Dusk Composites

By: Gustav Hoiland

Jul 09 2012

Category: architecture, portrait

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Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:19mm
ISO:100
Shutter:8 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Flash Porch

The one-day-a-week student, the night before the next class. Something about shooting at dusk. Melding duskular lighting with interior incandescence, and heck why not throw a couple strobes into the mix.

Man, oh man oh man do I need to get better at making selections in the Photoshop. I know of methods for doing it well, but on a practical level I have about a pinch, maybe a smidgen, of actual relevant skill. Probably something I should funnel some time into. Maybe.

Whatever the case, I kinda like this. It’s nice. In a way. I like the challenge of working with tiny spaces and multiple lights and tripods and whatnot. It’s the hands-on challenge behind the scenes.

Monk rum and all.

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