Posted 16 March 2012 - 06:14 PM
have a rim behind the wall pointed at your skater out of picture, keep the one flash where it is, and then have a flash to your right somewhere illuminating the kicker.
rim light is used to pull your subject from the background and to also stop any blur., it makes that rim light and your subject shouldn't blend.
prime example of rim light used perfectly
one flash placed poorly, no rim, everything blends
Flip 5050 by Mateus A. Araujo, on Flickr
take a riskay picture of her with your leica
comp is way too tight.
Ya I know, My battery was about to die so I didn't set my ISO.
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