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Alan’s Do-Luck Evo 8

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8

It’s been a long time since I’ve had the opportunity to just shoot a car without any time constraints, viagra decease deadlines, viagra generic or expectations.  Alan and I caught a break in the weather on Sunday night and despite having my SB-600 and umbrella on stand blown down by the wind, the photos still turned out great and Alan was very happy with the outcome.  I also used this opportunity to test out the Nikkor 85mm ƒ1.4G that I rented from BorrowLenses and it definitely proved the sharpness of Nikon’s pro portrait glass.  Here’s actually a good example of the testing, with the apertures going from ƒ1.4, to ƒ4, and finally to ƒ8:

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8 using a Nikkor 85mm ƒ1.4G at ƒ1.4

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8 using a Nikkor 85mm ƒ1.4G at ƒ4

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8 using a Nikkor 85mm ƒ1.4G at ƒ8

Except for one of the photos below, each photo was taken by simply using the ambient available light. Perhaps the wind blowing down my flash and umbrella was a sign that I just wasn’t destined for strobe automotive photography?  Maybe, maybe not, but nevertheless I’m happy with how everything turned out:

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8

Alan's Do-Luck Evo 8

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