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  1. #6141
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    nice pictures

  2. #6142
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    Recent shots from my 50mm 1.8D.

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  3. #6143
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Turo, I didn't even realize you were a DCRP'er when I commented on your shot

    I got similar comments on flickr about parts of the photo being underexposed. But IMO both our pictures benefit from the contrast in lighting.

    And with a shot like THAT, you're still wishing for Wyoming scenery ??? lol
    I recognized your name right away since you use the same screenname on both .

    I agree about the exposure, I think both of our shots look better (to me anyways) with the mixed exposures like they are.

    And I would still love to take some shots of Wyoming scenery! We don't have any 'natural' beauty like that around here! Except the beach, but that's about it.

  4. #6144
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    An entertaining carnival shot.
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  5. #6145
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turo View Post
    Nice one, LGBChris! I love the colors! I love that shot, accord2003. I love the texture of the water where the sun is being reflected!
    Thanks Turo. I love the beaches you have in Florida.

    Quote Originally Posted by LBGChris View Post
    Awesome beach shot accord. Can't wait to get some like that myself.
    Thanks LBGChris. I can't wait. I am sure your beach will be awesome too.

  6. #6146
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjmdrumz3 View Post
    Just picked up a couple of flashes and Ebay triggers. Haven't had much time to play but here I am!
    Very nice Kjmdrumz3. You are a quick learner !!

  7. #6147
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    This is in Sinks Canyon State Park, just outside of Lander, Wyoming.
    I used my polarizer fader to darken the scene just enough to use a shutter speed of 4 seconds at f/22. I also used ahard line GND to cover the sun and part of the sky. I was at my widest focal length, 18mm, with my back against the back of a cave and the tripod set up precariously on those rocks you see in the foreground, only bigger The top of the cave is just out of the frame, so the sun was only shining between the top of the cave and the top of the mountain for a few minutes. I wish I had a super wideangle, maybe by Christmas

    Edited primarily in Capture NX. I had used low contrast and high saturation in-camera and then increased contrast in PP to bring out the details.

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    C&C appreciated as always!
    I just love the silky water. I really want to buy those ND filters now

  8. #6148
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turo View Post
    I snapped this picture when I was on vacation down in Miami using my D50 and 35-70mm lens, no pp except to add my watermark and frame. I tried to meter it so that I could get the glow of the sunset but at the same time not underexpose the foreground. It took me several attempts, since if I metered for the foreground it would wash out the background, or if I metered for the sunset then it would ruin the foreground. This is the best I could come up with. I put it on my flickr and have had mixed reviews, some feel the foreground is too underexposed while others feel it is well balanced. C&C are more than welcome!




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    I think the exposure is right on. It really sets the mood. Great shot!!

  9. #6149
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    Love your shot Turo. It's not a democracy so don't worry if your feedback is 50/50. A lone comment from someone you respect is worth 10 from people you don't.

    By way of comment I'd love some on the following. Adult commentary only though please - no typographical drooling.

    I had no backdrop and had to live with the cluttered reflection. I find it very distracting but I needed a small aperture to get the reflection crisp.
    My model prefered no sheet or backdrop anyway and since she was paying what could I do but follow instructions after offerring guidance.
    Re lighting crippled by only 1 speedlight.
    Where do you get decent backdrops, flashes and umbrellas?
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  10. #6150
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    Next time insist that she takes her watch off.

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