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Foodguy
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Dec 05, 2016 14:48 |  #10306

Alveric wrote in post #18204232 (external link)
Only if he gets to eat the food afterwards. ;)

The grass is always greener... :p


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Dec 05, 2016 22:47 |  #10307

diveguy wrote in post #18191716 (external link)
Here's a "Before & After" from a shoot I did last week. Note that the 1x1 light panels were replaced with Profoto D2 strobes, bounced off 60" umbrellas, for the still photos at approximately the same position left and right.

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not a fair before/after... your towels got folded somehow :)


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Dec 09, 2016 17:54 |  #10308

JoeyBaccala wrote in post #18074149 (external link)
Setup:

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Rovelight 600B/PCB 47" Octa camera right @ full power/Triggered Yn-622c's

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Excellent work mate


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Dec 10, 2016 09:16 as a reply to post 18074149 |  #10309

I think this is a cracking picture.



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dmward
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Dec 10, 2016 18:19 |  #10310

Talley wrote in post #18204709 (external link)
not a fair before/after... your towels got folded somehow :)

In fact there is quite a bit that different between the two.
Look closely at the sink. :-D


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Dec 11, 2016 12:08 |  #10311

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This was an exercise in controlling light spill in small area. Cine foil madness. The hairlight was a little off in this one, but overall we like it.



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Dec 11, 2016 16:54 |  #10312

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This was an exercise in controlling light spill in small area. Cine foil madness. The hairlight was a little off in this one, but overall we like it.

Nice photograph, but looks like light stand and sandbag, along with other stuff in reflection on the piano. Wondering if there is a way to eliminate that?



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Dec 11, 2016 16:56 |  #10313

kickers are to bright


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Dec 11, 2016 19:56 |  #10314

hornrocker wrote in post #18210006 (external link)
Nice photograph, but looks like light stand and sandbag, along with other stuff in reflection on the piano. Wondering if there is a way to eliminate that?

Sure, get a flat black piano. :-) All kidding aside, on my screen that face of the piano is so dark as to be almost a suggestion of a piano.




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Dec 11, 2016 20:02 |  #10315

windpig wrote in post #18210007 (external link)
kickers are to bright

Turn down your screen brightness and they'll be fine. ;-)a Actually, we switched sides and messed up my finely calibrated lighting.




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Dec 12, 2016 00:59 |  #10316

Setup pic from iPhone
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tandemhearts
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Dec 12, 2016 06:26 as a reply to BigLobowski's post |  #10317

Which forum is the result image in? I must have a filter on it, so I can't see it and I can't find a clue to where it is (without wading through 33 filtered forums).




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Dec 12, 2016 07:25 |  #10318

BigLobowski wrote in post #18210405 (external link)
Setup pic from iPhone
1D MkIV 70-200 IS II

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I like using plain umbrellas for bounce. People always think I'm crazy though.


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Dec 12, 2016 10:18 |  #10319

BigLobowski wrote in post #18210405 (external link)
Setup pic from iPhone
1D MkIV 70-200 IS II

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Awesome result Ken!


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Dec 12, 2016 20:52 |  #10320

travisvwright wrote in post #18210558 (external link)
I like using plain umbrellas for bounce. People always think I'm crazy though.

I don't. It's a good choice. The shape lets them stand and also lets you control light. Used the other direction gives good wrap. They make good scrims against hard sun, too.


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