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Just blame it one the camera, tfp shoot
Posted By: devisor, 05-31-2008, 05:36 PM

First image done.. wow I love my pentax ..

1 large umbrella with vivitar285hv.. camera right. Behind modell.
1 large umbrella with vivitar285hv.. camera left for fill.
1 snooted vivitar 285hv to light the wall.
Triggered with EL Skyport.


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Nice Shot!

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Very nice work with the lighting. I like it.
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thx ... glad you liked my picture.

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Very nice indeed. However the focus seems to be on the subject's right shoulder, was this on purpose?

Thanks for the info on the lighting sure would be nice if on occassions like this, people would post a picture of the setup as well.


thanks for sharing, Devisor.
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no actually the focus is on here eye.. but the resize removes that impression .
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Excellent shot. I agree with JC. Some setup shots would be great for this type of shooting.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Peter Zack Quote
Excellent shot. I agree with JC. Some setup shots would be great for this type of shooting.
I'll remember that for next time.. so you can have a look.

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Very nice, I like the rim light around her arm and knee.
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QuoteOriginally posted by devisor Quote
no actually the focus is on here eye.. but the resize removes that impression .
Sorry about that - darn resizing. But, is that the resizing within the forum or the resizing s'ware? I've heard people complain about this but I've not had any problems myself - guess my work has never been that good to make a diff.
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I noticed that I used just the standrad bicubic in cs3 for smooth.. not optimized for reduction.. My error .
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