Tuesday, January 25, 2011
The Snow Fire God
from the Geneva Snow Sculpting Exhibition at Geneva Commons.
I missed this last year and was reminded of it by Robert Inglesby's shot
So I spent some time there this morning.
Technical: SB600 on lightstand camera right, SB600 inside mouth with orange gel, both triggered by CLS. I believe I have established a new Strobist rule for myself: if there's a hole in the subject big enough for a flash, put one in there.
I had originally shot this with an ungelled flash, and just as I had finished packing things up, it occurred to me that this could be a "fire god." In which case, the flash in the mouth would need to be orange. So I unpacked everything and trudged back over and set everything up again.
It's pretty cool (get it - cool) that they let you walk around and touch the sculptures. They're coated with ice so they're a little durable.
If you'd like to see this on Flickr and see some context shots, click here.
January 25, 2011
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