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Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS/ EOS 1000D

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This is my first D-SLR and my newest camera. For this shot I had a north facing window to the right of the camera, a flash with a blue gel and diffuser behind the camera to the right, and a reflector to the upper left to catch some of the window light. I have been having a problem synchronizing my slave flash with my new Rebel, my slave flash goes off but its light is not recorded in the picture, but if I trigger the flash maually its light is recorded in the picture. Could anyone give me some help? EXPLORED!

Fiddy / James in SF, and 31 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. siskokid 115 months ago | reply

    Great camera...I'm envious!

  2. Von Taylor 115 months ago | reply

    Congrats on the new cam. I wish I could help, but I am a Nikon user. You might check to see that you have the correct synch type set in your camera.

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  3. maios 115 months ago | reply

    great capture!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. ☼ www.skopelos.net 115 months ago | reply

    Congrats on your new camera.
    A Great capture !
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  5. T Glow 115 months ago | reply

    .............great camera !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. mimi -Larue ( in and out BUSY at WORK) 115 months ago | reply

    What a difference from the one before, hope to see many coooool shots.

  7. Phillip_D 115 months ago | reply

    congrats on the new camera Brian Shaler's AutoSmile for Flickr

  8. mousenana2002... 115 months ago | reply

    Canon has a site where you can ask just these type of questions. www.canon.com then search through it...congrats.

  9. crvdude 115 months ago | reply

    Nicely done billy love how you set up the lighting.

  10. S R W 115 months ago | reply

    Hope you love your new camera, looking forward to seeing your new work.

  11. todd- 115 months ago | reply

    congrats sir!

  12. Maneo Photography 114 months ago | reply

    What are you using to trigger the external flash, Billy? If you're using the automatic/pop-up flash on your Canon cameras it's likely that the pre-flash(s) fired before the exposure are triggering the external flash, which gives the illusion of the flash going off properly (the pre-flashes are almost impossible to see for yourself since they are so fast) but not actually with the flash used for the exposure.

    Or something like that :)

  13. fannynetes 114 months ago | reply

    Congrats for the new DSLR camera. I´m still learning with mine but I love it and you´ll do the same with yours. I hope to see more good photos very soon because I like your point of view very much.

  14. Heidi's_PaSSioNs ღ 112 months ago | reply

    I just got given to me a similar Camera...The Canon Dig. Rebel XTi...I just need to get a new Battery Charger for it, and I'm going to be practicing.. Can't wait. Maybe we can give each other tips too.

  15. smashred 108 months ago | reply

    I have to admit, I'm a sucker for product photography. Great shot.

  16. nonoperational 108 months ago | reply

    How lovely, I shoot with an XS, it recently error 99'd and I've been using an XTi since. I also have an SX 120is. You're a prime example of people using the most of what they have. :)

  17. Nate Pabst 107 months ago | reply

    wow, congrats on the upgrade! awesome!

  18. Caleb Kerr 106 months ago | reply

    I started with a SX 110 IS too, then progressed to a 50D.

  19. Chris Conklin Photography 106 months ago | reply

    billy, thanks for favoriting my photos. The XS has pretty much been my first camera ever besides a cell phone, let alone a DSLR. I love the thing, only had it for 4 months, but i have a feeling i'll be sticking with it forever, and just upgrade lenses.

    If I had a 2nd chance to do it again though i would have gotten the Nikon D5000 for a few hundred more, but this XS is great for the price (and...no surprise, better than my cell phone lol).

  20. PA Photo 106 months ago | reply

    Hey Billy, are you still having trouble triggering your optical slaves with your rebel? If you still need to know, send me a message - there are a few ways to do this.

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