I would add a caption with the info but honestly, I got lucky. I put on my speed light in A and 2.8 and shot trying to time it so they were up-side down.
The BIG news for the day is how I edited it. My Wacom came today. It's much bigger than I anticipated which is good. I have to use it for a while before I customize the buttons so I can determine which functions I use the most. It's a lot different than a mouse but I'm already getting the hang of it. One of the strangest part is that you don't touch the screen to move the cursor. You hover over the screen and touch it to tap. However, the thing that is taking me the longest to get used to is that there is no scrolling and you have to go all the way down to the bottom of the pad to get to the bottom of the screen, it's a 1/1 thing. Whereas with a mouse, you'd pick it up and reposition it to get it all the way to the bottom, with the pen, the cursor just goes where you put it and moves as you move the pen. So, Eyal, you were right, that is the most difficult to adjust to.
Here are some of the other lucky shots I got this evening:
I'm a mother of 2 girls living in NC. I've dabbled in photography on and off but really this is just for fun