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Chris through a Lensbaby

By ade_mcfade      
I've got about 50 shots of Chris jumpiing in this barley field which area are all pretty cool - but I thought vary the shots from the shoot a little with yesterdays amusing "suspicious squatting" photo, and here we have probably the sharpest Lensbaby portrait I've ever managed - the eyes just popped out of the RAW file when I opened it

It's the lensbaby V2, an F8 disc (to control the ambient light, I was at ISO 50 here with the shutter at 1/125 to synch with the flahses) so you do geta decent sized sweet spot.

Same 2 strobes in the same position as the last few posts

Tags: Portraits and people Flash and lighting

Voters: RobboB, Take-a-View, Iain_Proudfoot and 22 more

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Tandberg Plus
14 1.2k 2 England
11 Jul 2009 1:16PM
Just been out on a test shoot mate

Both them vivitar hotshoe replacements i put on are smashed.
Just cracked and both flashes fell to floor

Well peaved i was

By the way i lik ethe shot
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Richsr 10 91 223 England
11 Jul 2009 6:06PM
Good work with the LB Ade - like the lighting too.
Regards Richard.
Very effective portrait never seen one with this lens that looked this good before, very clever my friend.

Dougie

Yu both had quite a ball to yourselves here.
chase Plus
12 1.1k 246 England
12 Jul 2009 9:15AM
Lovely use of the Lensbaby Ade,nicely separated from the bg with the detail spot on.
12 Jul 2009 10:31AM
Sharp as a tac, cool dude expression , nice one.
Paul Morgan 16 18.9k 6 England
12 Jul 2009 6:06PM
About time you actually got something sharp with that lens Ade Smile

Very good.

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