Looks like Orochon finally posted a scan of my polaroid on their website:
Just seeing this picture makes me hungry for some
painful burning ramen. I wrote about my experience at Orochon earlier this year.
Last weekend, the wife and I drove up to Angel's Gate and did a portrait session with the beautiful setting sun as our backdrop. I used two strobes, at roughly 45 degrees and 10 feet back from Penelope. The strobes were bounced off of white umbrellas raised up about 8 or 9 feet. The light ratio was 1:4 between key and fill. I triggered the flashes with my trusty set of PocketWizard Plus IIs and metered with my Sekonic L-558R. Shot with a Canon EOS 30D and an EF 85mm f/1.2 L. My wife is a beautiful and patient model.
The key flash was still recycling in the second shot, but I still love it.