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Using MULTIPLE strobes - creative examples - post yours! (2)

 
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Feb 23, 2014 21:57 as a reply to  @ post 16711710 |  #661

Outstanding!




  
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Feb 24, 2014 15:58 |  #662

dbeugel wrote in post #16711701 (external link)
Hey thanks! Yeah Phil pretty much summed it up! I used two rear strips gridded, and a 44cm beauty dish in front and above diffused then gridded :)

Not to sound so brand new, but what does two rear strips gridded mean? :oops: cant picture in my head what position or setup that looks like. Great shot.


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Feb 24, 2014 16:00 |  #663

BlessedShots wrote in post #16714214 (external link)
Not to sound so brand new, but what does two rear strips gridded mean? :oops: cant picture in my head what position or setup that looks like. Great shot.

Strips are strip softboxes, long narrow softboxes, with grids attached in this place to provide rim lighting. Off to each side or slightly behind.




  
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Feb 24, 2014 16:01 |  #664

BlessedShots wrote in post #16714214 (external link)
Not to sound so brand new, but what does two rear strips gridded mean? :oops: cant picture in my head what position or setup that looks like. Great shot.

He probably means strip soft boxes with grids.


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Feb 24, 2014 16:12 |  #665

gonzogolf wrote in post #16714225 (external link)
Strips are strip softboxes, long narrow softboxes, with grids attached in this place to provide rim lighting. Off to each side or slightly behind.

Mesmer wrote in post #16714226 (external link)
He probably means strip soft boxes with grids.

Ahh Aha! :)


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Feb 24, 2014 16:12 |  #666

BlessedShots wrote in post #16714214 (external link)
Not to sound so brand new, but what does two rear strips gridded mean? :oops: cant picture in my head what position or setup that looks like. Great shot.


tall narrow softboxes with grids.

This image might help

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Feb 24, 2014 16:24 |  #667

BlessedShots wrote in post #16714214 (external link)
Not to sound so brand new, but what does two rear strips gridded mean? :oops: cant picture in my head what position or setup that looks like. Great shot.

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=zTzg2EKlt8M (external link) He's not using strips here but the lights are in a similar setup.




  
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Feb 24, 2014 16:58 as a reply to  @ gonzogolf's post |  #668

:lol: Yeah guys the tall thin soft boxes with the textile style egg crate grids that velcro on!

Hey Rick, you've got some serious trophy collection going on in flickr land! ;)


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Feb 26, 2014 14:21 |  #669

To all the light gurus over here, Please i need help figuring how the light was set in this picture :)

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Feb 26, 2014 14:26 |  #670

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To all the light gurus over here, Please i need help figuring how the light was set in this picture :)

http://payload141.carg​ocollective.com …G_SRGB72DPI_WEB​-4_849.jpg (external link)

Looks like at least two light sources. One on the left seems to be bigger softer light, probably a gridded softbox and one from the top. The top light could be snooted or gridded to provide a fairly narrow beam. It seems to be simulating sunlight from a window (and could actually be).




  
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Feb 27, 2014 00:57 |  #671

dbeugel wrote in post #16714400 (external link)
:lol: Yeah guys the tall thin soft boxes with the textile style egg crate grids that velcro on!

Hey Rick, you've got some serious trophy collection going on in flickr land! ;)

I have a decent amount of okay photos on flickr ;)


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Mar 01, 2014 10:31 |  #672

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Mar 01, 2014 16:42 as a reply to  @ yamatama's post |  #673

I was a first timer on studio. A friend gave me advices and I tried them. These is results from shootings. I canĀ“t wait next time.

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Mar 02, 2014 08:24 |  #674

If any of you want a challenge sometime, try to get your cat to pose in a 2-light setup! Probably would have been easier with one big soft light, but I had two lights already in position (main and fill) and decided to try it.


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Mar 02, 2014 09:59 |  #675

I have four.

Sort of redefines 'challenge'.



  
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