Anatomy of a Photo : Tempurung Cave Shot 2

Anatomy of a Photo

This is the first post of a series of posts about how and sometimes maybe why a certain photo was taken.

Canon 5DSR + Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art; ISO 400 @ f/2.0, 1/30s

Camera mounted on tripod and set slightly higher than model’s eye-level to show a bit more of the ravine behind the model. Model was sitting on a rock outcropping that is slightly higher than the surrounding rocks and ground. Accent lights added to add interest and depth to photo with color gels.

Equipment used : Canon EOS 5DSR + Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art (loaned from a friend) with tripod+ballhead+cable release, Elinchrom ELB500 TTL with standard reflector + grid + color gel on lightstand, Elinchrom ELB400 with standard reflector + grid + color gel on lightstand, Canon 600EX-RT triggered with Elinchrom trigger + color gel on Manfrotto mini-tripod, Elinchrom Skyport Transmitter Pro – Canon

Note : Review / test unit for the Elinchrom ELB500 To Go Set was provided free-of-charge by Elinchrom MY / Shriro (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd ; unit has since been returned to provider.  Special thanks goes to That Special Occasion for sponsoring the wedding gown and DM Make-up & Beauty for the make-up & styling.

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