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Lens: smc A50 f1,7 Camera: K20D 
Posted By: devisor, 07-22-2010, 03:42 AM



had fun using a M lens in a studio, newer done that before

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I wrote some words about the project, check it out here..

traveling niftyfifty

Also more images in the blog

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07-22-2010, 04:04 AM   #2
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Let me be the first to comment on this stunning portrait.
Just brilliant!
Doesn't matter what lens you use Eric, you always come up with stellar results.
Top model, top lighting, top colours, top photo.
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thx

I was happy that I was asked to get the traveling lens, so I did a whole model shoot with it yesterday, all from beauty to nude act
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That's a lens well travelled.

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Absolutely stunning work Eric! WOW

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P.S. Is this a 4 light set-up?
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one more from the shoot

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btw, no skin smoothing on the last image
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Eric, you are one wicked master of glamour. And by the way, I still envy you for the ladies you hang around with!

EDIT: The EXIF shows your name as the photographer and copyright holder. May I ask where does this information come from? AFAIK, the K20D does not have this information field. Is it from Photoshop or another PP software?

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wOw these photos are absolutely stunning and very creative with the poses. I hope one day I can take photos as well as you do.
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WOW.. Great work!!!

Mind if I ask how your lighting was setup.
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QuoteOriginally posted by emr Quote
EDIT: The EXIF shows your name as the photographer and copyright holder. May I ask where does this information come from? AFAIK, the K20D does not have this information field. Is it from Photoshop or another PP software?
Nice #2 there Eric - well posed and set up.
emr, you can add those details in the photo info prompt through PS and similar software. You're right, the K20D has no option for inserting copyright information on the image EXIF.
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Light setup on the model:

on each side.. strip boxes behind the model
white beauty dish high above the model, 2m in front of here.

for the exif, I use lightroom so it handles all the important information for me
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Beautifull! Just beautifull!
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Great stuff Eric.

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Gorgeous model, gorgeous shots. I did immediately notice the skin smoothing in #1 - though it might be a tad over-done. #2 is perfect and far more natural.
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