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NSFW - A few lights, a kit lens, and a bunch of skimpy dressed women.
Camera: K20D ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/180s Aperture: F9.5 
Posted By: ChainbreakR, 12-12-2009, 04:57 PM

Here's a few from a photoshoot I did for the Duke City Darlin's. Besides the group shot, the other two are with an 18-55 AL kit lens and two off camera flashes. The group shot was with the 10-17mm fisheye, although I'm not super happy with the lighting on it....either way, I thought they were pretty fun!

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12-12-2009, 09:30 PM   #2
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Comical.

Looked like the lighting was difficult to control.
On the first two, it looks most intense at her chest, when her head also needed some, and in the last one suffers from very harsh lighting over the left side with massive blowing out of the lady at bottom left whilst not enough light falling on the ladies at far left and bottom right.

Otherwise a fun concept.
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Ash,

Thanks for the words. Look at the first again...I just did a re-edit Took some light off of her stomach and added some to her face!

The last pic is a mess. I only liked it compositionally and thats why I threw it up. I had much better(lighted) group pics for them.

Light was a mess. I wanted dramatic light because the lame couch/living room wasn't adding anything compositionally so I wanted to knock the background out. I did that by running high power on the lights and a tiny aperture....and, because of SERIOUSLY LIMITED space, I didn't have much control to move them forward/back without either hitting something behind me or the umbrella/stand actually being in the frame. Light falloff is normal with such wide angles, though....
Either way, I'm happy with the lighting on the first two. The last isn't even on my Flickr...just threw it up to show the group.
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Looks like you would have had some fun

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heh, much fun!
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Wow, I wish I could shoot such lovely models. I simply love goth chicks!
Unfortunatelly it seems like there weren't enough preparations before taking the photos. Maybe next time you should focus more on details like your background and light placement. What strobes did you use? Anyway I think girls had some laugh and that is most important. Good luck mate and post some more naughty stuff
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