Hi All, I remember a few months back thinking one of the formal shots someone took and submitted for photo of the week that the heads looked too big for the body, kinda like bobble heads. Then I'm reviewing some shots from my most recent wedding and BAM there it is in my own shots (not quite as obvious, but still). Same type of strange effect. Keep in mind I'm TOTALLY aware the lighting here is NOT ideal. We had about 30 seconds to get a shot of just the two of them before about 350 family members descended upon them and it was as the sun was going down, so I didn't get time to get the flash perfectly balanced. But maybe it was the flash that created the effect? I don't know. So here are the stats on the shot: 5dmkII, taken on my 24-70 2.8 L, ISO 400, 2.8, 1/200, shot at 34mm, 580 EXII flash on a demb bracket and a demb PJ flip it modifier, and flash in ETTL. I don't remember if at this point if it was SO dark that I had to point the flash head forward. I don't think so. I think I just tilted the modifier at about 15 degrees, so just a little below vertical. They were standing at slightly higher up than me. So any thoughts on what gave this effect? In other shots of them this didn't happen. Maybe how close I am to them shooting that wide? Can you think of anything? This is something I definitely want to avoid in the future.