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May 31, 2018 09:37 |  #11251

Mike Deep wrote in post #18636166 (external link)
All of my remote camera enclosures were stolen after the launch from Wallops, so there's no choice. I have to show a flash setup.

Were the cameras stolen too? Thieves suck.


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May 31, 2018 10:23 |  #11252

That’s terrible news!!!!! I hate that for ya! Will you replace and continue to shoot launches? I remember you saying you had your business card inside the box so it could not have been an honest mistake…

Consolation prize: Nice beetle photo.


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Jun 02, 2018 17:04 |  #11253

Playing around with lighting setups on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Can't seem to get my background to 'unwrinkle'


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Jun 02, 2018 18:29 |  #11254

Kliphe wrote in post #18637887 (external link)
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what kind of stands are you using?

looks like youve got a lot going on there. for wrinkles you could try a clothing steamer. of course an iron would work on it i think...


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Jun 02, 2018 19:01 |  #11255

Kliphe wrote in post #18637887 (external link)
Playing around with lighting setups on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Can't seem to get my background to 'unwrinkle'

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Nice space. I keep my backdrop cross pole at least 1' wider than the muslin or canvas that I use. That way I can tension it with
these (external link) bungee clips I picked up from Cowboy Studio. Then I spray the drop with water from a garden pesticide sprayer from Home Depot and adjust the tension until it's tight as a drum (if that's the look I'm going for).

Here's an example...

Edit: sorry, didn't intend that to be so huge... Don't know how to edit pics uploaded to forum server, yet.


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Jun 02, 2018 19:36 |  #11256

Kliphe wrote in post #18637887 (external link)
Playing around with lighting setups on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Can't seem to get my background to 'unwrinkle'

If it is muslin, just spraying it with water often works.


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Jun 02, 2018 20:05 |  #11257

Setup, my trust 37" SP System deep octa without front diffuser. XPLR600 with an extension head on mathews wheeled stand.

IMAGE: http://www.bobbyzphotography.com/img/s/v-3/p2902739676-6.jpg


Result

IMAGE: http://www.bobbyzphotography.com/img/s/v-3/p2902740430-6.jpg

Fuji XT-1, 18-55mm
Sony A7rIV, , Tamron 28-200mm, Sigma 40mm f1.4 Art FE, Sony 85mm f1.8 FE, Sigma 105mm f1.4 Art FE
Fuji GFX50s, 23mm f4, 32-64mm, 45mm f2.8, 110mm f2, 120mm f4 macro
Canon 24mm TSE-II, 85mm f1.2 L II, 90mm TSE-II Macro, 300mm f2.8 IS I

  
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Jun 02, 2018 20:09 |  #11258

Same day 2nd setup on other side of the wall. XPLOR600 in a medium SB.

IMAGE: http://www.bobbyzphotography.com/img/s/v-3/p2902738884-6.jpg

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Fuji XT-1, 18-55mm
Sony A7rIV, , Tamron 28-200mm, Sigma 40mm f1.4 Art FE, Sony 85mm f1.8 FE, Sigma 105mm f1.4 Art FE
Fuji GFX50s, 23mm f4, 32-64mm, 45mm f2.8, 110mm f2, 120mm f4 macro
Canon 24mm TSE-II, 85mm f1.2 L II, 90mm TSE-II Macro, 300mm f2.8 IS I

  
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Jun 02, 2018 20:11 |  #11259

bobbyz wrote in post #18637962 (external link)
Same day 2nd setup on other side of the wall. XPLOR600 in a medium SB.
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Nice work Bobby.


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Jun 02, 2018 20:15 |  #11260

Osa713 wrote in post #18637964 (external link)
Nice work Bobby.

Thanks. It was quite windy and cold for northern CA at this time of the yr. And 3 students with Fuji camera and other 3 with Sony. First time not even a single canon or Nikon user. So couldn't use HSS mode as I only had one Fuji and one Sony trigger.


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Jun 02, 2018 21:33 |  #11261

Thanks for the advice!

ThreeHounds wrote in post #18637929 (external link)
Nice space. I keep my backdrop cross pole at least 1' wider than the muslin or canvas that I use. That way I can tension it with
these (external link) bungee clips I picked up from Cowboy Studio. Then I spray the drop with water from a garden pesticide sprayer from Home Depot and adjust the tension until it's tight as a drum (if that's the look I'm going for).

Here's an example...

Edit: sorry, didn't intend that to be so huge... Don't know how to edit pics uploaded to forum server, yet.
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Jun 03, 2018 19:24 |  #11262

bobbyz wrote in post #18637962 (external link)
Same day 2nd setup on other side of the wall. XPLOR600 in a medium SB.
QUOTED IMAGE

QUOTED IMAGE

Ahhhhh, to be young again!:-P

As always, Bobby does great work and finds the talent to shoot.


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Jun 03, 2018 23:31 |  #11263

Thanks.


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Jun 04, 2018 11:25 |  #11264

Model: Hannah
Mua: Jenna
Bts photograper: Allie


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Jun 04, 2018 18:23 |  #11265

DThriller wrote in post #18639005 (external link)
Model: Hannah
Mua: Jenna
Bts photograper: Allie


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Great, great stuff, DThriller ! Thanks for sharing with us. :-)




  
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