I can’t control the intensity of my SpeedLite 380EX. I bought a diffuser cap for it, but that just spreads the flash around instead of diffusing it. Ergh. I’ve even secured a piece of white paper over the flash. The effect was lackluster. I fiddled with the “flash exposure” on the camera, but that just dims the photo, not the flash. Ergh. Anyways, my bloggie friend Jen recently agreed that it’s hard to get her dogs to stay still for a photo, but even harder because they’re afraid of the flash. Luckily, our puppy, Jasper, isn’t scared of anything. Not even the flash.
All of these were taken with Canon T1i | Manual | 50mm | ISO 100 | f/3.2 | 1/125 sec | SpeedLite 380EX
I love that his one ear is turned inside out below.
Luckily I was able to capture one photo of Jasper reacting to the flash! He’s thinking of a number from 1 to 10…
I need to start taking more photos of our other dog, Coco. I love you, Coco!
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Originally posted at expandng.com – Dogs & flashes