The Interrupting Shiba

I often set up impromptu portrait sessions with the wife so she can record the funky outfits she puts together. This is a very simple  set up, with a single Canon 600EX on a light stand shooting through an umbrella.

We’re triggering the flash with Pocket Wizards, and the transmitting unit is hotshoe’d to a brand new Panasonic GX7 I’m testing. This camera’s mechanical shutter has a native sync speed of 1/320th. Pretty handy for shooting flash portraits outdoors with your aperture wide open, in this case at f/0.95.

It wasn’t long, however, until Suki decided to walk in on our little shoot:

So as not to offend the Suki, I made sure she got a solo portrait of her own 🙂

All Images: Panasonic Lumix GX7 | Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95

6 thoughts on “The Interrupting Shiba

  1. Hi Jonathan! Bridget looks beautiful in these pictures! You have a great talent and a cute wife 😉 You guys are so adorable! Love your pictures!

    1. Hi! It’s been a while since I did this shoot, but I’m pretty sure I was using Plus III units for this shoot. I’m not sure about compatibility with the Mini TT1.

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