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Nice g-money. I agree with royboy79

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DallasPhoto wrote in post #7869546external link
Thanks for the advice Pham and thanks for the CC Ray...

I did have the flash pretty close to the subject and I was shooting through an Umbrella because I'm too cheap to buy a softbox... but that is coming shortly.

You guys both use photoshop to edit? I'm using lightroom because I'm entirely too cheap to splurge on photoshop


Some think Lightroom is just as good for digital images as Photoshop. Have you tried different presets via lightroom or users? Give it a whirl

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Slicer wrote in post #7870154external link
Some think Lightroom is just as good for digital images as Photoshop. Have you tried different presets via lightroom or users? Give it a whirl


I've got a TON of different presets, but what do you mean by different users?

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Slicer wrote in post #7870131external link
Nice g-money. I agree with royboy79

Thanks guys and I agree it could use a little more light on one side of her face. I do have a reflector but failed to throw it in the truck when we headed out. :rolleyes:

Greg

Post #844, May 06, 2009 16:24:20


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G Money..

those are really good for the first time taking out your soft box and using it the manner as seen in this thread.

heck, my first try the subject was too bright and the back ground was like dark.. not balanced..

your shots are balanced and can be really saved in post processing.. though i preferrer to start out with a good exposure.

good compositions..

hope you don't mind me showing what i was talking about..

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Pretty darn good phamster, Don't mind a bit. This does pretty much save this photo. Although she would killme if she knew I forgot to PS out that zit on her forehead. She was so furious to wake up on the day of the shoot and find it LOL

Now what is funny. Is they just called and ordered a 20x24 gallery wrap for her wedding and as you might have guessed picked an image that I didn't even bother to display, but was one where I used OCF so maybe I have future with OCF after all. Here it is

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Post #846, May 06, 2009 17:47:14


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g money that is just lovely !!!

Post #847, May 06, 2009 18:01:29


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Kai wrote in post #7869656external link
How do you update your firm ware? Great images everyone.

Are you talking about on the new PW FlexTT5's or Mini's? If so, they come with a utility that checks for updates etc. You just hook them up and run the computer!

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DallasPhoto wrote in post #7870228external link
I've got a TON of different presets, but what do you mean by different users?

By users I mean what other people make and put on the web for you to dl free. You can pretty much google them.
I just did a quicky and came up with these.
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I've been following along for awhile and have been practicing with my not so willing 11 year old son. Finally took some that I started to like. C&C welcomed. Great thread. Rod

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Post #850, May 06, 2009 20:06:31 as a reply to Slicer's post 30 minutes earlier.


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Rod, your son looks like a young Harry Potter. His hair blends in a tad too much with the background for my taste, but his the exposure on his face is right on, IMO. Nice shot.

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does an ettl cord count as OCF? i figure so... here's a different shot.

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if it doesnt count, im sorry in advance

Post #852, May 06, 2009 22:17:54


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^^^ what lens was that one?

nice shot..

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Post #853, May 06, 2009 22:22:35


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bminear wrote in post #7872816external link
does an ettl cord count as OCF? i figure so... here's a different shot.

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if it doesnt count, im sorry in advance

It counts. Nicely done.

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phamster wrote in post #7872847external link
^^^ what lens was that one?

nice shot..

phamster

that's that wonderful 50 1.4 :) its a 50% or so crop, i really wanted those droplets visible! and with no macro lens, its all i can do.

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It counts. Nicely done.

thanks!

Post #855, May 06, 2009 22:44:12


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