Geisha Ninja Zombie Killer

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    Ian Hayhurst, Rodrigo Coutinho, and 47 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Ian Hayhurst 73 months ago | reply

      Very Dramatic (tiny bit more light on thescabbard to the right perhaps?
      Love the composition

      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    2. John Adkins II 73 months ago | reply

      very nice lighting technique!

    3. sga1120 73 months ago | reply

      i love the way this is lit..
      your setup shots are always very useful, too-- very helpful for those of us who are still learning

    4. D. Alan Harris Photography [deleted] 73 months ago | reply

      Sweet! THe best of the set (imo) - Those bold colors really pop on black. The lighting is spot on (of course) and she did a fantastic job with that incredible pose and expression.

    5. [evan hunter] 73 months ago | reply

      great shot...Do you feel you needed all of those lights or was it anything to do with the softboxes being small?

    6. Secgeek06 73 months ago | reply

      I love everything about it... Lighting is awesome... Maybe a little bit more light on the sword (cover??) but almost perfect the way it is.. Very cool.

    7. Greg Cee 73 months ago | reply

      Wow! - everything about this is simply outstanding! Lighting, pose colours, love it all. Great job.

    8. nickwheeleroz 73 months ago | reply

      Hi Evan, when I started, I was not really sure what lights I would be using so I just got everything out and then shuffled them around as I needed them. I was using the two D-Lites to do most of the heavy lifting and then used the small strobes to fill in where necessary. :)

    9. Bald Monk 73 months ago | reply

      Love it.

      Keep coming back to this image. I think it's cos I'm not sure what exactly a "Geisha Ninja Zombie Killer" is! :-)

    10. nickwheeleroz 73 months ago | reply

      It's what makes a bad B movie so good! :)

    11. look_its_paul 73 months ago | reply

      I'm sorry .. got light setup, but why are most images (esp. portraits) so soft .. what lens do you use ?

    12. Savage Land Pictures 69 months ago | reply

      This is awesome!

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