Survivor

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In the past we have attempted elaborate scenes in an effort and break up our usual exploits. This time we combined Sven and Chris’s love of manholes with our recent smoke machine acquisition to produce some shots of a survivor being plucked from beneath.

Exposure: 1/125s  Aperture: f/4.0  ISO: 200  Focal Length: 50 mm

Shot was lit with two shoot through umbrellas roughly either side and a snooted flash in front. All agreed the lighting came out quite well.

Exposure: 1/125s  Aperture: f/5.0  ISO: 200  Focal Length: 27 mm

Props were minimal this time thankfully. Some tweed clothing and face makeup for our survivor and some post apocalyptic looking gear for the rescuer. On a side note the suitcase is actually a foot locker that belonged to my Grandfather, a WWII spitfire pilot.

Exposure: 1/125s  Aperture: f/5.0  ISO: 200  Focal Length: 31 mm

Comments

3 Responses to “Survivor”

  1. Sven on July 5th, 2011 9:26 am

    I hereby title that solo shot “Will there ever be a rainbow?” 😀

  2. Jon on July 5th, 2011 10:22 am

    That does seem to be a favorite. And totally unplanned!

  3. Jon on July 5th, 2011 10:41 am

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