Bright Nikes When It’s Cold Out

I don’t know what the weather is like where you live, but here in Calgary, Canada it is still winter! Yesterday it was snowing all day and I didn’t dare go outside haha. So I grabbed these shoes and practised some product photography. The set up was 2 Canon 580EX ii Speedlites shot into white bounce umbrellas to camera life and right. The flashes were triggered by Younguo YN-622C Wireless Flash Triggers. The shoes are woman’s Nike Dual Fusion Trainers. They are pretty cool looking shoes if you ask me.

Oh and no, they are not mine by the way haha. I bought them for my wife on Friday :).

Nike Dual Fusion Woman Trainer Sneaker Famous Shoe Runner Kicks - Rob Moses Photography - Vancouver Seattle Calgary Photographer Photographers - Cool Wicked Style Product NiceCamera: Canon 6D & 24-105L @105mm ~ Settings: 0.3 Sec. – f/10 – ISO 100

2 Nike Dual Fusion Woman Trainer Sneaker Famous Shoe Runner Kicks - Rob Moses Photography - Vancouver Seattle Calgary Photographer Photographers - Cool Wicked Style Product NiceCamera: Canon 6D & 24-105L @105mm ~ Settings: 0.4 Sec. – f/14 – ISO 100

Thanks for stopping by, Rob

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16 Comments

  1. We had a bit of spring yesterday, and it’s reasonably warm today. Tomorrow, though, is supposed to be colder and snowy, and we’re supposed to have a “plowable” snowfall later this week. Oh joy.

    The photos are fun. But admit it, man: you bought a matching pair for yourself!

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  2. I totally thought you mean bright ‘Nights” until I scrolled down and looked at the photo. Yes, they are bright Nikes but I really like that color blue. Not for you, so you say…..:)

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