Matt Guess

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    rodeo. f/4.5 1/20 of a second. speed light camera left, elinchrom camera right

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    1. jerem dunand 63 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot, the light is so perfect!

    2. Danger 80 63 months ago | reply

      Now that is cool!! Almost jumps out of the screen!!

    3. Max Mayfield 63 months ago | reply

      sick photo. way to turn a contest shot into something, that's tough stuff.

    4. CVNguyen 63 months ago | reply

      great shot..

    5. victortan47 [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

      best shot

    6. Tommy Larsen 63 months ago | reply

      The light is amazing. Love that mist as well!

    7. IJS Photography 63 months ago | reply

      Amazing Lighting!!

    8. Gabriella* Absent 63 months ago | reply


    9. The River Man 63 months ago | reply

      fantastic work!

    10. SG0lsen 62 months ago | reply

      Sick moves and great camera work.

    11. zacre photograghy 61 months ago | reply

      Darcy what lights do you use for your photos i'm looking into getting some for myself but i'm totally lost when it comes to what would work out good as far as fill lights key lights. any ideas...

    12. Darcy_Bacha 61 months ago | reply

      i use Elinchrom Ranger for key ($2000-3000), and speedlights for assents and fill ($150).. and unfortunately you need pocket wizards for each flash so ($160) each. a couple speedlights are a real good start if you not looking to spend thousands of dollars. good luck

    13. Darcy_Bacha 60 months ago | reply !!! peep it

    14. me_on_flickr 51 months ago | reply

      This picture is

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    15. me_on_flickr 51 months ago | reply

      Also a good option for cheaper powerful flash units are the sunpak 555 Auto - I use them skate photography - and they won't break the bank. Pretty durable too - mine have taken a few knocks and some tape does the trick :)

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