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Old 09-06-2011   #11
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Three shots!

Even after setting it all up in advance I take more than three shots just to retest it.
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Nice image, Bobby.
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Three shots!

Even after setting it all up in advance I take more than three shots just to retest it.
Oh we did about a 125 frames total but we had 12 specific shots on the story board and by the time we got to this one his attention span was down to 3 frames. The only adjustments I made before the shot was to move the black foam core panels I use as flags fir the background lights closer to the subject to increase the edge contrast of the glass and liquid
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Canada is so conservative, we had a vodka sold in a bottle the shape of a skull. Most provinces banned the product as the bottle was seen as too 'biker'. That's what happens when the government owns all the liquor stores!
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Old 09-12-2011   #15
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Like it
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Old 09-13-2011   #16
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Bobby, your mastery of studio light is awesome.

White on black on white would take me a year just to get wrong.
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Thanks John, it truly is not that difficult you simply have to be aware of the inverse square law and ensure that you are in control and not allow it to kick your butt
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Striking image.
I like it
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Old 09-20-2011   #19
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Fantastic exposure control.
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I wonder if the 'bling' created a dilema? In or out with the jacket buttoned?
The carabund is loose, it should look snug. The bow tie is also loose. The jacket is a little large & the trousers a bit too long & loose. They did not have his size?
I don't like that his left shoulder is so drooped, it also increases the creases in his left arm enchancing the 'jacket does not fit' look.
black people often wear our clothes loose.


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