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Day 09 March 2011: Indoor portraits


9 Mar 2011 12:01AM
As we have a technique taken from the Speedliter's handbook today we want to see portraits you've shot inside.

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ade_mcfade 14 15.2k 216 England
9 Mar 2011 12:16AM

lauraanne 10 27 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2011 7:57AM

jogennard 11 118 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2011 9:41AM

kaybee 13 5.7k 25 Scotland
9 Mar 2011 10:28AM

randomrubble 13 3.0k 12 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2011 11:29AM
Ray, from a series I started on Hastings Pier last summer, before the fire. He is the Chair of the group campaigning to bring the pier back into use and also used to run a club night there before the pier was shut down on safety grounds.


1x Elinchrom D-lite 4 with Softbox front left, 1x D-Lite 4 with spill kill from hard left (giving the flare). Some daylight from the right.

Tronix XT battery pack for power.
Martin_D 8 12 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2011 12:49PM
Strobe info: 580 EX II in a 41cm BeautyDish as main light outside the rest room and f/8 metered at model. One 430 EX II behind the bog brush metered to f/9 to bright up the room and one 430 EX II behind toilet metered to f/9 for rim. Triggert with pocket wizards and AC3 ZoneControl in manual mode


JackAllTog Plus
9 5.0k 58 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2011 2:10PM
My Colleague Eric at the office

Eviscera 11 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2011 6:49PM

HappyBaer 7 21 3
10 Mar 2011 6:56AM

This was the first shot that I took with a home made 'beauty dish' - although the attachment is unlike any other that I have seen. I was holding it in my outstretched right hand and trying to shoot in portrait mode with my left, (problematic for the right handed!) I also lost my balance half-way through the shot, but I think that it still worked pretty well, it cost me 69p to make, (but the glue was free as I snaffled it from work!)

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