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    * Strobist with [[http://strobist.blogspot.com/2006/03/lighting-101-balancing-flash-and.html|indoor ambient lighting]] (normally is 1/60th, f/4, ASA 400). Want 2-stop-underexposed ambient photo, you simply dial your strobe up or down on manual until he looks well lit. Close enough is close enough if it looks good.     * Strobist with [[http://strobist.blogspot.com/2006/03/lighting-101-balancing-flash-and.html|indoor ambient lighting]] (normally is 1/60th, f/4, ASA 400). Want 2-stop-underexposed ambient photo, you simply dial your strobe up or down on manual until he looks well lit. Close enough is close enough if it looks good.
    * [[http://super.nova.org/DPR/Canon/TTL/|On Canon TTL flash compensation]]     * [[http://super.nova.org/DPR/Canon/TTL/|On Canon TTL flash compensation]]
- * Strobist 101 - [[http://strobist.blogspot.com/2006/03/lighting-101-cereal-box-snoots-and.html|snoot & gobo]]+  * Strobist 101 - [[http://strobist.blogspot.com/2006/03/lighting-101-cereal-box-snoots-and.html|snoot & gobo]]
    * Snoot 6", 8", 12". Covered in black gaffers tape (opt: old Ron Paul signs). Double-Sided Velcro bands! Write results on snoot/tubes, e.g. "1x2-foot pattern at 5 feet". GOBOS: Black and White foamcore pads (adj size).  Also, [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/rpearson/2092436164/in/photostream/|cardboard inserts]].     * Snoot 6", 8", 12". Covered in black gaffers tape (opt: old Ron Paul signs). Double-Sided Velcro bands! Write results on snoot/tubes, e.g. "1x2-foot pattern at 5 feet". GOBOS: Black and White foamcore pads (adj size).  Also, [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/rpearson/2092436164/in/photostream/|cardboard inserts]].
    * "Michaels" poster board 19.5" by 26" in a brand called "CHROMOLUX". You can get the silver chrome one which reflects light like a mirror, an off-white (warmer reflectivity), or even a gold one for that golden glow reflection.  Look for tacky-back [[http://www.southeasternphotography.com/gallery/3987571#231827658_MSvYB|black or silver covers also]]?  Or shop-vac tiny snoot?     * "Michaels" poster board 19.5" by 26" in a brand called "CHROMOLUX". You can get the silver chrome one which reflects light like a mirror, an off-white (warmer reflectivity), or even a gold one for that golden glow reflection.  Look for tacky-back [[http://www.southeasternphotography.com/gallery/3987571#231827658_MSvYB|black or silver covers also]]?  Or shop-vac tiny snoot?
    * Gels for strobes: 'green' for fluorescent key, 'CTO' for tungsten key light     * Gels for strobes: 'green' for fluorescent key, 'CTO' for tungsten key light
  * Testing light: Or better yet use your hand (placed where his head would be) to quicky get into the ballpark before your subject sits in his spot. I shoot my left hand a lot.   * Testing light: Or better yet use your hand (placed where his head would be) to quicky get into the ballpark before your subject sits in his spot. I shoot my left hand a lot.
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 +===== Shooting =====
 +  * **The Fine Line Between Repetition and Depth** http://daily.lenswork.com/2012/12/podcast-793.html
 +    * Explore a subject in Depth, rather than simple repetitions of images
 +    * avoid: same compositional elements, heights, background, lens, tonal range, etc
 +    * increase depth of = understanding, connections, implications of what we see
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