Up until yesterday, the only thing I've been shooting with my new studio setup are gadgets and other boring stuff. Yesterday my friend Ana was kind enough to be my first living photolab rat for me to experiment on. This was the 3rd exposure. Not bad huh?
Oh, if you're wondering about the title; a snoot is what is used to concentrated the light and prevent it from spreading all over the place. Perfect tool to create dramatic images like this one. You can buy one for the ridiculous price of €70, or do as I did - make one yourself out of some cardboard and duck tape for zero pennies.
Strobist info: Elinchrom BX 500 Ri with home made snoot at 1/16 power. Black sheet from Jysk used as background. Subject to flash: Approx. 2 feet. Subject to background: Approx: 1 feet.
|Capture date:||November 22, 2009, 18:52 (CET, GMT +1)|
|Camera:||Canon Canon EOS 50D|
|Focal Length:||50 mm|