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Everything posted by lardo5150

  1. That sounds cool, so basically with this type of setup it is going to be trial and error, I can handle that. Will help me get a basic grasp on things. Thanks for the help everyone.
  2. Thanks so much for the info, learning more and more everday. So, I take it with this camer to get any good shots I ahve to be super close. And by close do you mean a foot, 2 feet, a couple yards? What accessory can I get to mabey give me some more distance, and does not have to be super distance, but mabey a couple of feet.
  3. James, I checked on there, but what I was really wanting is what you are talking about. Power Settings, what are these settings and what do they do. I am REALLY new to this so I am just trying to soak up as much info as possible. I cant find any info really on what settings strobes come with, I know what their purpose is, but what do I need to adjust on them and why? Thanks for helping also
  4. Well, for now, since I dont have a lot of money to invest, and I am just starting off, I think I am going to go with the SeaLife DC310 with the external strobe. I want to just learn the basics right now and save some money while I do it, then when I got it down, invest in something more. What do you guys know about the strobe (I have been reading and learning a bit). This strobe basically goes off the flash of the camera correct? What I am wondering is what are the settings that are on the strobe that you have to set. I cant find any info anywhere and I am thinking this is standard adjustments on strobes. Can anyone help this newbie out. Cant wait till October!!!!!
  5. Thanks for the help guys, I will begin my research!!!!
  6. Hey everyone, brand new newbie here. Was looking for any good books, internet links, etc., to help get me started. Basically, I am wanting to purchase a camera for my mexico trip in october, but I dont know anything about setting up strobes, ttl, or any of this jargin. Can anyone point me in the right direction as for as reference material to view that will explain all the basics for me so I can get started. Thanks everyone.
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