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Great shot.

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You got something against the Pacific Rim area, Kojack? :D

Great concept! Love how it turned out. What method did you use for the fire trail? Doesn't appear to be a match, and it's too subtle to be steel wool.

May 10, 2012 06:41

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CiM_Photography wrote in post #14409445external link
You got something against the Pacific Rim area, Kojack? :D

Great concept! Love how it turned out. What method did you use for the fire trail? Doesn't appear to be a match, and it's too subtle to be steel wool.

Its actually a flaming ball of napkin from McDonalds. haha. Had to release the shutter after it hits so it doesn't create a trail where it falls.

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Great shot.

May 11, 2012 09:58

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Nice shot.

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tolahah, love this shot. i came across a pic like this were the "child" is being pushes up a curb, your shot also? i really liked that one also.

May 13, 2012 10:48

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just a couple snapshots from when we had to stop at a rest area on the way back home a few weeks ago.

single 580 ex II in a 22" BD camera left, triggered with Phottix Odins.

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I know....I cut her feet off...I was ticked when I saw that on the computer screen...
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[QUOTE=PLLphotography;​14595361]just a couple snapshots from when we had to stop at a rest area on the way back home a few weeks ago./quote]

What I like: you set up the background so the trees were above their heads. Nice!

What I don't like: well, I'm not a fan of sun-flare shots. Personal taste. And it looks like your wife (I assume) is like mine: posed smiles always look forced. So #1 and #3 don't work for me. (#2 is fantastic.) BTW, I'm not at all bothered by the missing feet in #3. But the dead space on the right could go away for my money.

What I love: the drool on the shirt in #4. I'd clone just a hair more trees above his head (hard to get the camera lower when you're already shooting blades of grass!) and print it. This is what 2-year-olds are all about!

Jun 21, 2012 05:27

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just a couple snapshots from when we had to stop at a rest area on the way back home a few weeks ago./quote]

What I like: you set up the background so the trees were above their heads. Nice!

What I don't like: well, I'm not a fan of sun-flare shots. Personal taste. And it looks like your wife (I assume) is like mine: posed smiles always look forced. So #1 and #3 don't work for me. (#2 is fantastic.) BTW, I'm not at all bothered by the missing feet in #3. But the dead space on the right could go away for my money.

What I love: the drool on the shirt in #4. I'd clone just a hair more trees above his head (hard to get the camera lower when you're already shooting blades of grass!) and print it. This is what 2-year-olds are all about!

Thanks :-)

we had been driving for a few hours and she had been ill that day, so that's about the best smile I could get from her :p

I'm not a huge fan of sunflare shots either, and trying to force one with the 85L was a task. it didn't want to lock on focus, which is strange because my 50L would lock on instantly. yeah...the dead space on the opposite side made me mad. I could have used that for her feet! lol

yeah, I was already laying down on the ground getting the shots of him, and he's 11 months old, and was teething (already has 8 teeth)...not quite two, but due to his size, he could pass for a two year old :lol:

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