Ok before we go to much further....I was not in a studio and I was not expecting to put these on display... I was simply playing with Light.
I was simply confused with the results..
So here is the picture I was happy with....All I was looking at was to explode white all over the backdrop....simply to see if I could white it out completely...
SUNR15E_20120110_17-56-30 by SUNR15E, on Flickr
Then I thought maybe I would like to see the something in the center of the room. I assumed that adding more light would add to the whiteout on the backdrop....PLUS add exposure to the item in the center of the room....with the possibility that it may be over exposed but...I was confused with this.
SUNR15E_20120110_17-56-46 by SUNR15E, on Flickr
I have no idea what I have done to make it all CLEAR..??
Both Flashes fired...no setting changed...yet rather than whiting out the backdrop...I can see the backdrop...What?? How??
At first I thought the rear flash had not fired...?? Which I will assume I will be told..But I tried a few times...and got the same results. Different ISO different aperture different just about everything.
I will go away and do all of this again....but before I do....
Please tell me what image number two should look like with the flash firing on the camera..?? Should the backdrop remain overexposed and whited out as I assume it should..??
The more I write here the more I am convinced that the rear flash completely missed but I have no idea how this can happen..??
Please note I was not attempting to produce a quality image...I was simply playing with Light.
Thanks for your help if you can offer something which points me in the right direction.