Trying out my new strobe lights...

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  1. Shutterbug

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    Nice pic matey, wish i was as good as you
     
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    Very nice, what kind of strobe did ya get? :D We want details!

    Word yo!
     
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    Lula Cracks-Up At Crazy Titles!

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    Nice Shot.....The title is curious :p
     
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    Well, I got an older model Norman P2000D strobe kit - 4 Strobe heads, and 2 powerpacks. With those, I also got about twenty reflectors, and all the stands needed for them, as well as one overhead boom stand.

    This shot was just a test, but it for some reason it's getting great feedback on deviant art, so I thought I would post it here.

    Heh, I know it's not incredible, but I am just a 16 year old kid.
     
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    Great attempt! If I was to play art director; try it head on and diffuse the light. Position one of the heads to light the wine in the bottle and glass.

    I have had my junky hot lights for years. They have paid for themselves 20 times over. If I had any kind of sense I would retire them. But, hey they work.
     

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