Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Some very nice speedlight work...

One of the cool things about writing this blog is that other photographers are so willing to share their beautiful work.

As did photographer Tohar Sade from Israel.

These images were shot on a cliff about 100 feet above sea level just outside Tel- Aviv. The shoot was set at the edge of the cliff just above the beach, Tohar was lying on the ground about 3 feet in front of his model (and dancer). On the count of three his model would start doing her thing as Tohar did his best to capture the movements of the dancer as she elevated above the sunset.

Tohar used a Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II with a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM & on camera Speedlight 580EX flash. Here are the particulars: F-stop @ 10, shutter @ 250, iso @ 320, lens @ 16mm, and shooting RAW. The flash mode was set to E-TTL @ 60 degree facing forward with catch light panel extended up.

Be sure to to visit Tohar Photography and look at more of his work.

If you would like to share your work with us, just drop me an email.

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5 comments:

Joanna said...

great! thank you for sharing!

California Deck Builders said...

we've already known with your professional, yet it is nice to see you maintain this great ability of yours

good luck
Tsahala

miasallmall said...

absolutely astonishing.
one of the most talented unknowns i've evr seen

Leyla said...

Thanks for the tips Tohar. Wonderful shot

digital photo retouching said...

that is a stunning image! I used this effect for a wedding and got imressive results! Keep up the good advice and tips