Ok, first time out with some flash guns. I have to admit I'm enjoying this. On the lawn behind Potsdamer Platz at Sunset This is at sunset. Simple set-up... the sun is setting on the right, and there is a flash camera left, high, firing at 1/4 power. Colin at S-Bahn bridge near Hackescher Markt in Berlin: One flash camera right up high at 1/8th power, and another at 1/8th power against the back wall, with a 3/4 CTO gel to bring some warmth. I kept the overall atmosphere dark. At the Museum Wall There wasn't a lot of room behind him, so I just decided to put him right up against the wall and let the light hit both equally. Two strobes (or flashes, not sure if there's a difference) one to the righ and high at 1/16th, and another camera left at 1/32nd with a 3/4 CTO. Kochstrasse with bus, Berlin Kreuzberg This is where it got fun. Three strobes, one to the left high, one to the right, both at 1/8th... but the second one is further away, and still wearing that 3/4 CTO gel. The third strobe is on the floor behind Colin, with a Stofen yoghurt cup pointing up at FULL POWER... thus actually illuminating the bus driver! The High Pass filter was supposed to give it that Futureshock look... but I'm not sure it's working... comments please (on all of it, but that look especially!) At Potsdamer Platz, with truck and cars Another shot with moving traffic, and again two different strobes at the same power, the left one with the 3/4 CTO gel. This also has the High Pass Futureshock look, and - again - I'm not convinced it works. In general I can think of a lot of flaws with these images, but considering it was my first and second time out, I'm pleased with the acceptable results.