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  1. #10731
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    Love your shot ANP.

    I'm sure I or others have asked before but what was the technique. Lots of short exposures or a few long exposures and hope.
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  2. #10732
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Love your shot ANP.

    I'm sure I or others have asked before but what was the technique. Lots of short exposures or a few long exposures and hope.
    i second that ANP...stunning shot.
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  3. #10733
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    Dunno how but this series ended up being a story..

    Last edited by r3g; 06-25-2009 at 08:46 PM.
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  4. #10734
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    r3g very creative...not sure about the lighting that strong under her legs...but think the composition and idea is perfect. That is the type of thing you see in photography books. Quality stuff...it makes you look into the shot and think about what is happenening.

    what magazine is she reading?
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  5. #10735
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    Another great shot R3g.

    ANP. Great timing there. that is stunning!

    Btuner. I really like this shot.

  6. #10736
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    Quote Originally Posted by herc182 View Post
    fantastic shot...what lens did you use for that? thats some zoom...love that photo.
    Thanks! It was just the 50mm 1.8
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  7. #10737
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    Quote Originally Posted by r3g View Post
    Dunno how but this series ended up being a story..


    r3g, I like it. If I may offer some suggestions if you try this exact shot again... If you have one, I would set up a light very high above her, and aim it down onto her head, sort of like a street light. I think that would add a great dimension to the image and the model. Also, it would add a little separation between the models head and the black background.

    Youre pretty dam good with lighting so I feel weird suggesting things to you!
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  8. #10738
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    Hey reg,

    I like it, tell your girl that her foot half out of the shoe adds
    to the photo. As well as you in the background, very cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    Also, it would add a little separation between the models head and the black background.

    I've gotten that from a lot of people actually lol. The idea in my head was to keep the scene sort of mysterious (dunno if thats the word im looking for) and I felt like complete rim light would sorta kill the mood. Good suggestion though.. 9/10 times I wouldve done that.

    Thanks everyone! Glad you guys like it.
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  10. #10740
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    Sunset in Greenland

    While playing with my new D90, I happened upon this scene in Greenland Colorado and after a few captures and exposure compensations, I ended up with this.
    By the way the D90 is incredibly versatile!
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