[BTSV] Contest: Bass Guitar Massacre the Photo Shoot

Dan Savinelli: "This is my behind the scenes video for the FStoppers 2011 Contest. It is a photo shoot where I utilize composite photography & some creativity to come up with a more exciting portrait. I give tips and knowledge where ever I can, I hope you learn something.”



 
via [BehindtheScenesContest] [ContestEntries]
 
From Kenn:
Do you like what we are doing? Then show us some love. Tweet and Like your favorite articles and be sure to leave your comments below. Heck leave a comment even if you don't like what we are doing. We can take it. ;)

If you want to receive the best of the month's posts in a convenient newsletter then don't forget to subscribe now.
And don't be shy. I could use some more friends these days so hit me up on Twitter and Facebook.

Log in or register to post comments

4 Comments

Eric C. Gould's picture

I really enjoyed the commentary about the velveteen during the editing. Good way of adding depth while watching you mask away stuff.  Nice work. Go set the world on fire...

How exactly did he shot the bass guitar with a PCB Einstein AND such a high shutter speed ? What trigger did he use ?

Dan Savinelli's picture

I used a Pocket Wizard TT1 for my Nikon & Pocket Wizard Mc2 made for Einstein.  With this new Pocket Wizard system in hyper sync mode, you can use your Einstein up to 8000th of a second, (depending on camera).  Pretty Amazing.Edit
Reply

Dan Savinelli's picture

I used a Pocket Wizard TT1 for my Nikon & Pocket Wizard Mc2 made for Einstein.  With this new Pocket Wizard system in hyper sync mode, you can use your Einstein up to 8000th of a second, (depending on camera).  Pretty Amazing.