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Old May 18th, 2017, 10:01 PM
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Simple single strobe light setup. On-camera, sb600, fired to the left off a large white paper wall. I had brought home some "butt-end rolls" as they call them on the printing press. I had hung them in my garagefor a party to block some areas. After a few drinks in I usually get the camera. This image was was created in a pretty packed room. Just had to wait for the background to clear.








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Old May 18th, 2017, 10:18 PM
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Simple single strobe light setup. On-camera, sb600, fired to the left off a large white paper wall. I had brought home some "butt-end rolls" as they call them on the printing press. I had hung them in my garagefor a party to block some areas. After a few drinks in I usually get the camera. This image was was created in a pretty packed room. Just had to wait for the background to clear.









Wow,

This is superb. There seems to be a yellow/cyan hue but it makes the picture finished and unique!

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Old May 18th, 2017, 10:21 PM
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Wow,

This is superb. There seems to be a yellow/cyan hue but it makes the picture finished and unique!

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Yeah I forgot to mention this is SOOC and processed with instagrams "rise" filter.
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Yeah I forgot to mention this is SOOC and processed with instagrams "rise" filter.
What on earth is that camera?

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Nikon Df with a cheao 50mn f1.8D. O aldi use custom picture style settings created with Nikon picture control utility.
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Old May 19th, 2017, 11:03 AM
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Get him to check that circular lesion above his right eye. Could be an issue!

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