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Submitted on October 25, 2010

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Jorge moreno

This is pretty sick. Great light control.

Posted 11 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 11 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 11 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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