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Stormtrooper #1



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pepinair PRO+
 
pepinair May 30, 2018
Excelent!!
StudioLeFort
StudioLeFort June 03, 2018
Thank you very much Pep...
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BenjaminHornePhotography December 20, 2018
Lol, that stormtrooper has a license to kill
volkerknest
 
volkerknest Mar 05
Great
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rturnbow Oct 06
I like it...

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Behind The Lens

Location
This shot was taken on the kitchen table of our rented house. We are renovating another property and the tube is an off-cut of the chimney liner.
Time
It was taken mid afternoon in a bright kitchen.
Lighting
I rested the softbox on the kitchen table with the end of the softbox against the tube.
Equipment
Canon 7D mkII with a 10-22mm lens set on a tripod. Strobe and softbox wired to the camera. Off-cut of chimney liner and my boys stormtrooper model
Inspiration
I had been experimenting with Lego toys but wanted to try something that looked a little more realistic. It was just an experiment really. I wasn't expecting anything as realistic as Hernandez Dreamphotography...!
Editing
Definitely had to rotate just a tiny bit. Can't remember exactly but may have tweaked the brightness
In my camera bag
Usually just my trusty 50mm f/1.8 and a reflector for portraits...
Feedback
If you have kids, you may not ever have time to take photos but if you do, at least you will have plenty of subject matter - usually strewn around on every floor and flat surface...

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