BUG OFF – DUO DEKASHINMUSHI
Bit of fun time this afternoon. Been no stop for so many weeks doing images for a lot of companies catalogues and websites that is about time to take a break and be a bit creative.
I’ve had this idea for a while just needed a bit of spare time. Shot with three lights, a Godox AD600 Pro from above with a strip light at ½ power plus two Godox AD300 Pro’s, ¼ power at 45 degrees to fill in the shadows, plus a white reflector underneath and a black matt velvet background.
The Duo Dekashinmushi’s are about as realistic as you can get for a topwater paddler and a great lure for large native fish like Murray Cod and Saratoga.
Word of caution….. fly spray and lures don’t mix to well, bit of melting started to happen after a few sprays. So unless you really need to kill them I’d suggest just use them in water.
|Lens:||Nikon PC-E Micro Nikkor 45mm f2.8D ED with FTZ Adapter|
|Notes:||Trigger: Godox XPro N AND NIKON WR-10|
|Lighting||Flash: Godox AD600 PRO with 120cm Strip box, 2 x Godox AD300 PRO with Godox ADS65W|