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By ade_mcfade      
A little bit of acting out a scenario, a bit of lighting from me, including a red gelled flash, and a 70-200 @ f2.8 and you get some interesting results - sometimes.

I quite like this - Anthony looking all dodgy in the background, Rocco in the foreground

Tags: Flash Anthony Leeds Mcfade Rocco Portraits and people Flash and lighting

Voters: angej, Skua, vinzenz and 15 more


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mitchy81 6 1 18 England
25 Oct 2010 10:24PM
Quite like this too, although I feel the highlights on Anthony's glasses a little distracting. IMO.
Phil

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ade_mcfade 11 15.2k 216 England
25 Oct 2010 11:44PM
distracting?

I think it draws attention to him
FatBoyfocus 6 75 4 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2010 6:22AM
Nice dramatic effect... I Like it Smile
andmolliethedog 10 120 11 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2010 9:09AM
Works very well and out of focus second figure adds everything to this super photo...
mitchy81 6 1 18 England
26 Oct 2010 9:17AM

Quote:Distracting?

I think it draws attention to him



Your right, yet it draws my eye away from Rocco, who I feel is the main subject. Apologies if i've offended, it was an observation more than criticism.

Will try to do mod later today to compare.
Phil
ade_mcfade 11 15.2k 216 England
26 Oct 2010 3:09PM
no no no - not offended at all Phil, thanks for pointing it out.

I was just thinking aloud there - if you're so focussed on Rocco, you may miss Anthony in the background, so I was thinking that little catchlight pings out at you and says "look at me!" Smile
backbeat Plus
10 134 1 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2010 3:17PM
Very classy lighting...the kind of thing I'd like to produce if I could be ars*d to set it up, lol

great work mate

phil
ade_mcfade 11 15.2k 216 England
26 Oct 2010 7:01PM
cheers Phil

great working with these 2 - they were acting things out slowlt, moving all the time, so the light was changing all the time - you get far more dynamic images than just posing. You also get more blurred shots at F2.8 though Sad
28 Oct 2010 9:46AM
Stunning!

Carsten
jonathanbp 7 99 Thailand
29 Nov 2010 9:04PM
superb, I actually think the white dot pulls me back to the subject - Jonathan

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