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slayerphoto  |  View Profile

Submitted on March 15, 2011

7 Comments | Favored by 14 | Views 24

Comments:

Dirk Leemans

well done !!!! I'm jealous ! by the way, what do you use as the lights in the back ?

Posted 3 years ago   

slayerphoto  

I used 2 speed lights SB-600 & SB-80dx

Posted 3 years ago   

Kate Grauer

This is great, thanks!

Posted 3 years ago   

IVOlution !!!

Now this a damn good portrait!!!! congrats & tnx for sharing!!! I am bit confused on the f/2 issue? It looks much larger aperture...donno.

Posted 3 years ago   

slayerphoto  

hmm strange, it needs to be f/20, I'll correct.

Posted 3 years ago   

Glenn Gapi

Great lighting! just want to know the zoom of your two speedlights?

Posted 2 years ago   

slayerphoto  

I don't remember, dude experiment!

Posted 2 years ago   

1/200 sec.

f/20

ISO: 100

Focal Length

90 mm

Exposure Bias

0

Camera

NIKON D7000

Lights Used

Beauty Dish
Octobox
Strobe

Category

Portrait

Additional Notes

Think Tank Photo

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