117/365 Billy Baller
Today I was contacted by a major magazine to cover a story about famous local basketball legend, Billy Baller. Billy Baller is known for his hustling street game and his ability to coach the youth with his very unique and original methods which include shooting bowling balls to develop strength, running hills until they puke and crossing major highways dribbling a ball while blindfolded to help develop awareness on the court. Turns out the the magazine has uncovered an amazing family story by discovering that he and Track Star Tommy were identical twins separated at birth.
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Canon 7D, Sigma DC 17-70mm 1:2.8-4 Macro HSM @17mm, f/5.6, 1/50s, ISO 100
Strobist Info: See setup shot here.
-Canon 430EXII's Camera Left and in front of subject, 1/2 Power, @24mm zoom, about 5 feet high, 4 feet away from subject inside 40 inch Wescott softbox.
-Canon 430EXII Camera right and behind subject, 1/4 at 105mm Zoom fired bare, 7 feet high and 10 feet away from subject, fired bare.
-Canon 430EXII Camera left and behind subject, 1/4 at 105mm Zoom fired bare, 7 feet high and 10 feet away from subject, fired bare.
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