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Thursday, June 23, 2005

Belle of the Ball


Nikon D70 @ 22mm, 1/30 sec, f/3.8, ISO 200
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Well, it was my girlfriend's grad ball tonight... the main reason I bought the SB-800. And I have to say, it performed very well - I definitely feel better at having spent so much money on it!

This shot was taken after the meal, just as the sun had gone down. Love the results.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Seshu said...

Again, John, what were your settings on the camera and the flash. More specifics would be great! Love your images and site ... keep it comin'!

12:18 pm, July 01, 2005  
Blogger Mathias said...

Seshu, It looks like John is nice enough to leave all the exif information untouched in the published images.

John, this one is as amazing as usual. I'd be interested to know a little about your method. Was this another underexposed picture with flash to make the object "pop"? It's a wonderful picture.

1:42 am, July 02, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey guys. Sorry for being a little slow in replying and updating.

A little more info... well, it was getting pretty dark at this point in the night, and so that probably added a little to the effect. Now, I shot this in manual, so I'm not enitrely sure what the ambient light would have read, but I'm guessing that it is perhaps a stop underexposed. I used the SB-800 in TTL mode and set it to -1/3.

However, I did do a little PP on this shot. The colours were fairly muted to begin with, but I desaturated the background a little more. I also added a vignetting effect to the shot which gives it that slight spotlight effect.

Hope this helps a little. Cheers for visiting again guys.

12:16 am, July 04, 2005  
Blogger innommable said...

Beautiful girl, beautiful place... This is certainly a very beautiful picture!

10:22 am, July 11, 2005  
Blogger Mahes said...

She is looking other side
means
like u very much

6:08 am, July 31, 2005  
Anonymous pierre said...

Nice portrait

5:05 pm, September 18, 2005  
Anonymous ::: A R M O K S ::: said...

What a lovely potrait...Her red dress really stands out and makes this a keeper...

6:41 pm, September 18, 2005  
Anonymous mikhail said...

beautiful shot! love the in red!

10:51 am, September 19, 2005  

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