FYI, I started a new thread over at the Coffer Corner devoted to the issue debated initially by BCooter and Rob (money, etc.), to let this thread return to its roots.P.S. Rob, I think the car in pictures is a Hyundai, not Honda
One of the first with D800EOops, sorry, wrong forum.
With a couple weeks down I'm actually catching up on post work. This one's from a recent furniture shoot. Much more warm and cozy. Available light, HMI and strobe into silks, small kinos here and there.
Hi Christ in regards to using HMI vs Flash what's the advantage of one over the other. As I know, correct me if wrong, HMI is same WB as Daylight. Here you are using both. ACH
I use K5600's Joker 800's. They're fairly interchangeable with strobe (yes, daylight balanced). I use them like big guns. Where I used to have two Profoto heads banging through a 12x12 Silk, now I use one Joker. I bought them for film work and have just been integrating them into the stills for the hell of it. I do still get into situations where I need a shorter exposure on the ambient and then the HMI's become much less powerful than the strobe. I recently picked up the bits to adapt one of the Joker's into a Source 4 housing and that's really a lot of fun.CBAnother from the recent furniture shoot..
Heh... dude. The title of my blog is "One Point Perspective"Thanks for your kind words, Im rather fond of this shot too. It was one of our quickest, easiest, ironically enough.