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Stephen Sheridan  |  View Profile

Submitted on April 02, 2011

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Comments:

Edward Fawzy

very nice

Posted 2 years ago   

1/200 sec.

f/2

ISO: 200

Focal Length

70 mm

Exposure Bias

0

Camera

NIKON D700

Lights Used

Strobe

Category

Nature

Additional Notes

Continuation of my series of flowers on a black background as part of my 2011 365 project. I used the same lighting technique as before (opposing strobes and shoot at approximately a 90 degree angle to the strobes). The strobes were controlled on manual setting from my D700 which was set to commander mode. I added the SB600 with the homemade snoot just to add a lick of light to the stem of the flower. You can see more of my 365 shots and setup shots by visiting my blog at http://www.sheridanphotography.ie/blog

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