Konrad Dwojak  |  View Profile

Submitted on February 02, 2014

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Ahmed Ismail Hosney

Wow , this is awesome !

Posted 8 years ago   

Tomislav Dinevski

Very good shot Konrad.

Posted 7 years ago   

Adi Putra Anggara

nice, seemed natural, like the light from the SB-900 may be added filters that give the effect of light entering from the sidelines

Posted 7 years ago   

1/200 sec.


ISO: 200

Focal Length

50 mm

Exposure Bias




Lights Used

Regular Flash



Additional Notes

I used 2 speedlights (SB-700 and SB-900) that were triggered manually. SB-700 (left) with 1/16 +2/3 power and SB-900 (top) with 1/32 -2/3 power. I used Phottix Odin to trigger the flashes. On the left - I made a white V-card that bounces the light and I covered the top to limit the bouncing effect off the room's walls. I also added a diffuser (round one) to soften the light even more. On the right - you see a white card that lays agains a stand - in fact I held this card in my hand when taking the picture in an angle about 45 degrees above the mini espresso mug. Finally, SB-900 is with a DIY quickly-made snoot from aluminum foil. I turned off all the lights in the room when taking the picture to avoid any reflections in the mini mug.

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