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reuben

Mayo, US
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reuben Moderator Landscape and Sports in depth expertise Awarded for his article contributions to the Resources Donor Ribbon awarded for his extraordinary generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2015 Nikonian since 21st Jan 2004
Sun 20-Jan-13 05:23 PM

I found a place to put another speedlight in order to try and even out the contrast a bit, but I think I had it dialed in too high. Overall I like my previous setup better, but this one has potential if I can balance the main and (partial) fill better. These came out a bit too even, too flat, and required more tweaking in post.

Also, in periodically glancing at the LCD I noticed that the exposure in a couple of areas of the pool had changed. I looked up and sure enough, someone had knocked one of my lights akimbo. I fixed it at the break. While it didn't fall, it was a good reminder to use safety cables.


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Obligatory hands on water shots.

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