Pole dance photography

Pole Dance Photography – 365 Project – Day 40

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Posted on July 03, 2015

I had a nice and fruity pole dance photography session with Petar, who is into athletics, street workout and pole dance for quite a while now.

 

We went to the Jarun lake, where Petar is usually training and we picked up, not only one but two spots to take some photos! Since I am quite indecisive these days, I have uploaded both pics here, along with the BTS pics.

First we went to some kind of yellow structure by the lake (I guess it has to do something with rowing), where Petar did a flag on the fence. Lighting was pretty straightforward here – sun in the back, three flashes in the front, shot through big silver reflective umbrella. Then we moved couple meters closer to the street, where we found the perfect traffic sign post. Camera and flash settings were the same, except I opened aperture a bit, because the sun was already little lower and less bright. If you want to learn more about how we did it, check the BTS pics below. And don’t forget to check the other pic as well!

In case you’re interested in learning more about pole dance, feel free to check fitness studio where Petar and his girlfriend are training and teaching dance.

 

Camera and light settings (PIC ONE):

  • Canon 600D @ 1/200 ISO 100
  • Canon EF-S 10-18mm @ f16 10mm
  • 3 x YN-560III flashes at full power, shot through reflective umbrella (150 cm)
  • Triggered by Yongnuo YN560-TX manual flash controller

 

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Pole dance photography BTS

 

 

The bonus pic!

 

Pole dance photography

 

Camera and light settings (PIC TWO):

  • Canon 600D @ 1/200 ISO 100
  • Canon EF-S 10-18mm @ f14 10mm
  • 3 x YN-560III flashes at full power, shot through reflective umbrella (150 cm)
  • Triggered by Yongnuo YN560-TX manual flash controller

 

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Pole dance photography BTS

 

 

 


About the Author

Fran is into photography and motion pictures. He makes music videos, lifestyle documentaries, visual effects and motion graphics. Fran currently lives and works in Zagreb, but he often also finds himself on the road accompanied by his camera.


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