Baby Portrait With Fujifilm X-Pro1
Image above taken with Fujifilm X-Pro1 with YungNuo RF603 triggering Nikon SB600. I didn’t plan to do any shooting that night, but I found a Lastolite Ezybox Hot Shoe Plate belong to a friend in my car boot. It was very light & had a hole just in case you want to use umbrella instead of soft box (someone please confirm me about this). So I decided to give it a try with my 24×24 soft box. My triggers flash sync is 1/125, set aperture to F2.8 and adjust my flash manual until it gets the effect I wanted. I was shooting myself at the beginning, and this baby boy just awaken from his sleep. It ended up me shooting him while my wife holding him to make him stay calm for a while.
Posted on December 29, 2013, in Exhibition, family, Headshot, life, newborn, Review and tagged 35mm, baby, black and white, children, fuji. fujifilm, fujinon, home studio, kids, kota kinabalu, monotone, nikon speedlight, people, portrait, portraiture, review, rf603, sb600, strobist, toddler, xpro1, xtrans, yn triggers, yungnuo. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.