this cutie of a van was totally made for me. However, I’m confused as to why it’s not here in Texas. One day 🥺
Last night I went out at blue hour with a few photographers trying to show the importance of shutter speed, a tripod and a off camera flash. Ive seen many of us get comfortable with what we can do in post and we dont realize what we can do during the shoot. This was shot at 1/30th of a second. With @dianamendozaphoto holding the flash over head, and @deannamariephotography11 holding the reflector underneath to mimic clamshell lighting in the field. The camera was placed on a tripod and then it captured this image. ..
What is important to remember is that when you are taking photos that expression, light, location, subject and everything else can be controlled by you as much as you want. Do not get in the habit of shooting one way. Do not stray away from shooting flash at night, or during the day. Do not depend on your ISO unless you absolutely have to. But most importantly, do not be afraid of trying something new. ..
Godox tt600: 1/32nd power
Shutter Speed: 1/30th of a sec
Sony Fe 50 f 1.8: at f 1.8
GLOW Ez octobox 36' double diffused
Neewer Reflector: Silver Side
Tip. Slow your shutter speed down, decrease your Iso to prevent noise from getting to your image. Use a tripod to prevent from motion blur.