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Peter Prazenka  |  View Profile

Submitted on June 16, 2011

5 Comments | Favored by 5 | Views 1602


Paweł Bielecki

Really like this. Could you tell how high flushguns was set? Rear lights were not pointing subject directly?

Posted 3 years ago   

Peter Prazenka  

Two flash was pointed into the 140cm octabox and camera was inside in the hole.

Posted 3 years ago   

Paul Monaghan

I like how this one worked out.. nice back lighting with the back lights also providing the front light if I understand you right.

Posted 3 years ago   

Peter Prazenka  

thanks. Yes that is exactly how was done.

Posted 3 years ago   

Martin Zvonár

Great light and portrait Peter! :)

Posted 3 years ago   

1/200 sec.


ISO: 100

Focal Length

35 mm

Exposure Bias




Lights Used

Natural Light
Regular Flash



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