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Alien Bee B800 positioned in front of subject at height of 7 feet at a a 45 degree downward angle, @ 1/24 power with 51” PLM silver umbrella. One SB-910 speedlight positioned behind subject’s right at 5’ 5” height with a large rogue flashbender, pointed at the wall behind subject. One SB-700 speedlight behind subject’s left at 5’ 5” height with a large rogue flashbender pointed at the wall behind subject.
This is how I see the world as a photographer. I’m constantly looking at everything as a potential photograph. A moment that has been waiting for me to capture it with my camera. Part of the creative process is envisioning the final photograph in your mind before you take the first picture.
Nikon D200, AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G lens, Aperture: f/11.0, Shutter: 1/200 sec, ISO: 800, five Yongnuo RF-603 triggers, Alien Bee B800 @ 1/24 pwr with 51” PLM silver umbrella, Nikon SB-700 speedlight @ 1/8 pwr 17mm zoom, Nikon SB-910 @ 1/8 pwr 18mm zoom, two large Rouge Flashbenders, one each speedlight. Processing done with Adobe Camera Raw, Adobe Photoshop CS6, and HDR Efex 2 to add the HDR effect to final composite image.