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Jul 02, 2018 05:37 |  #11296

An evening on the beach with three beauties.


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Jul 02, 2018 05:38 |  #11297

An evening on the beach with three beauties, part 2 with pull back.


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Jul 02, 2018 10:03 |  #11298

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Nicely done. CTO gel(s) used?




  
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Jul 02, 2018 11:33 |  #11299

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Nicely done. CTO gel(s) used?

Thanks! Unfortunately, no. We went from a gray haze to the sunset so quick, I only had time to shoot my Colorchecker Passport and get my white balance from that in post. Also, with the lights I was using (dual AD200 in the bracket) there were two bulbs and I haven't figured out a way to get gels attached yet.




  
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Jul 03, 2018 08:31 |  #11300

mhickman wrote in post #18655042 (external link)
Thanks! Unfortunately, no. We went from a gray haze to the sunset so quick, I only had time to shoot my Colorchecker Passport and get my white balance from that in post. Also, with the lights I was using (dual AD200 in the bracket) there were two bulbs and I haven't figured out a way to get gels attached yet.

They make a wrap-around gel for them. Similar to this.

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Jul 03, 2018 09:15 |  #11301

PLLphotography wrote in post #18655576 (external link)
They make a wrap-around gel for them. Similar to this.

https://www.amazon.com …ID=41ksfQcdkpL&​ref=plSrch (external link)

Thanks for the find! $55 for one set though... I may have to buy a sheet of 1/4 CTO and make a bunch for myself that I can stack.




  
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Jul 04, 2018 08:06 |  #11302

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It is a stroller. I tried looking online for a used golf caddy cart and had this in the shed. As I looked at the two, this is a little larger so it takes up more room. However, I have storage for my camera bag in the seat as well as under for stuff like a towel, shoes, water bottle, etc. There's also the ability to mount more stuff to it, if you choose, because you have two sides vs the golf cart's down the middle design. I bought this a few years back at a yard sale for $25, so it definitely works for me!
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Got something identical for lugging around camera stuff on rough surfaces, those big wheels make it sooooooo much easier, most trolleys have got little wheels, great for airports, but outside, first stone, stuck....


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I had the opportunity to shoot some portraits after shooting Danielle's headshot. I had a painted backdrop about 4' behind her. Key was a deep para and strobe to camera left. Fill was a 5' umbrella with diffusion on camera axis. A third strobe was very subtly lighting haze which was between her and the background. In this tight crop the haze and light are almost imperceptible.


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Jul 05, 2018 20:27 as a reply to  @ greg thomason's post |  #11304

^^ fantastic light and mood...good on you mate!


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Jul 06, 2018 12:01 as a reply to  @ greg thomason's post |  #11305

Yes! Beautifully lit. Lovely image. Well done!




  
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Jul 06, 2018 15:20 as a reply to  @ greg thomason's post |  #11306

Great 1st post!



  
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Jul 07, 2018 08:44 |  #11307

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Setup, XPLOR600 with a medium SB.
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Jul 14, 2018 16:03 |  #11308

From a recent trip to New York =)

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2 Godox AD200s camera left and above at full power in a 38" Glow ParaPop double diffused and set off by the Sony R2 Pro Transmitter.

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Jul 16, 2018 13:29 |  #11309

A slightly over the top setup, but something I've wanted to try for ages to try and capture the coat of my babies.

Rear : 2 x Godox AD600 @ 1/32 + 0.7, one to each side, flagged by v-flats 7" reflectors. Main, above centre AD600 with gridded beauty dish @ 1/16. Fill light on floor in front of subject Godox TT660 @ 1/64, another 7" reflector.

Lighting tweaked in PS, coloured to be a little warmer, D+B and some cinematic lookups because they are stars!


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Jul 16, 2018 15:57 |  #11310

Mindeater wrote in post #18663979 (external link)
A slightly over the top setup, but something I've wanted to try for ages to try and capture the coat of my babies.

Rear : 2 x Godox AD600 @ 1/32 + 0.7, one to each side, flagged by v-flats 7" reflectors. Main, above centre AD600 with gridded beauty dish @ 1/16. Fill light on floor in front of subject Godox TT660 @ 1/64, another 7" reflector.

Lighting tweaked in PS, coloured to be a little warmer, D+B and some cinematic lookups because they are stars!


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Nice work. Looks like a tiger!


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