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Submitted on January 23, 2011

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Comments:

Samuraiji

Wow. Nicely done. How did you hide the flashes while you manually triggered them? Did you put them on the ground with some kind of gobo?

Posted 8 years ago   

Mateusz Pieniążek  

Taking this kind of photograph is all about walkind around the entire area and lighting it piece by piece with flash.
There was no need then to use any sort of gobo, because the flashes never hit the lens directly. The only pop of flash which was pointed towards the camera was the one that came from behind the cross (there is a shadow in LB corner which indicates that) - but then the cross acted as a gobo.

Posted 8 years ago   

Samuraiji

Thanks for the explanation.

Posted 8 years ago   

Anant Deboor

What a cool idea!

Posted 7 years ago   

286/1 sec.

f/5.6

ISO: 100

Focal Length

10 mm

Exposure Bias

0

Camera

Canon EOS 450D

Lights Used

Natural Light
Regular Flash

Category

Night

Additional Notes

Lightpainted with two handheld hot shoe flashes, both on full power (except for a single pop on the cross which was slightly weaker). Instead of a traditional lighting diagram I put the same frame lit by moonlight only.

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