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Jun 27, 2015 12:44 |  #8851

Wow! Very nice!

So how do you get the right white balance with the two light sources? Also how did you balance the flash power? Both were done so well.

Thanks.




  
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Jun 27, 2015 12:49 |  #8852

Kliphe wrote in post #17610531 (external link)
So, what are you doing differently? (love the results!)

Yes, inquiring minds want to know. Love all of your work.

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Jun 27, 2015 13:00 as a reply to  @ post 17587052 |  #8853

Stunning!! Love your style!




  
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Jun 28, 2015 00:42 |  #8854

windpig wrote in post #17612272 (external link)
^^^^^
Real nice.


abbadon31 wrote in post #17612303 (external link)
Fantastic use of light

Thank you guys!

QuickSilver11 wrote in post #17612381 (external link)
Wow! Very nice!

So how do you get the right white balance with the two light sources? Also how did you balance the flash power? Both were done so well.

Thanks.

Thanks! WB was set to daylight, we shot this in the late morning and on a partially cast sky, the color toning was done in post. We first meter for the sky/background and then add the flash and adapt the power to get a correct exposure on the subject, we're pretty used to that so are quite fast to get our settings done.


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Jun 28, 2015 02:57 as a reply to  @ post 17612204 |  #8855

Nicely done, RedCatPhoto




  
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Jun 28, 2015 07:59 |  #8856

Thank you SamFrench!

Another one from the same session.

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Jun 28, 2015 08:22 |  #8857

Red: what kind of modifier is that?


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Jun 28, 2015 08:31 |  #8858

He's a short guy, so I'm amusing the small deep octa;-)a


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Jun 28, 2015 08:37 as a reply to  @ windpig's post |  #8859

:lol:

isvein wrote in post #17613142 (external link)
Red: what kind of modifier is that?

This is the deep indirect 150 (used as a direct octa here).


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Jun 28, 2015 08:43 |  #8860

RedCatPhoto wrote in post #17613157 (external link)
:lol:

This is the deep indirect 150 (used as a direct octa here).


I assume that is a Rovelight. If so what adapter are you using to attach it to the Deep Octa?

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Jun 28, 2015 08:43 |  #8861

RedCatPhoto wrote in post #17613157 (external link)
:lol:

This is the deep indirect 150 (used as a direct octa here).

this one? http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …rotalux_deep_in​verse.html (external link)


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Jun 28, 2015 09:25 as a reply to  @ isvein's post |  #8862

That's this one yes.

jmaher wrote in post #17613164 (external link)
I assume that is a Rovelight. If so what adapter are you using to attach it to the Deep Octa?

Jim

It is a Jinbei (same as Rovelight), I use this adapter, I have one on this modifier and another one I use on a large deep octa. http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …x_Speed_Ring_Ad​apter.html (external link)


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Jun 28, 2015 09:48 as a reply to  @ RedCatPhoto's post |  #8863

Thanks - it look like an easy to use adapter.




  
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Jun 28, 2015 11:30 |  #8864

msowsun wrote in post #17613213 (external link)
One large softbox....

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Fantastic!!!!!!! How close was the soft box to your subject and what was your light?


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Jun 28, 2015 11:35 |  #8865

msowsun wrote in post #17613332 (external link)
The soft box was so close I had to clone it out of the shot.

If you are asking about the power setting, sorry, I don't know what it was.


:) No...I was asking what the actual light source was...what's in the soft box?


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