Pull backs....lets have some!

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  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 19, 2011
    Diva, don't forget to also purchase some pleated shades in color. Light them low from behind and you get some neat effects. Even gel you bkg light.
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 25, 2011
    Same trusty 4x6, reflector and at times a kicker. Plus a few others.

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  • jpcjpc bokeh junkie Posts: 840Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 29, 2011
    Great set, Charles. Very clever.
  • iteach6giteach6g Big grins Posts: 26Registered Users Big grins
    edited April 30, 2011
    Thanks for posting these. Its cool to see the before and after shots. I noticed a hair across the model's face in the second one. Maybe its my screen???
  • Ray DauphinaisRay Dauphinais Innocent Bystander Posts: 92Registered Users Big grins
    edited May 10, 2011
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  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 12, 2011
    RKD, thanks for sharing some great work.
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 12, 2011
    The first four photos were taken with the same setup. A beauty dish with a sock on it. The first two photos I used the sun as the main and the dish to fill in. photos 3 & 4 & 5 were taken in open shade with the beauty dish as the main. Camera was Canon 5d MkII with a 85mm 1.2 lens.

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  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 12, 2011
    Both of these were taken in a shaded area. The first one I only used a reflector and the second one was a reflector with some fill flash on camera.

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  • dlscott56dlscott56 Major grins Posts: 1,311Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 21, 2011
    Just stumbled onto this thread. AWESOME! A BIG thank you to all who have contributed to it.
  • DeVermDeVerm Major grins Posts: 405Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 22, 2011
    It was me and friends who shot these pull backs but a huge crew doing the shoot of "A Quantum Solas" - the James Bond movie right here around our boat in Panama.

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    I hope you enjoyed them :D

    ciao!
    Nick.
    ciao!
    Nick.

    my equipment: Canon 5D2, 7D, full list here
    my Smugmug site: here
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 22, 2011
    Very, very cool. Must be nice to have a few assistants around. Thanks.
  • FrochFroch ~~~~ Posts: 571Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 23, 2011
    Thanks for this thread. I've jumped into the deep end in trying to learn off camera small flash lighting. It's been fun. This thread is an excellent tool in seeing the setups and their results.
    I play alot in the Challenges, and this year has been dedicated to setup images. So below are a few of my setups as I continue my learning process.
    Thanks for looking! P

    For the theme-- MOM or WOW
    'Separation Anxiety'
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    Theme- Chocolate
    'Death By Chocolate'
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    Theme - Glass
    'Glass Jaw'
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  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 23, 2011
    All are not my cup of tea but done Very Well!!! I'm sort of jealous of your creativity, good stuff.
  • angevin1angevin1 Performs as designed Posts: 3,403Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 23, 2011
    Thanks for the Set-up photos Paul!
    tom wise
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 16, 2011
    This is my really slow time of year so here is a 10 day old rascal. I went to the house and it was a dreary day despite the light coming in the window. Used a small octo box from Denny and a small reflector.

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  • AndeeAndee Food Photography Lover Posts: 123Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 16, 2011
    This are nice. Say, is that an instrument case in the last shot? Very cool. If it is, what is in there when the baby is not? Laughing.gif Cute shot! Love the blue that was in there Charles
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 16, 2011
    His dad is a sax player, I have some with the sax also but still processing files.
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 16, 2011
    Nice. I like the stand anchors!!
  • SimpsonBrothersSimpsonBrothers Hobbyist Posts: 1,079Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 16, 2011
    Hackbone wrote: »
    Nice. I like the stand anchors!!
    They're aftermarket. :D
  • angevin1angevin1 Performs as designed Posts: 3,403Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 16, 2011
    They're aftermarket. :D
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    tom wise
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 16, 2011
    Tom, love your site. Would like to take a class from you.
  • AndeeAndee Food Photography Lover Posts: 123Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 16, 2011
    Hackbone wrote: »
    His dad is a sax player, I have some with the sax also but still processing files.

    Sure hope we get to see some of those....hint hint!
  • angevin1angevin1 Performs as designed Posts: 3,403Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 16, 2011
    Hackbone wrote: »
    Tom, love your site. Would like to take a class from you.


    Ha! headscratch.gifYou cannot be talkin about me Charles!
    Besides it's you who has given the clinic here! And lots of great ideas and interesting stuff from everyone too!

    I love this thread!
    tom wise
  • divamumdivamum Major grins Posts: 9,021Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 19, 2011
    Seeing the James Bond shoot is a powerful reminder yet again of how many people and how much gear goes into creating the "high end" results we see in movies, on TV and in fashion shoots. I know this intellectually, yet am still always frustrated when my "one-woman-show" shots don't come out quite as high-end as that rolleyes1.gif Honestly, having stylists, an army of MUA's and enough pairs of (skilled) hands to move reflectors and booms around is such a HUGE part of the final product. Yup, we can do a lot on our own... but it sure is easier when you don't have to be all things to all people. AND handle the camera!! lol3.gif

    Simpson, you too - two assistants is two more than I usually have... I'm jealous!
  • Molotov EverythingMolotov Everything turn dials, click buttons Posts: 211Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 23, 2011
    I'm looking at the first shot in the James Bond series and just imagining the sound guy going "hey guys, can I maybe stand up front a little more and collapse the boom?" "NO! Get back there and hold the long boom!" "But there's all this empty space on the sides here and I just thought...." "Hit the gym and quit your bitching!"
  • SimpsonBrothersSimpsonBrothers Hobbyist Posts: 1,079Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 24, 2011
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 24, 2011
    very interesting!!
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Posts: 4,023Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 21, 2011
    Finally started senior season so I hope to have some to post.

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    Two softboxes behind the subject on a 45 degree angle and exposed for those boxes. 4x6 laying on the floor coming up from the bottom about 2 stops less.

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  • jpcjpc bokeh junkie Posts: 840Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 21, 2011
    Great light, Chuck.
  • angevin1angevin1 Performs as designed Posts: 3,403Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 22, 2011
    Sweet Senior Sidelight!
    tom wise
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