I have always liked pictures using creative lighing positions for wrecks.
I thought I would give it a try yesterday. First time shooting strobes remotely. About my second year in photography.
Looking for input on some camera settings and strobe positioning for situations with challenging visibility.
- location - St. Lawrence River , Ontario
- Wreck - Eastcliffe Hall
- visibilty - not the greatest 15 max
- depth 65 feet
- Canon 7D - Tokina 11-16 - 8 inch dome
- 2 X Sea and Sea YS-D1
- triggered optically by using a 50 ft optical synch cable and slaving the second strobe off of the first.
Settings for this shot:
Strobes were positioned in opposite ends of the overturned bridge/superstructure.
Again looking for input on strobe positions and camera settings. Also, most of the time there is some particulate in the water. When it gets colder the visibility starts to get much better.
Here is a link the some other pictures on the same dive.
Thanks in advance.