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Jun 19, 2010 23:27 |  #6586

TeamSpeed wrote in post #10391190 (external link)
A couple from today, somebody on their way to the hospital, and one for Ken N! :) (both with the Bigmos-ma)

I'm impressed, but you know what a beginner I am - what is a Bigmos-ma? Whatever it is, those bird feathers are perfectly sharp!

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Jun 19, 2010 23:31 as a reply to  @ post 10392999 |  #6587

Re: thedrewster77 wedding shots:

That's the way to do it! If you were not the official photog, I'm sure the official photog would be jealous! Nice job!

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Jun 19, 2010 23:43 |  #6588

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Re: thedrewster77 wedding shots:

That's the way to do it! If you were not the official photog, I'm sure the official photog would be jealous! Nice job!

Ken

Appreciate the kind words Ken. Lots of compositional issues, but a lot of that is due to the fact I was trying to keep a low profile (with a 7D, 430EX II and a 70-200 f/2.8 IS -- HAH!) and stay out of everyone's way. I have pretty much no shots of people looking AT ME because of this. Not a big deal though.

The official photog was a relative or close friend of the bride AFAIK. There's a shot of her in the set somewhere. Pretty sure she was shooting with a XSi and the 18-55 + 55-250 kit lenses. No fill flash either :o Neither the bride nor the groom are expecting world class shots and they had an apparently wonderful time, so who cares, right? I'll be getting a bunch of 4x6s made, a few 8x10s and giving them the full rez JPGs on a DVD with a few 1080p clips.

Anyways, I typed far more than was necessary but oh well. Thanks again. :)


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Jun 19, 2010 23:51 |  #6589

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Nice! I'd like to know how you did it, if you don't mind sharing. I had thought about trying something similar with my car, but at sunset with a horizon glowing behind it.


Actually "btmlinedan" a member on here helped me out tremendously.

What you do is set your camera on a tripod, set up external wireless flashes and fire them at diffrent points on the car. Bring to Photoshop and stack them up and merge them together so the light is on the car at all angles.

One thing I was told was to not have the car fill the frame so much. And also don't shoot in such a dark area. Hope this helped. PM me if you want more help.


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Jun 19, 2010 23:59 |  #6590

WRXTACY wrote in post #10393211 (external link)
Actually "btmlinedan" a member on here helped me out tremendously.

What you do is set your camera on a tripod, set up external wireless flashes and fire them at diffrent points on the car. Bring to Photoshop and stack them up and merge them together so the light is on the car at all angles.

One thing I was told was to not have the car fill the frame so much. And also don't shoot in such a dark area. Hope this helped. PM me if you want more help.

Cool! Thanks for the tips. Now I've gotta find a decent night to try it out.. next several days have a high chance of rain. :(



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Jun 20, 2010 01:39 |  #6591

WRXTACY wrote in post #10393211 (external link)
Actually "btmlinedan" a member on here helped me out tremendously.

What you do is set your camera on a tripod, set up external wireless flashes and fire them at diffrent points on the car. Bring to Photoshop and stack them up and merge them together so the light is on the car at all angles.

One thing I was told was to not have the car fill the frame so much. And also don't shoot in such a dark area. Hope this helped. PM me if you want more help.

Another possible alternative to doing so is set the camera on iso 100, expose for 15-30 seconds, and "light paint" with the external flash tapping the "pilot" button as you walk around the car. Then you won't have to "merge" via photoshop. :)


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Jun 20, 2010 06:08 |  #6592

Ken Nielsen wrote in post #10393129 (external link)
I'm impressed, but you know what a beginner I am - what is a Bigmos-ma? Whatever it is, those bird feathers are perfectly sharp!

Is this it?:

http://www.lonestardig​ital.com/Sigma_50-500.htm (external link)

No, it is the new 50-500 OS Sigma, the supposed successor to that lens. Here is sample from 4 shots over on the lens archive I called the "Worst Shots Ever", I posted 4 shots with the 7D, stacked 2x+1.4x, manually focused at ISO 3200 and 12800. I am not sure the lad's gal went, I haven't seen her all morning.

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Jun 20, 2010 08:41 |  #6593

First time with the 7d at the track

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Jun 20, 2010 10:59 |  #6594

Nice rear wheel drive Ford Focus!!!


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Jun 20, 2010 12:30 as a reply to  @ post 10393089 |  #6595

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Jun 20, 2010 13:00 |  #6597

Here's a few from this weekend:

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Jun 20, 2010 13:04 |  #6598

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Jun 20, 2010 13:09 |  #6599

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Jun 20, 2010 13:11 as a reply to  @ SnapLocally.com's post |  #6600

Its taken some time to get used to my 7D. But now I'm really appreciating what a great tool it is... Here are some recent pics

The lion was taken with a 70-200mm 4L and the Milky Way with a Sigma 10-20mm ƒ3.5


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