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  1. Camera – Canon 30D
    Lens – Canon EF 50mm f/1.8

    EXIF:
    50mm
    f/5
    ISO 400
    1/160s

    Strobist Info:
    1 Vivitar 285HV at 1/2 power
    ~5 feet in front of the subject, pointed at and reflected off the white ceiling
    1 white circle reflector under subject (he was sitting on it)

  2. Thomas Coulter

    Sunpak 555 1/4 power bounced off white bed sheet to left. The rest of the sheet was wrapped around me for fill. Nikon D70 18-70 lens.

  3. Melindros

    600ws strobe approx. 2ft from subject camera right with 7″ reflector. No defusion, strobe at its lowest setting 28 to 135mm is lens @ f18, 1/250.

    This is our nephew Justin.

  4. Levon

    Yongnuo Speedlite YN-460 shot through white umbrella set on a lightstand camera right

    exif:
    Model – Canon EOS 450D
    ExposureTime – 1/200 seconds
    FNumber – 4
    ISOSpeedRatings – 200
    FocalLength – 50 mm

  5. Louis Weyl

    One SB900 bounced of the wall/ceiling as fill light. ISO: 200, 85mm, F3.5, 1/125sec. As part of a natural beauty look. The picture is mainly unprocessed besides some straightening and cropping.

  6. During my trip back in my old stomping grounds to visit for the holidays I was able to schedule a shoot with a young lady that I had worked with previously. We ventured out to Fort Washington, which was one of the forts built to protect Washington DC from water based attacks from the south.

    In this shot I placed a speedlight triggered by a PocketWizard Flex in the room behind her as a rim light to ensure that I would get the clear shadow casted forwarded. I allowed the available ambient natural light fill the front of my image.

    Technical Info

    Nikon D700
    Focal Length 50 mm
    Exposure 1/200
    Aperture f/2.2
    ISO Speed 200

    Strobist
    Nikon SB700 (~ -1.0 EV)

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