Moody Air Force Base

Monday I had a really neat opportunity to use my Creative Lighting System.  The amazing folks at TranSystems, who I’d done a similar shoot for at Shaw AFB, called to ask if I’d be willing to drive to Moody AFB in Valdosta, GA for this one.  Turns out they are up for an incredible award due to the efficiency and “green” design of this new dorm building.  I was honored and jumped at the opportunity.  I photographed all day, doing lots of Interior/Architectural images in and around the property.  But of course the “money shot” was going to be at dusk.  This was the last frame of the night.  I had a total of 8 – SB800/SB900 flashes blazing.  Each had a ½ CTO filter on it.  Most were triggered by my trusty RadioPoppers (though the closer ones just used regular old line-of-sight CLS).  I shot this about 20 minutes after sunset with a Nikon D3 and 14-24 f2.8 at 14mm.  By the time I’d packed up and headed home, it was a very long but rewarding day! 

2 Comments

  1. by Matt on October 6, 2010  10:48 am Reply

    Cool shot, Chris!
    I'm having fun picking out where you 'hid' the flashes. :)

  2. by valdosta on October 8, 2010  8:45 pm Reply

    Great work! Can't wait to see more.

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