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Dec 12, 2016 21:12 |  #10321

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I don't. It's a good choice. The shape lets them stand and also lets you control light. Used the other direction gives good wrap. They make good scrims against hard sun, too.

The ones on the floor were to create brightness on the metal reflection off the belt. Not so much for this particular shot, but for the majority of shots with the belt worn around the waist, lighting it was a bit of a chore. There was a lot of dark surfaces present that left the belt mostly black and unable to recognize the "Havoc" emblem in gold across the front. I normally carry a 5' skrim, but forgot it on this occasion - the extra brollies fit the purpose and worked well. Thanks all for the kind words on the end result.


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Dec 12, 2016 22:11 |  #10322

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Dec 12, 2016 23:13 |  #10323


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Medium softbox above and to the back with two flags to control spill and add a dark field on the lid of the coffee press. Two white cards each camera left and camera right for light field on glass and chrome surfaces. Coffee 'steam' added in post.

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Dec 13, 2016 04:43 as a reply to  @ DThriller's post |  #10324

Cool concept, I thought as if she was in mid-air.


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Dec 13, 2016 09:15 |  #10325

Oh good I was hoping for a sort of a disorienting look


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Dec 13, 2016 11:48 |  #10326

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I like using plain umbrellas for bounce. People always think I'm crazy though.

Hey, what works, works!




  
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Dec 13, 2016 12:53 |  #10327

travisvwright wrote in post #18210558 (external link)
I like using plain umbrellas for bounce. People always think I'm crazy though.

That's pretty ingenious, I'll need to try that.




  
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Dec 13, 2016 14:45 |  #10328

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I have been looking at your work and its amazing.. You make wonderful use of the 5d classic.

Thank you very much!

Here's a simple setup at a restaurant this weekend. Brought some custom "table" boards to use over the ugly tables in the restaurant. 5D + 35 f2 IS. YongNuo 622c triggers, YN 565 EXII flash, Godox external power pack.

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Dec 14, 2016 08:22 |  #10329

The burger meat looks really odd. Is it real?


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Dec 14, 2016 09:40 |  #10330

saea501 wrote in post #18212736 (external link)
The burger meat looks really odd. Is it real?

I'm guessing it's a meatless alternative.


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Dec 14, 2016 12:09 |  #10331

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I'm guessing it's a meatless alternative.

Yeah, doesn't look appetizing. Sorry to say.


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Dec 14, 2016 12:57 |  #10332

It's a black bean/lentil/mushroom patty. The second one is a beet burger.


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Dec 14, 2016 13:44 |  #10333

BallerStatus wrote in post #18213043 (external link)
It's a black bean/lentil/mushroom patty. The second one is a beet burger.

I'd say they both look bloody lovely, making me hungry! (veggie of 35 years and counting) :)




  
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Dec 14, 2016 14:30 |  #10334

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The second one is a beet burger.


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Dec 14, 2016 16:20 |  #10335

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Careful! Looks like you just missed spilling some on your panties! ; D


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