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Captured at Sunset using Sony A7 | 85mm | ISO 200 | f-1.8 | 1-125 | fired using a flash



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vitor Platinum
 
vitor February 21, 2020
nice baby

Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken from Lincoln Woods State Park in Rhode Island.
Time
The sunset sets early during winter season in New England, so this shot was captured around 4:30PM, and it’s was cold that day.
Lighting
As for lighting a big double diffused soft box.
Equipment
Camera: Sony A7, Lens: 85m f1.8, Tripp’s: Handheld, Flash: flashpoint AD600, light stand and Sand bags to hold steady when outside is windy!
Inspiration
What inspired me to take this photo on this location was the winter fur leopard coat my subject was wearing. So that was my moment of welcome to the jungle
Editing
Used Adobe Photoshop for minor Color adjustments
In my camera bag
I always pack 50m Lens f1.4, 85mm 1.8, 100m micro 1.8 and 11-16mm 2.8
Feedback
My advise for anyone trying to capture something similar is practicing shooting in different lighting environment and condition, this gives you an insight experience shooting in low light. Theres no perfect Magic wand, it’s all learning from practice, trials and errors .

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