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Dec 01, 2007 17:37 |  #31

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Dec 03, 2007 08:52 |  #32

Post your best portrait taken with only ONE flash

(Sorry if I posted in the wrong forum, if so please move it to the appropiate one for me. Since this is a lighting issue, I posted here)

Basically I would like to see your best portrait photograph that you only used a single flash with. It doesn't matter if it was fill flash, direct flash, bounced flash, or off camera flash.

The only criteria is that you used a single flash / light source for the photograph.

Many many thanks in advance.


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Dec 03, 2007 11:52 |  #33

ClickClick wrote in post #4430986 (external link)
(Sorry if I posted in the wrong forum, if so please move it to the appropiate one for me. Since this is a lighting issue, I posted here)

Basically I would like to see your best portrait photograph that you only used a single flash with. It doesn't matter if it was fill flash, direct flash, bounced flash, or off camera flash.

The only criteria is that you used a single flash / light source for the photograph.

Many many thanks in advance.

Does this mean only Shoe Mount Flash units?....
I have some with ONE studio monolight and no fill reflector that should qualify.


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Dec 03, 2007 12:54 as a reply to  @ ClickClick's post |  #34

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Dec 03, 2007 13:06 |  #35

arbib wrote in post #4431813 (external link)
Does this mean only Shoe Mount Flash units?....
I have some with ONE studio monolight and no fill reflector that should qualify.

Yes, go ahead.


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Dec 03, 2007 13:15 as a reply to  @ ClickClick's post |  #36

Jon, that is a great picture!
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Dec 03, 2007 16:35 |  #37

Here's Two...
One 320ws Studio Max II with a 45' white umbrella with Black Backing. No fill


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Dec 03, 2007 16:53 |  #38

Yikes this is bordering on NWS.


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Dec 03, 2007 16:58 as a reply to  @ bob-e's post |  #39

I see two lights in the eyes on the second one :confused::confused: ?




  
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Dec 03, 2007 17:02 |  #40

bob-e wrote in post #4433559 (external link)
Yikes this is bordering on NWS.

Glad you enjoyed them....
BTW...I am ignorant with some acronyms..What does NWS mean??


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Dec 03, 2007 17:09 |  #41

airfrogusmc wrote in post #4433597 (external link)
I see two lights in the eyes on the second one :confused::confused: ?

Well my fill light (Sunpak 411) pooped out 10min earlier, and I kept shooting thinking it was working...my batteries went dead,. by the time she changed into this outfit (or lack of) the flash was turned off. That speck may just be dust of something.
These two pictures were taken seconds apart. I just moved a little for a differant angle and pose.


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Dec 03, 2007 17:46 |  #42

arbib wrote in post #4433630 (external link)
Glad you enjoyed them....
BTW...I am ignorant with some acronyms..What does NWS mean??

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Dec 03, 2007 19:24 as a reply to  @ bob-e's post |  #43

This is nice cool thread. Sometimes I love cool pictures like this specially black and white more than regular pictures. I think it would also help out (at least beginners to dslr's like me) if you post the settings used on the camera as well.

Here's my broke contribution without a tripod or strobes. I used a regular desk lamp to the right of me. I hung a white bed sheet on the left, but I'm not sure if that made any difference. I did a little post processing to convert to black and white and a little more.


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Dec 03, 2007 20:03 |  #44

This was done with a single Sunpak 433AF shooting through a 40" umbrella.

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Dec 04, 2007 05:45 |  #45

tomd wrote in post #4432256 (external link)
Jon, that is a great picture!
Tom

Exactly what I was going to say. What was your setup for this?




  
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