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Behind the scenes kayaking shoot

 
Zilly
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Jun 14, 2011 07:31 |  #1

Hey guys just posted a behind the scenes blog post on how I produced this

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Its all about using big studio lights to do some pretty trick stuff, thought it might be of interest .

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Jun 14, 2011 10:47 |  #2

Well... I don't want to sound rude or something but... come on ;) It's all about using big studio lights, and this is result? With proper positioning on right place, this is something you can get on normal (sunny) day... including darker background.
And this is what you get on normal sunny day, without "big studio light" and on top of that during final run of World championships, where you are "a bit" restricted with your position and time. Not all that different ;)

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Jun 14, 2011 11:38 |  #3

Following your logic on we might as well send uncle bob with his point and shoot as he can get similar shots and doesn't need paying.

And for the record , I do think your images are completely different and also shot for completely different reasons and I do think you were quite rude, but thats nothing new for this place.

but of course what do I know . . . .


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Jun 14, 2011 14:10 |  #4

Zilly wrote in post #12591880 (external link)
Following your logic on we might as well send uncle bob with his point and shoot as he can get similar shots and doesn't need paying.

And for the record , I do think your images are completely different and also shot for completely different reasons and I do think you were quite rude, but thats nothing new for this place.

but of course what do I know . . . .

I didn't get that (^^^^^^^^) impression from this ( \/ \/ \/ \/). Actually I tend to agree with primoz. I'd rather keep my sunlight and flexibility, but to each his own.

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Well... I don't want to sound rude or something but... come on ;) It's all about using big studio lights, and this is result? With proper positioning on right place, this is something you can get on normal (sunny) day... including darker background.
And this is what you get on normal sunny day, without "big studio light" and on top of that during final run of World championships, where you are "a bit" restricted with your position and time. Not all that different ;)


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Jun 14, 2011 14:13 |  #5

I just subscribed to this thread. Popcorn, please.


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Jun 14, 2011 15:23 |  #6

zilly is right. he set the goal of having darker background and reached it.
of course, angles, light etc could always be different, but we can say that same about any type of pics.


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