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Posted By: hamidlmt, 03-25-2009, 08:00 AM



A single-exposure, as captured in-camera with the K20D and DA* 16-50mm 2.8. Lit with 2 AF-540's on a dual flash bracket behind a shoot-thru umbrella, wirelessly and manually triggered via SM Flashwaves.
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03-25-2009, 08:23 AM   #2
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Another couple images from the day...



Here's a regular ol' snap shot... with the FA 77mm 1.8 Limited.

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Great shots, I really like these you've done them very well.
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Great shots, I really like these you've done them very well.
Thanks Scott!

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Me likey very much! I've been wanting to do some multiple exposure stuff with the wife, but she's a hard one to get in front of the lens.

Just to clarify - did you do a single long exposure with multiple flashes, or in-camera multi-exposure mode?
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Very cool series. Expressive. I especially like the first and last images.

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Me likey very much! I've been wanting to do some multiple exposure stuff with the wife, but she's a hard one to get in front of the lens.

Just to clarify - did you do a single long exposure with multiple flashes, or in-camera multi-exposure mode?
Thanks! These are done with a single exposure with multiple flash fires.

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Very cool series. Expressive. I especially like the first and last images.

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Thanks JMR! Those are probably my two favs or the day.
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How 'bout one in color?



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I like your model. She's very good. Well done!
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I like your model. She's very good. Well done!
She totally got the concept of what I was trying to do and brought a lot of her own ideas. We'd do a shot and she'd jump over wanting to see the results on-screen.
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Very interesting, I like the transitions between the figures in a shot, nicely done!
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Truely creative and great work with the exposure.
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Nicely done I love third one that is trippy man - reminds me of a strobe light effect.
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Very interesting, I like the transitions between the figures in a shot, nicely done!
Thanks! It takes a lot of experimentation!

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Truely creative and great work with the exposure.
Thank you! The exposure is all of a bit of trial and error.

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Nicely done I love third one that is trippy man - reminds me of a strobe light effect.
Thanks! It is a strobe effect... just manually fired!
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Wonderfully expressive in that last B&W shot; she looks very comfortable in front of the camera!
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