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Submitted on October 25, 2010

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Jorge moreno

This is pretty sick. Great light control.

Posted 8 years ago   

Terry Thomas

How could the "oranged light" be hitting your lens? In the diagram it is located behind the subject.

Terry Thomas...
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Atlanta, Georgia USA

Posted 8 years ago   

Mateusz Pieniążek  

Behind the subject there was a strobe with a red gel. Tle one with orange filter is on the left hand side (on a diagram it's yellow, but in the editor that yellow strobe is called "orange"). The effect of the light hiiting my lens is cpearly visible - giant red flare on top left corner

Posted 8 years ago   

1/200 sec.


ISO: 100

Focal Length

10 mm

Exposure Bias



Canon EOS 450D

Lights Used

Natural Light



Additional Notes

Wish i had had something to prevent the "oranged" light from spilling directly to the lens (a flag or a grid) and one more strobe to put behind an umbrella in order to soften the main light a little bit (a single one was too weak to provide enough light through the umbrella)

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