Saturday, January 31, 2009

Diggin the strobes!


So I learned that the biggest difference between a good photographer and a mediocre one is the compostion of the image. Here I tried to get a diagnol compostion to make a more dynamic picture, which I think worked pretty well...and then using the rule of thirds to add more interest. What do you think? I'm just a beginner, so theres still plenty of work to do! Again, diggin the strobes as we used it outside in the dark with our handsome model...So, external light came from the strobes being positioned on the other side while taking this picture. Lens 18-70mm, focal length 44mm, Mmode, 1/125 -F/4.5, ISO 200... I can't wait to have my own strobes one day! These were so much fun!

4 comments:

Vaitai 6 said...

Oooohhhhh! I want to have some strobes too! Like REALLY bad. I love the composition and angles in this photo. Thanks so much for sharing your info.

Spahulu Photography said...

It was fun chatting until the wee hours of the morning! I'm so excited about some of the goals we discussed and different ways to really challenge ourselves throughout the year. Love ya L!

Ronnie said...

Love this one! This is my FAVORITE one you've posted from the workshop...so modern! But I'm sure you have a TON more you're holding back. Girl, post 'em ALL!

Joan Solitario said...

I LOVE IT!!! Okay teach me now! :)