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Mar 11, 2022 15:46 as a reply to  @ post 19354359 |  #11986

Your flashlight holders and stuff are cool too! what are they?


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Mar 11, 2022 15:47 |  #11987

Like these two off the wall.....


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Mar 11, 2022 15:48 as a reply to  @ SYS's post |  #11988

such precise focus! well done!


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Mar 11, 2022 15:53 |  #11989

ptcanon3ti wrote in post #19354365 (external link)
such precise focus! well done!

That's the most difficult part as you can't just aim the lens at it and focus. The droplet has to be the right size, the distance from the droplet to the background has to be right and the right angle of the droplet...



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Mar 11, 2022 16:01 |  #11990

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Your flashlight holders and stuff are cool too! what are they?


From the bottom up: dumbbell weight, magnet diy'ed with male thread, some spigots, mini friction arm, and mini clamp


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Left Photo: Manfrotto mini tripod, spigots, Manfrotto double (forgot what they're called), mini clamp, led flash light
Right Photo: Magnet diy'ed with male thread, long spigot, Manfrotto (forgot wheat they're called; used with friction arm), mini clamp, and flash light

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Apr 18, 2022 09:11 |  #11991

Another Nier Automata inspired shot

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YoRHa 2B Sword & Lunar Tear Flowers

Set up backlit with both my Godox As360II
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Apr 18, 2022 12:01 |  #11992

School photos.

Camera on 3 Legged Thing Albert 2.0 tripod, Flashpoint X2 Pro trigger and 3 stop KASE ND in camera filter
Lighting AD600BM with remote head in Cheetahstand QRB 48 and AD400Pro with remote head in Cheetahstand QSB 26. Both on Neewer Aluminum Alloy Heavy Duty C Stands.


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May 22, 2022 11:08 |  #11993

Simple one-light OCF setup for pre-prom photoshoot... 1Dx + 50L + Lee Bellows Filter Mount + Lee 0.9 ND Filter... Profoto B10 + 7" Reflector (socked) for fill light underneath the shrubbery... Strobe mounted on an old RRS Orbital OFC Flash Mount... B10 triggered wireless by Profoto Air Remote... Setup photo taken with my iPhone X Pro Max... hehehehehe...

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May 25, 2022 02:26 as a reply to  @ airbutchie's post |  #11994

The lighting is great...but methinks it's the perfect posing that really makes this shot.


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May 25, 2022 17:08 |  #11995

gkuenning wrote in post #19382192 (external link)
The lighting is great...but methinks it's the perfect posing that really makes this shot.

Let's just say a combination of both, yeah? Heheheheh... :)


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Aug 07, 2022 21:04 |  #11996

Here is another one

Lights:
MTL-900II for key light to wash out a little of the pink light which is also a key light
Neewer 660 RGB for key light (pink)
Neewer 660 RGB for rim light (turquoise)

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Canon EOS R
Canon EF 50mm f1.2

Composite layer of storm clouds i took with my phone to give the backdrop some texture

Model: Oliver Skye cosplaying as YoRHa No.2 Type B (2B) of Nier Automata


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Aug 08, 2022 20:15 |  #11997

DigitalTuned wrote in post #19413420 (external link)
Here is another one

Lights:
MTL-900II for key light to wash out a little of the pink light which is also a key light
Neewer 660 RGB for key light (pink)
Neewer 660 RGB for rim light (turquoise)

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Canon EOS R
Canon EF 50mm f1.2

Composite layer of storm clouds i took with my phone to give the backdrop some texture

Model: Oliver Skye cosplaying as YoRHa No.2 Type B (2B) of Nier Automata


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Aug 08, 2022 21:08 as a reply to  @ windpig's post |  #11998

It is, i cant wait till i change my floors. i hate that carpet, this way i can extend the backdrop on the floor too and the models wont sink haha. Thank you


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Aug 16, 2022 00:48 as a reply to  @ DigitalTuned's post |  #11999

i just got a piece of board and laid it on the carpet.


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