Just returned from a very enjoyable weekend in North Yorkshire taking pictures at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and Pickering War Weekend. The crowds and re-enactors were impressive particularly at Pickering and the other stations (Goathland & Grosmont) were also very busy. For this image I had my camera in manual mode, 1/125, f3.2, ISO 1000, 70mm focal length, hot shoe mounted flash with Canon bounce adapter set to ETTL. I decided upon those settings because, 1/125 (at my age) should avoid camera shake, f3.2 for bokeh and ISO 1000 to give me the background exposure I wanted (-2 stops), ETTL so the flash exposed for the subject. Am I pleased with the result, yes, could I have done better of course.
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