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TMR Design wrote in post #11954621external link
Love 'em, Jeff! Nice stuff.

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These are awesome, Jeff!

Thanks guys!

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Cathpah wrote in post #11954107external link
Here's a few from my shoot with Kristina T.

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I'm a beginning photographer, anyone know any kind of resource out there to study lighting

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GhanaTyper wrote in post #11963869external link
I'm a beginning photographer, anyone know any kind of resource out there to study lighting

A good place to start:
http://www.strobist.bl​ogspot.com/external link

Also: Light: Science and Magic

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windpig wrote in post #11963879external link
A good place to start:
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Also: Light: Science and Magic

Is the later the title of a book?

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BoneJj wrote in post #11963899external link
Is the later the title of a book?

Yes

By the way, I find lighting fun, challenging, frustrating, creative and a plethora of other descriptives.

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I'll have to see if It's on amazon kindle, that way I can read it wherever I feel like.

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windpig wrote in post #11963879external link
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Also: Light: Science and Magic

Here we go. It's also on kindle a little cheaper as well. I might just have to pick up the kindle edition. Then I can read on my phone, computer or wherever.

Here is a direct link:
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BoneJj wrote in post #11964139external link
Here we go. It's also on kindle a little cheaper as well. I might just have to pick up the kindle edition. Then I can read on my phone, computer or wherever.

Here is a direct link:
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Hmmmm. I've been thinking about getting one of those kindle thingies.

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windpig wrote in post #11964150external link
Hmmmm. I've been thinking about getting one of those kindle thingies.

well, you don't really have to have a "kindle" persay, all you need is an Android, or Apple OS phone and you can put the kindle app on the phone and get your books right there wherever you are whenever you like, or you can download the Kindle app right to your computer and use your computer to read the books. It's not like Amazon is going anywhere any time soon... So I have no problem purchasing books at a lower cost on the kindle system to get the same information. Also having the books on computer makes them searchable, that's the best part right there!

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windpig wrote in post #11964150external link
Hmmmm. I've been thinking about getting one of those kindle thingies.

skipped the kindle and NOOK and went straight to the IPAD...was a wiser investment, does all both those can do, but more (of course)... and I can run apps to view my pics' exif info at the same time (on a screen bigger than the phone).

Research it first

Samsung's got a tablet/phone (at least phone for Europe, not the US version)

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mikewinburn wrote in post #11966233external link
skipped the kindle and NOOK and went straight to the IPAD...was a wiser investment, does all both those can do, but more (of course)... and I can run apps to view my pics' exif info at the same time (on a screen bigger than the phone).

Research it first

Samsung's got a tablet/phone (at least phone for Europe, not the US version)

Thanks

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