My three ladies

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    Setup here.

    Strobist:
    50mm / f1.4 / ND8 / ISO200
    SB28 @ 1/4 with snoot about 1m above the two cameras
    SB900 @ 1/8 into 26" softbox (3/4 covered to reduce the size) on the KIEV88 - left.
    Big white sheet on the KIEV88 right

    Mr. DIY-Photography asked me to write a tutorial about that:
    www.diyphotography.net/shooting-the-three-ladies
    Thanks for that - this makes me really proud :-)

    Tobias Pfeifer, beauFinder, and 42 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. welle23 28 months ago | reply

      cooles Bild und super Licht!

    2. Cristian Agostini ( ex Maleficus_1 :) 28 months ago | reply

      You do like old ladies! ..... :)

      Nice pictures!

    3. phoenix1874 28 months ago | reply

      Gut gemacht, David!

    4. Haggis the 1st 28 months ago | reply

      I have a Rollieflex and a Leicaflex so I had better get to work with my Nickon D200 in order to produce something similar or perhaps better iha551@iinet.net.au

    5. Sprengstoff72 27 months ago | reply

      This one made me grin :) Standout shot and excellent idea! Big kudos for sharing the how to as well! Have a nice weekend.

    6. Nanda.Rooseno 26 months ago | reply

      wow, nice concept!

    7. trainmann1 3 months ago | reply

      This is a truly amazing photo! Ever since I saw it on DIY Photography, I've wanted to do something similar. The aggravating part is that even though I focus on the cameras through my Kiev 88 viewfinder, and they look clear there, I can't get the focus on my D90 to get clear on the Kiev viewfinder. I played with this yesterday and just couldn't get much success. That, and I couldn't get the ND filter to work out like it did for you. I've gotta keep playing with it and maybe someday I can produce something worth sharing on here. Again, great idea and execution with your shot.

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