So what happens when a good friend finally bites the bullet and sits still for 150 minutes to endure the pain of placing a permanent design on his skin?
Firstly, you thank your lucky stars that you did not get sucked into doing it as well.
Secondly, you offer to take a few shots if he’s interested.
Thirdly, don’t punch him on the arm!
As luck would have it, the opportunity to take shots on the day the ink was done allowed me a chance to kill a few birds with one stone.
Let me tell you all about it.
I’d recently purchased a number of David Honl’s speedlite modifiers.
These little beauties are awesomely useful, and are sure to come in handy for small flash work
As with most relatively new products, New Zealand is generally near the back of the queue to get stock (That’s assuming NZ even knows about it), and it’s been a long and impatient wait to get hold of these new toys.
The vision in my head gave me a chance to experiment with the grid spot and snoot, as I wanted a point light source focused on the tattoo itself.