Snake portraits

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  1. doenoe

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    I wanted to play with my Cactus trigger again and this time my petsnake Spot was the volunteer. I used to flashes: speedlite 430EX on the left of the snake and a slave flash on the right, behind me. Both the the flashes had a piece of white paper stuck to them too difuse the light (i lost my Lumiquest softbox in the zoo, have to order a new one soon)
    This was just a test again and i see some things i could have done different, but im pretty happy with these:
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    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    Some pretty cool shots! The lighting looks really good, I especially like the dof on the last two.
     
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    Liked the 3rd photo. Those are great snake shots!
     
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    Amazing shots. Can you explain to me what a 'cactus trigger' is, or give me a link to somewhere with info on it? Thanks.

    Mark
     
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    Great shots! I like the last photo.
     
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    Good shots! S/he looks "fat-n-happy" !
     
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    thanks for the replies :)
    And she sure is fat, i should weigh her again some time soon. Last time i did she was 2kg.
     
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    nice shots! I very like the 3rd one!
     

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