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Peter Vilsøe - Day 28

Saturday evening I visited my friend Peter Vilsøe and together with another friend - Robert Erichsen - we prepared a nice dinner and drank a lot of very good wine.

The photo is a "snap shot" taken with my Nikon D300 and a AF 50mm f/1.4 lens. I used a Lightscoop Standard flash bouncer and thereby soften the harsh flash light by bouncing it to the ceiling and back again. The flash EV was +1.0 and camera exposure was 1/60 sec at f/1.8.

The photo is SOOC - Straight Out of Camera. With this I hope to prove the soft light and pleasing skin tones a flash bouncer like Lightscoop can produce.

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