What´s the Technique Quizz Nr2

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Check the Technique! Which shooting technique has been used for this picture? Tell us, with a little luck you might be able to stock on your piggie account with a lucky piggy

Last time we made it pretty easy for you. We´ll now go for round two of the check the lc-a+ quizz.

Again the archive has picked a mysterious shot. Be careful with this one – it´s a little tricky unless you have read our latest tips and tricks. You have the short spell of 24 hours to tell us which technique was used to shoot this picture.

What a sight!
Eyes front!Check the technique and tell us your guess. With a little luck you might have the right answer and get an easy piggy.

Submit the answer

written by somapic on 2009-01-02 in #competitions #quizz #lc-a #check-the-technique #lca #anniversary

23 Comments

  1. fash_on
    fash_on ·

    seems like color gels, on the lens

  2. coca
    coca ·

    it's a shot with a colorsplash flash between two color gels. maybe green and blue....i think :)

  3. zulupt
    zulupt ·

    It seems like a shot with a coloursplash flash but with two half colour filters, if you just give half turn between colours the flash will shoot two colours.

  4. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    halfway colorsplas gel selector

  5. kylethefrench
    kylethefrench ·

    flash in a dash with the colorsplash inbetween fun

  6. halfawakehaiku
    halfawakehaiku ·

    agrees with Kylethefrench
    flash in a dash with two color gels un the flash unit

  7. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·

    hidden camera technique... luckily, the guy is hiding the hidden illegalness behind his back just in time.

  8. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    half colorsplash flash.. on the top is yellow and on the bottom is blue.. ;p

  9. mattdude1081
    mattdude1081 ·

    color gel from colorsplash flash (or from anywhere I guess) over half of the lens of the camera

  10. hhjm
    hhjm ·

    Shoot with flash and half yellow gel in front of the lens

  11. brandonmichael
    brandonmichael ·

    shot this one with color splash half way turned

  12. saviorjosh
    saviorjosh ·

    half way colour gels of green and blue! :)

  13. lomodirk
    lomodirk ·

    A canister as diffusor and half turned colorsplash...

  14. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    mixed filter technique... you turn colorsplash flash not completely to one colour but leave it at two colours and fire the flash, so the object becomes double coloured

  15. pieceofshoot
    pieceofshoot ·

    coloursplash flash with 2 colour gels; blue & green ; )

  16. anglemort
    anglemort ·

    yes, half way color gel, i like to do it with holga also. yellow on top, blue on bottom.

  17. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    agreed about the color gels on the lens
    too late, though :)

  18. stiff
    stiff ·

    oh no you guys are wrong! no gels here!! the lens is painted with two different watercolors, pink and yellow, of course after you do this the camera will ALWAYS and shot this way. you like it or you have to waste the camera! ah ah

  19. kuasimudo
    kuasimudo ·

    it's really tricky.. but i bet in "flash and hold it" technique!

  20. gleby
    gleby ·

    I think 2 gels on the lens blue and green and shoot with a splash(ringflash colorsplash)

  21. eyecon
    eyecon ·

    Since most of the people have already made up their mind, it´s not that easy to switch to something else. Since it is possible to adjust the colorsplash Flash between two gels it might be the right technique. But I think you must get really close to the object to get this effect....

  22. oldskool_rider
    oldskool_rider ·

    its the coloursplash flash with it set in between two colours
    yellow at the top, blue at the bottom, this is one of my fav techniques with this flash!

    great shot btw!

  23. disdis
    disdis ·

    Colour gels!

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