Make : Canon
Model : Canon EOS 7D
Date Time Original : 2015-09-23 17:53:26
Focal Length : 28/1
Shutter Speed Value : 1/256
Exposure Time : 1/250
Aperture Value : 9.9
F Number : 9.9
Iso Speed Ratings : 160
Flash : 9
Metering Mode : 2
Exposure Mode : 1
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 72.0000000
Y Resolution : 72.0000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS6 (Windows)
Published: Thursday 24th of September 2015 04:19:50 AM
Ha! Good setup. I gather you had both flashes firing off the main. I particularly like your tension tie on the flash cord ;-)... Mike
Yes, the master is telling the slave what to do wirelessly. I could do away with that cord, since my camera is capable of sending out the signal through the built in flash, but I don't trust it. Sometimes it doesn't work. Then I get really mad, because I missed the shot needlessly.:) Yeah, I thought that tension wire was pretty fancy. Cord was getting in the picture.
If I didn't see it with my own eyes I would believe it. Great work.
Congratulations on the well deserved POD... Mike
lol that's great!
What a great shot and setup work.
This is my first post in years following Photo.net.
I am an amateur and like experimenting.
Years ago I followed seriously Zuga.net and learned a lot.
The same with you.
Hope having more time in the future and give good use to my new Pentax Ks2
arriving in a few days.
Gretings from Chile.
Thanks. Here ya go, Mike. I only had the prop camera(20D) put up, so it was easy enough to put back and take a quick pic with my phone to show you. I also had loose blankets wrapped around the stand legs the chameleon was on, so he would have a soft landing if he fell. He did fall once, but his tail was wrapped around the cable on the right side, so he saved himself. That velcro for snoot use gave him something to get a good grip on.
Oh...and thank you Verena. I read it too fast.
Before you posted your set-up, I wanted to say, that I always suspected that the chams were the true photographers!:) Verena
pretty creative set-up! G
Fantastic! The technical details on how you set this up would be interesting.... Mike
LOL, you never run out of shot idea with this actor. TFS!
Haha. Thanks Greg.
canon chameleon ****