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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ShootHoops, Jan 2, 2010.

  1. ShootHoops

    ShootHoops TPF Noob!

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    Setup:
    YN-460 in 45" shoot-through umbrella, 1/1 power, high on the right
    YN-460 bare, 1/8 power, low and behind
    Triggered by CTR-301P

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    Setup:
    YN-460 in 45" shoot-through umbrella, 1/1 power, high on the right
    YN-460 bare, 1/8 power, low and behind
    Triggered by CTR-301P

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    [​IMG]

    Setup:
    YN-460 in 45" shoot-through umbrella, 1/1 power, high on the right
    YN-460 bounced in 45" umbrella, 1/1 power, on the left
    Triggered by CTR-301P

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    Setup:
    YN-460 in 45" shoot-through umbrella, 1/1 power, high and directly above the camera
    YN-460 bare, 1/1 power, directly behind
    Triggered by CTR-301P
     
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  2. Jankster

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    great shots! really like the lighting in the 1st one. im wearing the same Boston hat right now hahah
     
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    Great shots! I think #1&2 are the best. I also love that you post the set-up. Thanks
     
  4. ShootHoops

    ShootHoops TPF Noob!

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    Thanks! These guys were kind enough to let me take their pictures so I could build my portfolio up a tiny bit more. One step at a time, you know. Hahah.

    I have a habit of posting my setup info under every shot now. Just because the Strobist.com pool on Flickr has a rule about it. It's not a bad idea though. Thanks again!
     
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    Anymore feedback?
     
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    First photo chops him off at the knees- Light looks great on that shot though-
     

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