Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper
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accepted What setup/gear is needed to get this silhouette low-key effect?
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comment What setup/gear is needed to get this silhouette low-key effect?
now this is starting to make sense. how about camera to model to light slit positioning? should the light come from behind the model?
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comment What setup/gear is needed to get this silhouette low-key effect?
wouldn't bouncing light cause light to spill all over, same with umbrella?
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comment What setup/gear is needed to get this silhouette low-key effect?
can someone post a setup of subject, camera, flash diagram illustrating the positioning for this shot?
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comment Can I repair a Nikon D90 LCD screen that has moisture in it?
toss it into a bag of rice for 48 hours.
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very well explained, and logical solution. Thanks a ton.
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comment What filter is best for mid-day beach photography?
After some more residing it would be cool if they made circular ND filter with built in polarization! Looks like these are the two I am more focused on.
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comment What filter is best for mid-day beach photography?
Why stackable ND filter when you can get a graduated version that screws onto the lens and is variable from about 1.5 to 10 stops. I am looking at the hoya variable ND filter at B&H