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    Default Show us your setup and the final result!

    I thought it would be cool to post pictures in two parts:

    first: post picture(s) to show us your setup (placement of camera, strobes, reflectors, etc.)
    Second: the final result(s) of that setup.

    You could also list all of your equipment for the results
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    Setup Shot
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    Duncan took a shot of me a while ago - Raglan harbour .....



    I had the 18-200mm on my D40 so I could zoom in ....



    and then zoom out to show the whole scene ....



    I had an SB800 in the umbrella with an SU800 triggering it .



    With one shot the batteries were a little down and the flash never fired but the picture came out ok

    Shooting with Nikon D40 , D50 , 2 X D90 , 2X SB800 2 X SB24 1 X SB400 . Tarmon 17-50 F2.8 , Tamron 28-75 F2.8 Nikon 35mm F1.8 50mm F1.8 , 85mm F1.8 , 18-200VR , 18-105 VR , 70-200VR , Fuji F31fd .
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    Don't really have many of these. Here's one from a forum comp a couple years ago. Setup doesn't show the camera, but it's as close as I have




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    3 in 1

    self portrait,50mm Nifty plus Show us your set up Gig.

    Some cutting edge gear here,note organic 1DX

    Luch time today

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    And the Shot


    self portrait c by Clarkies_Pics, on Flickr
    Last edited by Shane.G.M; 14-07-2012 at 02:29 PM.
    6D = 40mm f2.8 = 50mm f1.8 = 70-300 f4-5.6 Tamron = 400mm f5.6L = Flash thing = P.O.S Tripod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desmond View Post
    Duncan took a shot of me a while ago - Raglan harbour .....

    Nice stuff, Have you read "The Moment it Clicks" by any chance ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron_Radford View Post
    Nice stuff, Have you read "The Moment it Clicks" by any chance ?
    Perhaps
    Shooting with Nikon D40 , D50 , 2 X D90 , 2X SB800 2 X SB24 1 X SB400 . Tarmon 17-50 F2.8 , Tamron 28-75 F2.8 Nikon 35mm F1.8 50mm F1.8 , 85mm F1.8 , 18-200VR , 18-105 VR , 70-200VR , Fuji F31fd .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Desmond View Post
    Duncan took a shot of me a while ago - Raglan harbour .....
    I have a funny feeling you were in this one also:

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    Quote Originally Posted by duncan View Post
    I have a funny feeling you were in this one also:

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    And the Result.... after a few seconds, when everyone had stopped coughing + laughing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by duncan View Post
    I have a funny feeling you were in this one also:

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    Well you can see me emerging from this "mushroom cloud" at the bottom of bridal veil falls - not sure who took this shot



    But here's an 'end result' shot from the area where you see the first smoke cloud

    Shooting with Nikon D40 , D50 , 2 X D90 , 2X SB800 2 X SB24 1 X SB400 . Tarmon 17-50 F2.8 , Tamron 28-75 F2.8 Nikon 35mm F1.8 50mm F1.8 , 85mm F1.8 , 18-200VR , 18-105 VR , 70-200VR , Fuji F31fd .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jyphoto.co.nz View Post
    And the Result.... after a few seconds, when everyone had stopped coughing + laughing....
    One of the results ... the first smoke cloud had Laura's legs sticking out and that is a shot of Christy ... unless you all kept laughing/coughing for 15 minutes
    Shooting with Nikon D40 , D50 , 2 X D90 , 2X SB800 2 X SB24 1 X SB400 . Tarmon 17-50 F2.8 , Tamron 28-75 F2.8 Nikon 35mm F1.8 50mm F1.8 , 85mm F1.8 , 18-200VR , 18-105 VR , 70-200VR , Fuji F31fd .
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    Uninteresting landscape setup:


    & result.


    Clifton Sunset by robjdickinson, on Flickr

    I dont have many setup shots and mostly they are rather dull or would involve a lot of water and risk...
    Canon 5DmkII, 400L, Canon 17-40L, Canon 24mmf3.5 TS-E, Canon 70-200f2.8L, Tamron 90mm SP AF Di f2.8 Macro, Sigma 50mmf1.4 EX HSM, Nissin Di866 flash, Manfrotto 190xprob & Markins Q3t head, Lee filters, Lowepro Flipside 400AW, Yong Nuo rf 602 triggers.


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    This was something I did for a Photoshop assignment

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    Nice shot Rob, and I like your one Dieter, very effective.

    This Friday I had 30 minutes from walking into the studio to walking out again doing a favour for friends. The hairdresser finished her at 5.30 and the pre ball party was at 6. Rolled down a white background and had a softbox either side and a light on a boom above and behind to hit the background as well as a little light on their backs.
    The kids were great and even got a couple with the parents in and was all with 10 mins to spare. They are twins by the way.

    200 ISO f7.1
    Left box on full, rightish one 1/2, rear one full.
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    I thought this was quite brilliant when i discovered it:
    Whilst taking a holiday programme i decided i wanted to take a simple portrait of her.

    Heres the photo from another kids perspective:

    IMG_1745 by Reagen Butler, on Flickr

    Heres the photo from her perspective:

    Reagen copy by Reagen Butler, on Flickr

    And heres the (average) result:

    IMG_1769-1 by Reagen Butler, on Flickr


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    Taken tonight, with the lovely assistance of Man-flu ....

    f/10 1/125
    Softbox camera left, silver reflector fill right, umbrella background light also as a kicker


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    Chicks in uniform, rawr...

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    Love her eyes in that shot paul.


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    Very enjoyable thread guys, love the diagram bigROBOTbill

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    Cheers David, I had a 2 second attempt drawing that in Photoshop, then thought the better of it.

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    Here we are using a special kind of remote trigger...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jyphoto.co.nz View Post
    Here we are using a special kind of remote trigger...
    They're expensive to maintain though - and I imagine a 'malfunction' could end up in a costly camera repair bill
    Shooting with Nikon D40 , D50 , 2 X D90 , 2X SB800 2 X SB24 1 X SB400 . Tarmon 17-50 F2.8 , Tamron 28-75 F2.8 Nikon 35mm F1.8 50mm F1.8 , 85mm F1.8 , 18-200VR , 18-105 VR , 70-200VR , Fuji F31fd .
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    Set up:


    Some results:







    Lots more here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rileyba...7630834027308/
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