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The Derelict Project

Monday, November 03, 2008


Several weeks ago I had the opportunity to shoot promotional images for The Derelict Project here in Decatur, Alabama. They were in town recording at Clearwave Studios.

We spent the evening running wildly from all band photo cliches....as you'll notice....no brick walls were harmed (or used) in the making of these photos.

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posted by Dave
Monday, November 03, 2008

2 Comments:

Anonymous Rebecca said...

LOVE that third to last shot. Very cool.

And how did you do series of lights?

12:25 PM  
Blogger Dave said...

Hi Rebecca!

Thanks for the comment!

I had several strobes mounted to a stand and I rigged them so I could manually fire them all at once. Then I exposed the image for around 20 seconds moving and firing the strobes around the back of the group. The idea is not mine originally....I borrowed it from someone on Flickr!

Thanks again!

10:08 PM  

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