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Jul 08, 2011 12:07 |  #5716

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I really like this shot. Excellent lighting...bw!


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Jul 08, 2011 12:10 |  #5717

airbutchie wrote in post #12668566 (external link)
Entourage group shot with the 35L @ f/5.6... Lighting was from two AB1600's and a 580EX2 mounted on the hotshoe...

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Nice shot! Beautiful Group.


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Jul 08, 2011 12:15 |  #5718

ZSutton wrote in post #12719020 (external link)
Doug contacted me, wanted to do some shots showing his love for fine cigars. So we met up downtown Kalamazoo and found a cool alley to shoot in. This is more of an outtake shot than anything, I just posted it before I leave for Tampa, Florida tomorrow, to show some work before I disappear for a couple days.
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really nice work Zach :cool:


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Jul 08, 2011 12:27 |  #5719

ZSutton wrote in post #12719020 (external link)
Doug contacted me, wanted to do some shots showing his love for fine cigars. So we met up downtown Kalamazoo and found a cool alley to shoot in. This is more of an outtake shot than anything, I just posted it before I leave for Tampa, Florida tomorrow, to show some work before I disappear for a couple days.
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Wow, I love everything about this Zach! Lighting, composition, processing are all amazing.


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Jul 08, 2011 13:19 |  #5720


Simple B&W. Like! <click> ;)


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Jul 08, 2011 14:25 |  #5721

CiM_Photography wrote in post #12724723 (external link)
Are these all background replacement, Scott? If so - simply amazing work. Excellent blend of lighting and background selection. My only negative is how they hold the guns - and not from a safety standpoint. The first image looks as though they are afraid of the weapon - but the second image is precisely what I'd like to see for handling.



Thanks

Most of the images I post I pick the first image and do a basic edit. I understand what your saying about the gun handling. LOL These are not the final images and I will it a point to post a better gun handling image, just for you.

PS: If your looking at the gun your looking at the wrong thing. :)


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Jul 08, 2011 14:28 |  #5722

Now, now Scott. ;)

I only inspect the guns since that is where their lovely arms are directed. I only inspect their lovely arms since they are attached to their awesome figures. I only inspect their awesome figures because... well, we'll leave it there. ;)


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Jul 08, 2011 14:33 |  #5723

LOL its all good and fun


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Jul 08, 2011 16:06 |  #5724

Playing with my new Cactus V5 and have never used off camera flash before.
CC are always welcome!

And It's the first time I use an umbrella and softbox.

24" Softbox with 420ez @ 1/32 power, about 3 feet from my wife left and 430EX II @ 1/16 power throug an umbrella around. 6 feet to the right of her.

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Jul 08, 2011 18:10 |  #5725

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Jul 08, 2011 19:05 |  #5726

Nothing special just playing around on a rainy day. Found another good use for my frosted glass desk.

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Jul 08, 2011 19:23 |  #5727

dFlex wrote in post #12726615 (external link)
Playing with my new Cactus V5 and have never used off camera flash before.
CC are always welcome!

And It's the first time I use an umbrella and softbox.

24" Softbox with 420ez @ 1/32 power, about 3 feet from my wife left and 430EX II @ 1/16 power throug an umbrella around. 6 feet to the right of her.

Nice first try! That set up (same light from left and right) is a little flat though.

Next try unbalancing the light. Just use one high and to the left or right. Move it around her a bit to give some shadows. See what works best for you. That creates some drama and dimension.

Then try using the umbrella for fill on axis and use the box high and at an angle. With just the umbrella give just enough light so her face is coming out of shadow - but definitely under exposed. Then add the softbox as a key light on top of that - again high and right/left.


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Jul 08, 2011 22:06 |  #5728

Self portrait taken yesterday.Still learning how to handle off camera flash properly.I feel as though i`m getting the grips of it.

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Jul 08, 2011 22:14 |  #5729

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Jul 08, 2011 23:19 |  #5730

mikekelley wrote in post #12727147 (external link)
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Is this another of the composites? If I remember correctly, you posted a sort of "How-to" video some time ago right? Just as great as the others Ive seen.


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