Self Portraits

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  1. dirty1thirdee

    dirty1thirdee TPF Noob!

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    I shot these two self portraits for a school assignment. Tell me what you think!

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    top one is very interesting-where was the light on the ground coming from? a street lamp?
     
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    Nope, it was from an SB-28 at 1/8 power. The light on me was from an SB-28 at 1/2 power bounced off a 32" white umbrella. Both were triggered with Pocketwizards.
     
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    dude, awesome first shot...i wish i could do the same, holding a snowboard instead!
     
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    Thanks! And yeah, I was thinking about doing the same shot with my snowboard but I chose the bike instead.
     
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    haha i like the second one, its nifty and looks cool besides I like Ginger Ale :D
     
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    Both of these are very creative and well done.
     

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