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Old Mar 1, 2005, 3:12 PM   #1
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A very short session, this is a friend of mine.
He does alot with these kind of martial arts, some poses had to be comprimised for the shots.



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Greetings,

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Old Mar 1, 2005, 6:13 PM   #2
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Awesome shots! Looks a bit too dangerous for me though. :-)

We can only do so much in a studio set-up. I'm feeling these need some supporting elements. Something like brick walls and big aluminum trash cans. :idea:

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Frank, I like the shots but I think Rodney has a good idea. I'd love to do something similar in a grungy dark alley right after a rain. Maybe with some blue & red gels giving the bricks kind of "neon light" type reflections.
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Good idea but It is snowing here now
We allready have between 30-40cm snow
That hasn't happend in more than 10 years, going out today with the cam Yippiecajee.
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