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Dag 75 - Min søn Christian



Christian er her udsat for mit D300 med 60mm f/2.8 makro objektiv og min nye SB-900 flash monteret på kameraet. Fotoet har fået dæmpet farverne en smule for at få en mere naturlig hudfarve.
I dag måtte jeg også reparere min SB-600 flash, idet en lille motor, der driver zoom mekanismen i selve flash hovedet, havde revet sig løs. Så det var bare igang med den helt lille skruetrækker og ud med 8 bittesmå skruer og 2 lange. Efter noget besvær blev montoren fikseret igen og hermed fungerer zoom funktionen igen (når en flash zoomer, så gør den lyskeglen smallere og mere direkte).


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The we tried a more direct pose showing his strong hands and with less contrast.


If you live near Copenhagen give me a ping if you want a new set of portrait photos for your CV or LinkedIN.