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Aug 17, 2009 22:27 |  #2116

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Here are a few that took last Sat. The girl was AWESOME :)

#1 Is pretty cool for some reason.... :)




  
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Aug 17, 2009 23:10 |  #2117

one for the road..

2 speed lights for the rear kicker lights... AB1600 for the front

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Aug 18, 2009 06:58 |  #2118

very nice. if i tried a shoot like this in knoxville.... the family/couple/I would be eaten alive by mosquitoes!

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one for the road..

2 speed lights for the rear kicker lights... AB1600 for the front


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Aug 18, 2009 10:36 |  #2119

Dr. Pham. What are your power level ratios and F#'s


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Aug 18, 2009 10:45 |  #2120

anyone here heard anything about the radiopopper jrx's? i am probably going to upgrade to them from the cybersyncs, because of the ability to control the flash power from the transmitter unit mounted on your camera. but what i HAVEN'T heard is whether or not they maintain ettl capabilities like their big brother the px. anyone have any insight on this yet? the RP website doesnt say anything about it.


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Aug 18, 2009 11:13 |  #2121

shimmishim wrote in post #8479392 (external link)
very nice. if i tried a shoot like this in knoxville.... the family/couple/I would be eaten alive by mosquitoes!

i too wouldl get eaten alive with the bugs.. i tell my subjects every time and i also prove them bull frog bug and sun protection spray for protection.

i have learned that from experience..

try it.. it works..

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Dr. Pham. What are your power level ratios and F#'s

lets see.. i have the rear lights about 15 to 20 feet away from the subject..

430 was @ 1/2 power and the 580 was @ 1/4 power

the front light was about 1/3 power..

i shot those at ISO 320 - 400 to drag in the sky.. and shutter was 1/60 and between 1/100

f stop was 6 ish to 7 ish

funny.. i have never been titled that.. ha ha..

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Aug 18, 2009 23:11 as a reply to  @ phamster's post |  #2122

Here is a shot I made just a few minutes ago. The courier just delivered my new Speedlight Pro Kit and I was testing it

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Aug 19, 2009 00:19 |  #2123

^^^^^ thanks for sharing.. that is a lot of work and info to look and understand..

here are 3 shots i like from tonights shoot..

just side lighting by the speedlights.. you can see it if you look for it..

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Aug 19, 2009 00:29 |  #2124

phamster wrote in post #8484634 (external link)
^^^^^ thanks for sharing.. that is a lot of work and info to look and understand..

here are 3 shots i like from tonights shoot..

just side lighting by the speedlights.. you can see it if you look for it..

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I guess my cluttered table made it confusing. just two 580 EX II at the back and CTO gel and 580 EX II cam left with speedlight prokit all triggered with with Pocketwizard Flex and Mini. Took me 30 mins to do all the set up shot and maybe 10 mins to finish the edit.


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Aug 19, 2009 00:33 |  #2125

Jun Madayag. Great post. I have been debating where to go Pocketwizard or Radio Poppers. I've heard mixed reviews about the new tt1 and tt5. Especially the fact that it interfears" with the 580ex2.


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Aug 19, 2009 06:46 |  #2126

enginyr wrote in post #8484694 (external link)
Jun Madayag. Great post. I have been debating where to go Pocketwizard or Radio Poppers. I've heard mixed reviews about the new tt1 and tt5. Especially the fact that it interfears" with the 580ex2.


i can not recommend them (PW) as being 100percent reliable..

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Aug 19, 2009 07:13 |  #2127

Nice shots Pham....beautiful colors! what power settings?

enginyr, I use poppers and they haven't failed yet.


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Aug 19, 2009 07:56 |  #2128

Here is another from the same TTD


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Aug 19, 2009 08:56 |  #2129

^ that's cool! no pun intended =)


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Aug 19, 2009 09:17 |  #2130

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Here is another from the same TTD

wow....thats an amazing photo. :)


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