Two umbrellas, two manual flashes, dark-colored roller blind for a backdrop? Could work.
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I look forward to seeing this on a PC; I don't think my phone will do it justice.I think the reason for the developer choosing to put it on a smartphone is the sheer number of smartphones out there and also it is more convenient to carry it around than a PC ... having said that I don't see any reason why not also have a program for PC, for those who like to use it through the PC.
It's not F1, but here are two shots I took at the 2011 Petit LeMans race at Road Atlanta that illustrate the effect of different shutter speeds. Both are taken with my 7D and 70-200 at 81mm; both shots are ISO 200. The first shot was f/5.6 and 1/800 sec. The second shot was f/11 and 1/200 sec. You can see the difference the slower speed makes - and if I'd had better technique, I'd have taken the shutter speed even slower to get more background blur. If you're really good, you might be able to take it down to 1/60 or slower and still get acceptable sharpness. That's one good thing about digital instead of film: you can shoot and shoot and shoot, and then delete the bad shots!
Dumb question. If I buy the 2x convertor for my 300L f4 IS, it will become f8. Will a 60D center focus work or only the 5d3 and 1dx?
Thjanks in advance!
Thanks Jim for your reply.
Does it mean that you use mouse and pen/tablet (thus you only switch to pen/tablet when working with the brushstrokes) or....do you use exclusively pen/tablet?
To use both seems logical but is that convenient?