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Posted By: Rupert, 03-18-2013, 10:25 AM

No one is paying me to promote DXO Film Pak 3 (but I'm open if they want to! ). I love this program and have determined through my genius at math that there are no less than a billion combinations of processing available in this wonderful program. There are free trials, and it is inexpensive if you do buy it.

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A few quick clicks in DXO....the controls are almost unlimited, your results can be whatever you want!
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Are you sure the child not to sell?:大声笑::大声笑::大声笑:
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Sounds like a neat program to experiment with Rupert.--charliezap
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Well taken portrait with great lighting. Do you mind sharing your strobist technique?
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QuoteOriginally posted by benny_h_z Quote
Are you sure the child not to sell?:大声笑::大声笑::大声笑:
Benny, ...if you knew this live wire, you would pay his mom to keep him as far away as possible! My studio looked like a war zone when he left..........

Charlie, give it a try, I know you like to experiment too.

Dave...It's a good one!

Fotogaffer......Two studio strobes, left and right at 45 degrees.....and crossed fingers for luck. Some have skills, I depend mostly on luck!

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Benny, ...if you knew this live wire, you would pay his mom to keep him as far away as possible! My studio looked like a war zone when he left..........
Yes, children get you into trouble. It is very strong, but also their creativity will also surprise.
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What a cute little guy, keep an eye on your wallet though Rupert. Thanks for the information.

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Two studio strobes, left and right at 45 degrees
Congrats on the improved skin tones.

Now try turning down one of the strobes about 1.5 stops while keeping the other at its usual setting. Get some directional side lighting going.

Once the side lighting looks good, then you can start playing with which way to turn the subject for better effect. Search for 'short lighting' and 'broad lighting'.
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Thanks Bob! He's a handful for his mom!

bdp1.......I see you are a new member? Do I know you from somewhere? Thanks, and thanks for the tips, I can always use tips...sometimes I even manage to make good use of them! Lighting is tricky for me.....I need to study more!

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Great job on the portrait Rupert. Your skills are certainly improving and it shows. I do miss Otis though.
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