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    hi,
    just in the midst of admiring the babes fotos of FHM2007 GND competition

    some doubts about shadows.
    plesae view the FIRST pix in this thread

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=254112


    theres no shadow casted beside the model in pix one at all amazing..... this is taken @ caltex house.

    the ceiling is at least 8storey high. no other walls except the one by her left. Photographer claim not usin any bounce card or diffuser @ all....just only his SB600 direct flash....


    how did he do it?

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    the person is shooting from the left hand side of the picture, so if there is flash, the shadow will fall on the right.

    If u look carefully, there is still a bit of shadows on the right side of the photo. look at her left arm carefully. the photographer is standing to the left of this photo and the model is slanted, thats y u can only see a faint shadow..
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcuf2 View Post
    the person is shooting from the left hand side of the picture, so if there is flash, the shadow will fall on the right.

    If u look carefully, there is still a bit of shadows on the right side of the photo. look at her left arm carefully. the photographer is standing to the left of this photo and the model is slanted, thats y u can only see a faint shadow..


    ya,....get u there.....

    honestly do u thing its practical to use omnibounce for outdoror shoot?

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    Default Re: some doubts about shadows.

    Quote Originally Posted by 919956g View Post




    ya,....get u there.....

    honestly do u thing its practical to use omnibounce for outdoror shoot?
    Well, it's up to you. But I like it due to a more diffused light as opposed to a naked flash effect.

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