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Dec 08, 2010 17:25 |  #2941

It's funny that the re-edit has gotten such mixed reviews... Some people love it and some hate it! Haha

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What kind of pp style do you call this?

Well, I wanted it to have a kind of expired film feel, but I also just like messing around with stuff and creating something new... I guess there's not really a style. The closest thing would probably be something like "Digital Cross-Processing."




  
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Dec 08, 2010 22:08 |  #2942

.mark. wrote in post #11411622 (external link)
Check out the siggy 24mm f/1.8. It looks decent and can focus very close to get some cool perspectives.

I've heard some good things about those sigma primes, but I've sworn them off as a company. Totally done with them for good.


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Dec 09, 2010 00:53 |  #2943

agphotography wrote in post #11420131 (external link)
I've heard some good things about those sigma primes, but I've sworn them off as a company. Totally done with them for good.

I know how that is...I've had a good lens or two from them but they came at the cost of a lot of screaming and returns. On a good note, just sold my 35L and I'll be ordering the 50L tomorrow. :)

...fun to see another member from costa mesa.


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Dec 09, 2010 03:42 |  #2944

It's interesting to see that some of you are selling your 35Ls for 50L. I enjoy them both very much, but use 35L more because of the focal length. I prefer 50L's rendering more though. If I could have a 35mm that renders like 50L I'd be in heaven. :) Then I think I'd sell most of my other lenses.

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Dec 09, 2010 05:57 |  #2945

Helena, that's a very cool shot -- location:)!


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Dec 09, 2010 09:42 |  #2946

Helena wrote in post #11421183 (external link)
It's interesting to see that some of you are selling your 35Ls for 50L. I enjoy them both very much, but use 35L more because of the focal length. I prefer 50L's rendering more though. If I could have a 35mm that renders like 50L I'd be in heaven. :) Then I think I'd sell most of my other lenses.

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im complete opposite. im selling for the 85mm.

i prefer to working if longer focal lengths.


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Dec 09, 2010 12:54 as a reply to  @ 360°'s post |  #2947

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Dec 09, 2010 13:44 |  #2948

360° wrote in post #11404760 (external link)
diy ring light. 36 inch diameter

I'm currently in the process of making one of these! Wasnt going to go as big as 36" though. How do you find it to handle? Have you got a pic of it? I'm currently a bit stuck on how i'm going to tripod mount it.


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Dec 09, 2010 14:02 |  #2949

Great portrait again Palna!

tonylong wrote in post #11421464 (external link)
Helena, that's a very cool shot -- location:)!

Thank you Tony! The Viking statue was a gift from Leif Ericson Society, American descendants of Scandinavian emigrants, for Trondheim’s Millennium in 1997. It is an exact replica of the original in Seattle.


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Dec 09, 2010 14:16 |  #2950

Helena wrote in post #11423788 (external link)
Great portrait again Palna!

Thank you Tony! The Viking statue was a gift from Leif Ericson Society, American descendants of Scandinavian emigrants, for Trondheim’s Millennium in 1997. It is an exact replica of the original in Seattle.


Thank you a lot Helena: -)


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Dec 09, 2010 15:08 |  #2951

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The stray I've adopted is getting used to her new domain. Borrowed from CPS Canon 50L at 1.2

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Thats my cat!!! Well not my cat, but it's the spit of my cat. Nice shot!


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Dec 09, 2010 15:48 |  #2952

chris78cpr wrote in post #11423677 (external link)
I'm currently in the process of making one of these! Wasnt going to go as big as 36" though. How do you find it to handle? Have you got a pic of it? I'm currently a bit stuck on how i'm going to tripod mount it.

i dont have a picture of it yet.

but its big. 19 bulbs.

it took about 8 hours to put together and wire up


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Dec 09, 2010 18:41 |  #2953

I got a couple shots published in this new monthly magazine thing... This guy was awesome!

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Dec 10, 2010 06:25 |  #2954

360° wrote in post #11424436 (external link)
i dont have a picture of it yet.

but its big. 19 bulbs.

it took about 8 hours to put together and wire up


Ah ok, thats not too bad. I work in a furniture making place and i'm trying to work out a decent way of tripod mounting one of these and also looking into how you can make them with portability in mind. I had some rings done for a template but even just as timber they were very awkward to handle.


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Dec 10, 2010 08:34 as a reply to  @ chris78cpr's post |  #2955
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walmguy palma and others, marvellous pictures. Really makes me want to get out shooting again, too bad I got no time lately.

keep the work up, your pictures are just beautiful!bw!


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