Just a couple of basketball photos from tonight. Using a Godox AD-360 and two Godox V-850's. Nikon D600 with 28-85 F/3.5-4.5 lens. (Forgot the 28-70 at home, d'oh!)
1/200th, F/5.6, ISO 1600. AD-360 is bounced off the overhead, varied between 1/4th and 1/16th power. V-850 #1 is camera left, 1/8th power, direct @ 105mm. It's only about 10 feet off the deck on the bleachers. V-850 #2 is camera far right, almost behind me, about 8' off the deck. Direct, 1/16th power, 24mm.
Let me know what you think. First time lighting a game with 3 flashes like this.
A couple issues I had:
1. Man, that kit lens focuses slow.
2. I would have liked to have gotten the ISO down. It's good but not great. On the other hand, I was pushing the recycle time on the flashes as it was.
3. Woah nelly. Do these look green to you?! They looked fine on my calibrated monitor. S-RGB all the way but they look green on my internet computer.
Edit: Originally posted @ https://www.facebook.com …42338.177732872397&type=1 . Public domain photos (C) U.S. Navy 2014.