You Think It’s Warm Out Now?

Even when it’s below zero outside it’s always above 0 a few thousand feet underground.  I remember I was sweating my helmet off while setting up for this shot.  I had to constantly move one flash so that it would not reflect back into my lens.  The trick to images like this is to try to get a light behind your subject so you can add a bit of dimension to him and not flat light him like most do.

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2 Responses to “You Think It’s Warm Out Now?”

  1. Frank@internetbusinessstrategies.org Says:

    I think this is one of the most amazing shots I’ve ever seen. When you said that “the trick to images like this is to try to get a light behind your subject so you can add a bit of dimension to him and not flat light him like most do,” did you mean that you should have a separate lighting component apart from a stand-in flash? I hope you can respond to this.
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  2. jameshodgins Says:

    That’s exactly what I mean. I use a minimum of 2 lights.

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