Achieve Photographic Distinction with the Medium-Format PENTAX 645Z
Ricoh Imaging’s new PENTAX 645Z medium-format DSLR features a 51.4 megapixel CMOS sensor, Full HD video and a responsive shooting experience with three frames-per-second
It is not often that a camera can be referred to as a game-changer. One that can provide photographers with the tools that not only enrich their craft but are capable of producing images so distinct they are easily set apart from the competition. Today, Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation is pleased to announce the game-changing PENTAX 645Z medium-format DSLR, thus altering the landscape of professional photography.
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My favorite TTL control tool is the Nikon SU800. It is a control unit that is part of the Nikon Creative Lighting System. It acts as a dedicated controller along the lines of the Nikon SB700, 800, and 900, but with out the flash capability.
I wanted to share this video from You Tube user snappuppy with a great option for your Westcott Apollo soft boxes. If you want to get some extra tilt from your Apollo then give this a try.
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Camera – Nikon D300
Lens – Nikon 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5
Exposure – 1/320 @ f/14.2
Focal Length – 35mm
Lighting – Nikon SB900 and Nikon SB600.
Light Modifier(s) – 60″ Westcott shoot through umbrella and a Sto-fen Omni-bounce.
Trigger – Nikon SU800
This shot was taken from a bunch of family shots that i took with my youngest daughters play group.
I set up a background in our dinning room, and then the parents and kids came in for photo’s.
With this shot I used a Nikon sb900 and shot through a Westcott 60″ shoot through umbrella as my key light. I then used a Nikon sb600 with an omni-bounce to blow out the background and to also give a bit of rim lighting to the side of his face. I need to try a few locations for the background light in order to get the right amount of rim lighting and background light.
This was the first time that I had met Dominic and his mother Aimee, and I think that he was not too sure what to make of me here.
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