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Still playing with backlighting from my SB-600 speedlight through a white paper sheet, this time I used a kitchen skimmer as a gobo. No lighting from the front or sides to obtain only silhouettes.

Focal length 50mm
ISO-100
Aperture f/2,8
Shutter 1/125 sec.

Nikon D60
Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.8D
Nikon SB-600

Shot in manual mode, with manual focus. Processed in Lightroom 2.7 and Photoshop CS4.

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delicate, flower, purple, nature, shadows, flash, flora, dandelion, lighting, experiment, tryptich, puff, gobo, close up, cross process, soft colours

Freelance photographer specializing in pet photography as well as maternity and newborn portraiture.

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Comments

  • en-joy
    en-joyover 4 years ago

    Really nice!

  • Thank you!

    – Johanne Brunet

  • Tom Vaughan
    Tom Vaughanover 4 years ago

    beautiful Johanne… love the diagonals and your choice of colors.

  • Thank you Tom!

    – Johanne Brunet

  • Vikram Franklin
    Vikram Franklinover 4 years ago

    Love how techy you’ve become with your lighting!! (also glad the 600 is behaving itself now)

  • Thank you Vikram! This is all your fault; with all the beautiful inspiring still-life work you have uploaded over time! :-)

    – Johanne Brunet

  • Ursula Rodgers
    Ursula Rodgersover 4 years ago

    Fabulous triptych Jo! Great to know about the lighting you used too, and I’m actually quite pleased that I know what a gobo is….LOL!

  • Thank you Ursula! I totally agree with you. It is so pleasant to understand the despcription without having to research the technique all the time. I’m only beginning to feel that way myself… :-)

    – Johanne Brunet

  • S .
    S .over 4 years ago

    beautiful work :)

  • Thank you! :-)

    – Johanne Brunet

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