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Yes, the Elinchrome flash was on burst mode, directing 45° onto the model via a large, parabolic reflector. I shot in parallel to the main photographer who triggered the Elinchrome. I tried to be as close as possible at the model down at the floor without interfering with the main shooter. I initially wanted to use the 14mm, but that would have interfered. The burst frequency must have been 3..4 Hz, as I could see from other pictures. Depending on when I released my shutter, I got a variable number of flash exposures. The total exposure was a hit and miss. In these picture with less flashes it was way underexposed. But the underexposure resulted in the red reflections that I like but can't explain.
My explanation may sound a bit unprofessional, but it was the first time for me to shoot in the studio with professional equipment and help.