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    Rensselaer Lake Park & Preserve

    Tried out this park today... it has definate promise... for those that dont know it by name... it is slightly north of the NOAA weather building on Fuller Road in Albany, NY....

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    Just for sake of discussion... these were all taken mid day... with no black background... the flash with the built in diffuser actually makes the backgrounds turn black...
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    I like the first one the best, but I find the second one really interesting, too.

    Did you keep the flash in the hotshoe?
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    hey ross, hows the built in diffuser work? do you ever shoot without the flash diffused?
    I love the daisey shots, the second one is amazing..love the details on the center..
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    Quote Originally Posted by pod13
    I like the first one the best, but I find the second one really interesting, too.

    Did you keep the flash in the hotshoe?
    yup sure did... I hadnt thought that using the flash on the camera would have worked so well because of the angles and such but it really does..
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    Quote Originally Posted by zacker
    hey ross, hows the built in diffuser work? do you ever shoot without the flash diffused?
    I love the daisey shots, the second one is amazing..love the details on the center..
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    the built in diffuser just pulls out and flips down over the flash... I really had never used it before because I almost always have either a dome on or use my lumiquest 80/20... I feel that the flash direct without the diffuser for Macro may be a little too hot on the picture...
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    Daisies....

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    re

    Quote Originally Posted by ATVinBarbie

    "He loves me.... He loves me not...... He loves me.... He loves me not...... He loves me!"


    Awwwwww...... lol
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    I'm over-tired so I tend to be a real dork. LOL
    Quote Originally Posted by zacker
    Awwwwww...... lol
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    Ross... is the third one a buttercup? If so..... AWESOME!
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