Photography is a messy business

Two nights ago I was just messing around with the kids and the flash, teaching my eldest boy, Joe, how to set up the remote triggers, the stand, umbrella etc. Nothing very exact about setting up; just a bit of an illustration for Joe as to how quickly you can get something happening with strobes.

Charlie, my youngest, is always up for a bit of posing so – fresh from a dinner of spaghetti bolognese – he picked up his old Canonet and got in front of the camera.


Nikon D700
Nikkor 28-80 f/3.5-5.6G
SB800 on a stand at camera left, shooting through an umbrella.

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