Life Through a Lens 2

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off camera SB-800 camera front left, triggered using CLS, on camera flash turned to -- and trigger flash bounced back to avoid extra lens flares.
Sigma 50-150mm @F/2.8

I've came back to this idea again: here

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  1. misu / Mikhail Palinchak 74 months ago | reply

    Nice concept and its realization. Very well done. Perfect background and DOF with detail were they should be - on the main subject. I agree with sugested croping :)

  2. adamaflynn 74 months ago | reply

    Wow, impressive Jon. I like it!

  3. chau_nguyen 74 months ago | reply

    The technicality is superb. But it wouldn't hurt if you zoom in a bit more.

  4. lytfyre 74 months ago | reply

    Mike: CLS is Nikon's "Creative Lighting System" - like cannons wireless eTTL - triggering the off-camera flash using the built-in one.

  5. Mike Seliske 74 months ago | reply

    thats sweet, canon def does not have that. You have to have the 580 or equivalent to be a master.

  6. William Krusche 74 months ago | reply

    Amazing!!! Well done!!!

  7. Neal Bingham 74 months ago | reply

    Awesome.. I want this lens!

  8. trickyoho 74 months ago | reply

    I must say, this is quite nice. And is some inspiration for a piece I am working on... (I'll be sure to give you credit)

  9. lytfyre 74 months ago | reply

    trickyoho: sure, I'd like to see it, can you post a link when you upload it?

  10. Reds. 71 months ago | reply

    Well planned and executed gear shot!!! My favourite lens :)

    Seen next to a fellow photo of the group "Fast, Wide Open, Lenses". (?)

  11. hellodan 70 months ago | reply

    This is an interesting shot (:

  12. krugerlive 70 months ago | reply

    i love these old AIS lenses, great shot.

  13. Gaius Earl 53 months ago | reply

    clever shot.

  14. Arsalan Khatri 46 months ago | reply

    Very Neat and sharp ! Awsome :)

  15. Abhishek_Parashar 32 months ago | reply

    I dunno why but I am trying this with my Nikkor 50mm 1.8G off-camera and Nikkor 70-300mm on-camera and not able to get this at all :(... Any ideas if I am doing anything incorrectly...

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