A while back I published a blog post about bokeh which was inspired by the Photocrafty book. Last weekend we decided to have a play with another of the projects in the same book. This one required us to make a box which could fit onto our off-camera flash. The box has a window cut out of the front where you pop in a silhouette-type image. You then use a long exposure shot (30 seconds) which allows you to run into the shot and fire off the flash without the photo including an unwanted arm.
We’ve had a bit of fun trying to get this first set of images but I keep thinking of other ideas, so I’m sure there will be more pictures to follow.