly bunch....john
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Digital Darkroom / Re: Free Presets from OnOne
« Last post by Js06 on June 22, 2017, 08:26:12 PM »
Hi,
 I`ve tried some presets. As for me they save you time but I prefer retouch photos by myself. It is really hard especially if you have a lot of work to do except this order. If you are looking for some presets try these ones http://fixthephoto.com/blog/retouch-tips/best-free-lightroom-presets.html
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Images to Share / Re: Natural Light w/ a6000
« Last post by Douglas on June 22, 2017, 01:40:44 PM »
Thank you. Good tip.
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