By on 2012-07-18

For this portrait shoot, Bob Davis had two Speedlites in Group B manual mode 1/8th power with the flash heads manually zoomed to 200mm. One camera left and one camera right. The main Speedlite was in Group A with the flash head manually zoomed to 200mm.

The Apollo Strip is a light modifier used in this portrait shoot and is built on an umbrella frame making it very easy to setup.  It measures 16″ x 30″ and gives off a rectangular catch light in your subject’s eyes. All of the Apollos include recessed edges which helps give a more directional light source, and limited loss of light. For more direct lighting, the Apollo Strip offers an optional grid which helps focus the light.

Photo Details and Specs

  • Aperture: F4.5
  • Shutter Speed: 1/80 sec
  • ISO: 500
  • Focal Length: 70 mm
  • Date/Time: June 10, 2012
  • Copyright Notice: Bob Davis

 

Westcott Lighting Gear in Action

 

 

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Davis Bob Portrait Shoot with Speedlites and Apollo Strip

Bob Davis

Westcott Top Pro Elite Photographer at Bob and Dawn Davis Photography
Photography, is what Bob Davis is passionate about. Bob is a proud member of the Westcott Top Pros Elite and the Canon Explorers of Light. He has written a book and a number-one-selling photography App for the iPad. Bob has been a professional photographer for over 25 years. His main focus, these days, is wedding photography and documentary projects.
Davis Bob Portrait Shoot with Speedlites and Apollo Strip

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