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    Default Photo's of my still stock engine bay.

    Just trying out my new umbrellas with 2 flashes.






    Signatures: Ron Fellows Ex Corvette driver, Oliver Gavin Driver, Ray Battaglini Corvette Hall of Fame inductee.

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    Nice and clean ... crisp as a new dollar bill. The sigs are a nice touch, too. Do you use a sealer to protect them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Low drag - High speed View Post
    Nice and clean ... crisp as a new dollar bill. The sigs are a nice touch, too. Do you use a sealer to protect them?
    Nope not yet. I'm going to Lugna Sega in Oct and hoping to get a few more. It stays pretty good. I just wipe them down with a damp cloth every other day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z06nut View Post
    Just trying out my new umbrellas with 2 flashes.






    Signatures: Ron Fellows Ex Corvette driver, Oliver Gavin Driver, Ray Battaglini Corvette Hall of Fame inductee.
    Nut: I'm working on my photo skills and am interested in your comment about "new umbrellas with two flashes." Can you tell me what this refers to, particularly for closeup engine bay work like the first photo?

    Thanks.
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    Real nice highlights in the first shot. Not too harsh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeingdriver View Post
    Nut: I'm working on my photo skills and am interested in your comment about "new umbrellas with two flashes." Can you tell me what this refers to, particularly for closeup engine bay work like the first photo?

    Thanks.
    I'm shooting with a Nikon D80 with 2 SB600 speed lights (flashes). I pointed the flashes toward the umbrellas and shot though them. I placed one of the flashes on the opposite side of the car and one near the camera. Using the wireless function, I had to place them within sight of the on board flash to trigger the remote flashes.

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    Nikon-nice,nice,very nice so many people in the same device.

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