yarrow outtake

I love the shots when know one knows I’m shooting. This was an outtake from a job I did in December.

4 Responses to “yarrow outtake”

  1. Just out of curiousity, how were you able to shoot at f/13, 1/125 in an indoor gym?

  2. Lincoln says:

    I used 2 Profoto D4 2400 packs with one head each at full power in the front bouncing off the ceiling and 2 Profoto 7B 1200 packs at full power from behind in the bleachers for edge lighting. I was replicating the look of gym lighting, but at f/13 on ISO 320. I'll post the final tomorrow.

  3. Mom says:

    I love the horns. They look like ears . . . some are listening intently, others only partly, and one not at all!

  4. Audelino Moreno says:

    That was a fun shot. It was hard work too!

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