Monday, August 9, 2010

Rim Lighting

focal length: 55 mm
shutter speed: 1/125
aperture: f/4.5
ISO: 200
flash: single flash fired - camera left

Last week, we worked on using off-camera flash to create a rim of light and separate our subject from a dark background for a dramatic effect.

What do you think?

(The red on the background was caused by a reflection off of a red piece of paper I attached to the flash as a flag to prevent the light from spilling onto the bookcase behind it.)



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