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 can be combined with an optional 40° grid to precisely 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


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