Duna duna duna duna, duna duna duna duna — BATCAN! BATCAN!
My girl’s twin sister, Rosie is an artist, she does absolutely incredible portraits (and is open for commissions btw). This week she took her hand to some metal work — crafting The Batman from a selection of drink cans! How fricking cool is that! I offered to photograph it, and came up with a great idea for a backdrop. Introducing the Bokeh-Bat-Signal! Scroll down to see how we made it.
I tried to get a slight Frank Miller-esk edit out of the photo, and chucked a bunch of grain in for good measure.
- Camera: Canon 5D MkIII
- Lens: Canon 135mm F/2.0
- Flashes: Canon 600ex-rt X 3
- Accessories: Manfrotto tripod, 4 light stands, a boom arm, 3 light brackets, a 110cm 5 in 1 Reflector, a RoundFlash Beauty Dish, a Rogue Grid, a Westcott Apollo Strip and an Canon ST-E3-RT
- Shutter Speed: 1/125th
- Aperture: F/2.0
- ISO: 50
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