haha. no need to photoshop catchlights.
lighting setup was:
key - AB800/shoot through cam left @ 45
fill - ABR800 on camera
rim - SB800 cam...
did some portfolio stuff for Nyla the other day... makeup was done by my lady.
Critique if you like. Comments are welcome of course....
really great. awesome lighting.
what salon was it?
whoa. great timing on the last shot.
yep... the exif data doesn't lie.
bummer that the guy wore all black, but these are great!
I'm using the 8AA - ni-mh in mine... works great. no complaints.
I can highly recommend both the grip and the 10.5 fisheye lens... money well spent there... the extra flash might come in handy if you plan on...
ummm... you kinda got the beauty dish in the shot.
hey! I had one in there too!
no security hassles?
I really dig the second shot!
I'd like to see that a little bigger even...
I took this as part of a painting w/ light assignment, but it is most definitely my favorite toy... ;)
you know that was an april fool's joke, right?
the best part is you could easily save those settings as a preset, and then it's only one click away...
I could do with a little less vignetting...
that chopper is the clear winner to me... awesome shots though!
thanks! and I did add the vignette...
This was taken somewhere in north texas... I'm on the way to Austin for sxsw.
no snow on the ground there?
or did you take this last summer?
wow. the after is WAAAAAY better. nice work.
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