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

 
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Dec 11, 2019 13:48 |  #1801

One light behind piano on the subject and another pointed inside the piano...

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Dec 14, 2019 00:45 |  #1802

Just went through 130+ pages of really interesting work. These are both with 5D and multiple flashes

Thee flashes firing into two 36 umbrellas and a flash sitting in the passenger side seat.



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This was two light stands with multiple flashes on each into 36 umbrellas

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I'm really liking the radio control aspect of remote flashes. It allows the placement of the flash almost anywhere.

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Jan 02, 2020 05:48 |  #1803

Just using speedlight and white reflective umbrella.
Main light Godox v860ii with white reflective umbrella.
Rim light v850ii with small strip softbox with grid.
Background light tt685 with grid.


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Jan 02, 2020 16:55 as a reply to  @ nixland's post |  #1804

I have a Canon 5DmkII, it doesn't take pictures like this at all, I should have Canon check it... :)

These are VERY nice, I love everything about them both!


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Jan 02, 2020 20:12 as a reply to  @ nixland's post |  #1805

Fantastic images! Love your lighting in these


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Jan 03, 2020 03:55 |  #1806

recrisp wrote in post #18985047 (external link)
I have a Canon 5DmkII, it doesn't take pictures like this at all, I should have Canon check it... :)

These are VERY nice, I love everything about them both!

Thanks.
Since the last 2 years I wanna upgrade to 5D IV, but this old mk II still rocking all the time.
So I will use it until it's broken :)
I also still have the 5D mk I, which still refuse to die.




  
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Jan 14, 2020 10:24 |  #1807

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Jan 14, 2020 21:20 |  #1808

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Jan 21, 2020 19:14 |  #1809

Just simply using barn door


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Apr 11, 2020 17:21 |  #1810

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Apr 18, 2020 14:13 |  #1811


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Apr 18, 2020 14:53 |  #1812

Sweet shot. Ill bet that took a while to do.


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Apr 18, 2020 15:46 |  #1813

Angmo wrote in post #19048837 (external link)
Sweet shot. Ill bet that took a while to do.

Thanks! Yep! lol

Being in the house causes lots of experimentation. :-D


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Apr 18, 2020 22:58 |  #1814

Was playing around with 4 flashes with small soft boxes (right, Left, Top, and Bottom) with a neighbors flower. Taken inside with four different focus settings and focus stacked in PS. the bottom flash was set to half of the other flashes as to not overpower the bottom portion of the flower.

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Used a black construction paper background to keep the attention on the flower.

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Apr 19, 2020 01:52 |  #1815

Shooting at home so Speedlights used instead of strobes. :)

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Left source diffused through a sheet of paper, right source direct. Subject sits in a ceramic bowl for additional fill. Flashes triggered by hand.

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