peterdayton
peterdayton

Stitch Up Job



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Winner in Creative Make Up Photo Challenge
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perfectway76
 
perfectway76 August 01, 2014
wow!! great job with the makeup!

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Behind The Lens

Location
This was taken at an indoor Rollerball event in Everett, WA, USA. This guy was in costume so I took him off to the side for a quick shoot.
Time
A Saturday evening.
Lighting
On camera flash with ambient surrounding lights.
Equipment
Canon 5D, 24-70 f2.8 lens, Canon EX520 flash, hand held.
Inspiration
Just the make up and the stadium surrounding.
Editing
Picture is as shot. no post processing
In my camera bag
Normally I carry my Canon 5D, 24-70 f2.8 L and 70-200 f2.8 L and EX520 flash for most of my work. Other times for fun I will take my 100 f2.8 or 400 mm lens. Very rare for me to take my tripod.
Feedback
Keep looking, look at things from different angles. Don't be afraid of 'getting it wrong'. Keep on trying. Take lessons.

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