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Oct 04, 2019 10:15 |  #11701

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I like the use of free weights.... :-)

Heck yeah. Works likes a charm.


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Oct 04, 2019 11:41 |  #11702

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Some band shots.

That's awesome!


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Oct 04, 2019 12:10 |  #11703

riffster wrote in post #18938305 (external link)
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I'm surprised the dog didn't make it to the final image. :-)


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Oct 04, 2019 13:08 |  #11704

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I'm surprised the dog didn't make it to the final image. :-)

I'm glad I have this bts shot of him. He just kinda wandered in the room flopped down right in front and went to sleep. Miss that critter.


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Oct 04, 2019 20:42 |  #11705

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I like the dog:-P


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Oct 05, 2019 01:41 |  #11706

Attempting to bring boring school sports photos up a notch. Profoto D2 strobe, Westcott 24" Switch Beauty Dish, and 170 high school athletes. (Note: Before photo is a different kid, boom not adjusted for his height).


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Oct 05, 2019 05:04 as a reply to  @ diveguy's post |  #11707

'Attempting to bring boring school sports photos up a notch'.

You succeeded.

I'd counterweight the boom and get the weight of the sandbag off the floor - it's just safer.




  
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Oct 05, 2019 05:25 as a reply to  @ diveguy's post |  #11708

Excellent. Really love the light on the kid.


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Oct 05, 2019 16:25 as a reply to  @ Oceanripple**'s post |  #11709

"I'd counterweight the boom and get the weight of the sandbag off the floor - it's just safer."

Thanks - nice catch! I later wrapped the sandbag and added a counterweight – this 'before' photo was taken just as we were setting up and had a kid available to begin our day. It was probably not the best example to post but all I had from the shoot.

To add to your comment (for others to note), safety and overall tidiness is very important, especially when you're dealing with volume photography (and kids!). Cords need to be taped down, boom arm ends need to be either high enough or have a cushion (tennis ball) added to protect against bumped heads, using extra sandbags, and having clear paths of movement are essential. It only takes a few extra minutes and can prevent thousands of dollars in damage and possibly even medical bills.


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Oct 05, 2019 17:18 |  #11710

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Thanks! I later wrapped the sandbag and added a counterweight – this 'before' photo was taken just as we were setting up and had a kid available to begin our day. It was probably not the best example to post but all I had from the shoot.

To add to your comment (for others to note), safety and overall tidiness is very important, especially when you're dealing with volume photography (and kids!). Cords need to be taped down, boom arm ends need to be either high enough or have a cushion (tennis ball) added to protect against bumped heads, using extra sandbags, and having clear paths of movement are essential. It only takes a few extra minutes and can prevent thousands of dollars in damage and possibly even medical bills.

Ever so true. I also provide clients a copy of my liability insurance.


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Oct 08, 2019 07:29 |  #11711

Went back to my normal food lighting set up.


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Oct 11, 2019 00:27 |  #11712

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Good shot, makes the food look very appetizing.


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Oct 24, 2019 13:15 |  #11714

Taking a photo from a firetruck lasdder was a first for me.

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Oct 24, 2019 14:18 |  #11715

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