Alex Wild on insects, science, and photography
A few recent posts on my SciAm blog:
When an artist copies a photograph, who gets the credit?
6 sources of free images for science blogging
Experimenting with off-camera light
Posted in: Navel-Gazing.
Very cool info on using flashes in that SciAm blog post. I was wondering if you had any specific recommendations for which flash to use. I have a Canon with 100mm macro, and I’d like to get a new flash (the pop-up has not been very good, because of the length of the lens). Assuming I can only buy one flash for awhile, do I need to save up for the big, fancy MT-24EX, or dive in with something low-cost, like a Speedlite 270EX? Is it more important to have some kind of flash, or if I can only get one, should I go for the top?
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