I been putting in some extra hours lately... working part-time, for the SkyTeam.
The local photography club I attend is in the midst of a "scavenger hunt", and one of the items to acquire is a self-portrait. I do so many "standard" self-portraits that I wanted to get a little out-of-character for once. Therefore, this is my submission :)
- SB600 at 70mm zoom and 1/16 power level, bare. Positioned camera-right and shot across the scene to a piece of white foam-core camera-left (don't ask why, unless you really want to know... even then, you still probably won't understand why... because I don't even understand anymore). This light was also flagged so that the bare light didn't spill on the subject.
- SB600 at 24mm zoom and 1/32 power level, gridded. Positioned behind subject and aimed at back wall.
- White foam-core camera-right for fill-light.