This photography was just done the other day. I was contracted to shoot the I-15 Corridor near Ogden, Utah.
I lit this shot using 3 SB-800's strobes fired with Pocket Wizards. On the right side, Omni dome on strobe and set to 1/2 power.
On the left side, 2 strobes. The closest strobe to the camera has the omni dome on it set at full power and the second strobe has the flash head zoomed to 105 and set at 3/4 power.
The temp was real cold.
This Blog is for commercial photographer David Tejada. David shoots assignment photography for fortune 500 companies worldwide. He has specialized in annual reports, corporate brochures, editorial and advertising work for 30 years.
Sunday, December 03, 2006
Granite Construction I-15
Posted by David Tejada at 5:39 PM 1 comment:
I shot this photo for an engineering client of mine. They engineered and constructed the "Detroit People Mover" which circles the downtown business center.
I used 2 SB-800 strobes placed on the parking garage level below where I was photographing from. Both strobes where zoom out to the 105 position and set to full power. They where slaved using Pocket Wizards.
I placed my camera flash sync to "rear curtain". By doing so, I am able to capture the start of the blur and than freeze the action with the firing of the strobes.
Hope you like it.
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