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Mar 05, 2017 14:02 |  #646

From a session I had last week with my friend and model Clarissa. Removed the tree after some helpful CC. =)

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Mar 06, 2017 10:23 |  #647

XPLOR camera right triggered with R2 transmitter... Just used the silver 7" reflector


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Mar 06, 2017 10:59 |  #648

Here's one more... XPLOR camera left with the 7" reflector again

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Mar 06, 2017 11:00 |  #649

fjhphotography wrote in post #18292591 (external link)
From a session I had last week with my friend and model Clarissa. Removed the tree after some helpful CC. =)

BTS video:
https://youtu.be/6-z7mujuiWs (external link)

Lighting:
1 XPLOR 600 camera right in a 38" glow parapop double diffused at 1/2 power set off by the Sony R2 transmitter.

Exif:
Sony A7RII + Sigma MC-11 + Sigma Art 85
f/1.4 - 1/2500th - ISO 50


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Did the Eye_AF actually work, and did you use it, with the Sigma 85 / MC-11 combo?

Thanks


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Mar 06, 2017 11:01 |  #650

Crap... hard act to follow ^^^^^ that is amazing bryzf1

Sooo before anyone asked the client didn't want the kids to smile. They were going to a fashion look.

Ive been advised on the forum for a while now to match my strobe to the ambient light. I taped in a cto gel in the octa and it may have been too warm?

My light fell over twice bc it was so windy... it seems like the light is relatively sturdy but I wonder how much abuse it can take or what is the most likely thing to bust first inside it...


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Mar 07, 2017 02:35 |  #651

DThriller wrote in post #18293415 (external link)
Crap... hard act to follow ^^^^^ that is amazing bryzf1

Sooo before anyone asked the client didn't want the kids to smile. They were going to a fashion look.

Ive been advised on the forum for a while now to match my strobe to the ambient light. I taped in a cto gel in the octa and it may have been too warm?

My light fell over twice bc it was so windy... it seems like the light is relatively sturdy but I wonder how much abuse it can take or what is the most likely thing to bust first inside it...
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I like yours too!

Your attempts at destruction testing your Rovelight are very public spirited.:-) If you desire a more stable stand, consider MSE's 387032 Digital Baby stand. It has a footprint D of 128 cm, a leveling leg (you like sloping ground) and can take 145 lbs around the column at the apex of its tripod base. It has the stability of a small tree. Cheers


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Mar 07, 2017 04:45 |  #652

OceanRipple* wrote in post #18294027 (external link)
I like yours too!

Your attempts at destruction testing your Rovelight are very public spirited.:-) If you desire a more stable stand, consider MSE's 387032 Digital Baby stand. It has a footprint D of 128 cm, a leveling leg (you like sloping ground) and can take 145 lbs around the column at the apex of its tripod base. It has the stability of a small tree. Cheers
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Thanks for posting this. I have a few different light stands but haven't found the ideal one for outdoors - this just might be it.


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Mar 07, 2017 09:39 as a reply to  @ DThriller's post |  #653

Solid shot! If you don't have anyone to hold your light stand on a windy day, bring more sand bags! :-)


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Mar 07, 2017 15:46 |  #654

bryzf1 wrote in post #18294273 (external link)
Solid shot! If you don't have anyone to hold your light stand on a windy day, bring more sand bags! :-)

Another option is tent pegs and Bungi cords.


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Mar 07, 2017 17:15 |  #655

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Did the Eye_AF actually work, and did you use it, with the Sigma 85 / MC-11 combo?

Thanks

Yup! It works with eye-af and that's what I used the whole session. Love the MC-11 plus Sigma 85.


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Mar 08, 2017 08:45 |  #656

fjhphotography wrote in post #18294655 (external link)
Yup! It works with eye-af and that's what I used the whole session. Love the MC-11 plus Sigma 85.

Thank you

That alone is a huge plus about the lens


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Mar 15, 2017 00:01 |  #657

From yesterday. Had some issues where I couldn't control the power from the R2 Tx. Ended up ISO400 trying to balance flash with ambient.

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Mar 15, 2017 08:12 |  #658

A little more flash. Modifier is SP Systems 37" Octa.

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A lot more flash as I was in the shade and no power control. Lowered hot bg here on the left side by using LR gradient. Maybe I should have gone 1/4000 shutter.

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Mar 15, 2017 11:03 |  #659

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A little more flash. Modifier is SP Systems 37" Octa.

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Mar 15, 2017 11:36 as a reply to  @ wallstreetoneil's post |  #660

Thanks.


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