April 2018 - Top Instagram Posts

April 2018 – Top 9 Photos

Thank you for all the likes this month and an extra special thank you to the photographers for creating and sharing these awesome images!

Please follow us on Instagram and be sure to tag @expoimaging along with #RogueFlash, #RogueFlashBender, #RogueGrid, #RogueGels, #RogueXLPro, #SuperSoftSilver, and / or #ExpoDisc to share your photos with us.  Who knows, you might end up in the top 9 next month!

 

Image 1: Erik Valind

Find him on Instagram - @erikvphoto

Create a 3-point lighting set up with a twist: color in the shadows! Here's a classic set up with a main light, fill light, and hair light, but the unique look of this image comes in when gels are added to some of the lights.  You can watch a video on how this image was created HERE.

Image 2: George Suresh

Find him on Instagram - @george.suresh.1

This dice image uses 3 strobes. The rear strobe is fitted with a Rogue Grid [white hexs] and blue Rogue Gel. The strobe on the front right has a Rogue Grid attached to it. All strobes are set off when the dice hits the water and triggers a microphone sensor which is attached to an intervalometer. The camera is set to a slow shutter speed of 2 seconds and triggered by remote control. The strobes freeze the action - not the shutter speed.

Image 3:  Piotr Piatek

Find him on Instagram - @piotrpiatekcom

This stunning image was captured by Polish photographer Piotr Piątek using a Rogue FlashBender.

Model: Patrycja Biedrzycka (@patrycjabiedrzycka_)
Make-up: Ewelina Scibor (@e_scibormakeup)
Hair Stylist: Karina Witkowska (@karinawitkowska_hairdresser)

Image 4:  Jeff Rojas

Find him on Instagram - @sajorffej

Lighting is Natural Northwest Window Light with a Rogue Super Soft Silver Reflector for fill.

Image 5: George Suresh

Find him on Instagram - @george.suresh.1

Simple set up:

Step 1: Set flash to 1/128th power
Step 2: Attach XL FlashBender
Step 3: Attach Strip to XL FlashBender

Image 6: Jay Varner

Find him on Instagram - @jvpbw

The arrangement was a simple one speedlight setup using your Rogue FlashBender Softbox Kit. The photo was taken in Terminal 2 at Dubai airport against a white wall when our flight was delayed. Took 10/15 mins to do which is why I love the versatility of your gear.

Image 7: Lindsay Adler

Find her on Instagram - @lindsayadler_photo

Boudoir doesn't always require a large studio, several lights, or different modifiers. Sometimes you can keep it simple and get things done with a reflector, a window in a home or hotel room, and some easy posing tips!  You can watch a video on how this image was created HERE.

Image 8: JJA Photography

Find him on Instagram - @jjaphotography1

This bucolic shot was taken using a Rogue FlashBender.

Image 9:  Tim Engle

Find him on Instagram - @timengle

    Two Rogue XL Pro FlashBenders with Strip Grids attached were used to help create the dreamy, soft feel to these photos.


     




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