Chris Sierzant at Little River Canyon

Chris Sierzant at Little River Canyon, Alabama


Tech Info: This frame was captured on Fuji negative film on a Mamiya 7II 6x7 camera and 43mm lens. I used two 300 w/s JTL monolights powered by Quantum Turbo 2x2 batteries and triggered by Pocketwizard radio slaves. One strobe was gelled blue (ctb) one gelled orange (cto). Both strobes were triggered by pocketwizard radio slaves.


Another shot from this sequence was used in a PrAna clothing ad.


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  • Joris Roulleau 6y

    is it me or is the light weird?
  • Andrew Kornylak 6y

    I used colored strobes. It was shot on 6x7 negative film
  • Michael Ross 6y

    And the lighting info is?
  • Peter Buehner 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Strobist for Sports Shooters, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    that's different for sure. what lights were you shooting with? That is good coverage.
  • Andrew Kornylak 6y

    OK. Added info in the description
  • Raimund Matros 6y

    Strange lighting but nice timing.
  • Nick Powell 6y

    i like the lighting, creates a really good balance and makes the rock a little bit more interesting, good work!
  • toetoe 6y

    A heavy kit you are using, I hope the approach wasnt too long. Great surreal shot.
  • Andrew Kornylak 6y

    Thanks @toetoe. Short approach. But now my kit is a little heavier! How did that happen... At least Im not doing it with a 6x7 rangefinder anymore :)
  • lordscience 6y

    yep weird but intentional lighting (which I think looks good) good good good
  • Daniel Herrmann-Zoll 6y

    I love this shot! I've seen it somewhere before...I think it was a Prana catalog a few years back? You dont forget a shot like this! Well done!
  • Andrew Kornylak 6y

    @Kandodan - youre right, another frame was used in a Prana catalog a couple years ago!
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Taken on March 10, 2009
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