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Sep 17, 2020 11:30 as a reply to  @ post 19126208 |  #11836

Awesome. only thing i would have done is remove the bottle cap.


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Sep 17, 2020 11:54 |  #11837

Darkroom images by 616 wrote in post #19126259 (external link)
Awesome. only thing i would have done is remove the bottle cap.


I hear you, this is an ad for the micro brewery. When I see ads for scotch and whiskey the bottle is almost always filled (in fact the neck is filled to the cap, not like when you buy it) and the bottle is sealed. I think that is to imply "you can have this one". But occasionally I do see and ad and think how did they get the full glass with a closed bottle?


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Sep 17, 2020 18:35 |  #11838

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Guns and beer, I like it as much as chainsaws and beer, eh.:-P


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Sep 17, 2020 18:56 |  #11839

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Guns and beer, I like it as much as chainsaws and beer, eh.:-P

You know, none of us connected those dots. We just connected the, close together, dots of it is a double barrel shotgun and the beer name is double barrel. It will be interesting to see if anyone complains when they post this pic to social.


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Sep 20, 2020 20:45 |  #11840

Results first and the setup after:

A headshot from today using a single speedlight through a 24" softbox above and slightly in front. A white foamcore board was used for fill below on a table.



A BTS shot showing my setup. I hung a black cloth over a photo frame behind me and sat on a stool behind the white board on a small table.


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Sep 20, 2020 21:03 |  #11841

navydoc wrote in post #19127791 (external link)
A headshot from today using a single speedlight through a 24" softbox above and slightly in front. A white foamcore board was used for fill below on a table.

I like it a lot. You mastered the forehead specular which is always a challenge.


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Sep 20, 2020 21:11 |  #11842

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I like it a lot. You mastered the forehead specular which is always a challenge.

Thanks. There is a bit of a hotspot on my forehead but I don't think it's too distracting.


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Sep 21, 2020 00:20 as a reply to  @ navydoc's post |  #11843

Doc, GREAT result!! Really well done.




  
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Sep 21, 2020 01:02 |  #11844

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Doc, GREAT result!! Really well done.

Thanks very much.


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Sep 21, 2020 06:57 as a reply to  @ navydoc's post |  #11845

VERY clean glasses. Always a challenge from either flash or other reflection, or just plain grunge. No bi-focal line either. Looks good.


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Sep 21, 2020 10:37 |  #11846

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VERY clean glasses. Always a challenge from either flash or other reflection, or just plain grunge. No bi-focal line either. Looks good.

Thanks. I do clean my glasses often and they are bi-focal but with a smooth transition between.


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Sep 25, 2020 18:02 |  #11847

A BTS shot of the setup I used for two of my most recent shots. I used a single speedlight, a Nissin Di 700A, fired through a 24" softbox and placed behind a white acrylic stage. I further softened the light with a window screen frame covered with tracing paper between the softbox and stage. I used black cardboard 'flags' on the sides to limit ambient light as well.

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Oct 02, 2020 10:23 |  #11848

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Oct 02, 2020 12:56 |  #11849

You guys/gals are very creative. That is why I keep following this thread. Keep it up...


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Oct 02, 2020 21:08 |  #11850

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Very cool, now that I see this and you just reminded me that I have a red cloak I purchased a year ago and never used it in a shoot hahaha.. really nice work


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