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Apr 22, 2011 10:01 |  #7351

I like the dirtyness. >:D

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Apr 22, 2011 10:12 |  #7352

Nice shot Vixen, but carefulon that added vignette, it becomes intrusive ;)


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Apr 22, 2011 10:16 |  #7353
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All you need to do is put a MG on top of the car and call it a small Humvee:D

Vixen89 wrote in post #12271951 (external link)
I like the dirtyness. >:D

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Haha, I suppose? It's an HDR technique. I shot three pictures at three exposures in manual mode, you have to at least give me that much?

I never use HDR in any of my pictures, but yes I like your picture.;)


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Apr 22, 2011 10:17 |  #7354

Rivest wrote in post #12272004 (external link)
Nice shot Vixen, but carefulon that added vignette, it becomes intrusive ;)

Yeah I know, only once in awhile will I even bother with vignette to be honest. I trained my mind to not think to even bother vignetting unless the lens hood caused it. T_T

...what to do about the sunspot. D<

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All you need to do is put a MG on top of the car and call it a small Humvee:D

I never use HDR in any of my pictures, but yes I like your picture.;)

Humvee!! LOL


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Apr 22, 2011 10:19 |  #7355

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Nice pictures, I wish I lived there.;)

I have seen the lowepro fastpack 350 in the shop today, what put me off buying one is, you can only add one 70-200mm and thats on the camera, and put just two more lenses in the padded compartments thats it, I also think there is allot of waste of space on the side where the dslr camera sits in the bag, and there is nothing to stop it moving in the bag, also when you want to change the lens over you have to put it down somewhere, one of the main problem was the tripod, there is no side straps to hold one, and it's only at bottom of the bag, that will be a real pain (on your backside) when you walk or when you want to sit somewhere Yes you can add a 16" laptop but some camera bags now have this feature also. But why would need to log around a bigger laptop on a walkabout adding more weight to your gear!.

I think the Lowepro flipside 400 AW, IMO as more space for future lenses or another dslr body and a small video camera, you never need to put it on the ground to change over lenses, and no theft can enter the bag to you camera because it's at the back of you, also the tripod sits at the back or on the sided of the bag, and yes you can add a small laptop.for less weight. it's always better to have more padded compartments than not have it.

I have the 400 and think it's great. My one gripe about it is the tripod mount being on the back. To slide the pack in front of you and open it from the back like it was intended just doesn't work if you have a tripod mounted, you end up putting it on the ground and with the pod being on the back the it ends up tipping over if you set it down. Also the way the tripod mount was designed holds the feet of the pod in a pouch that hangs below the pack so if you put the pack down the pod pops out of the pouch and have to keep putting it back in.


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Apr 22, 2011 10:22 |  #7356

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I have the 400 and think it's great. My one gripe about it is the tripod mount being on the back. To slide the pack in front of you and open it from the back like it was intended just doesn't work if you have a tripod mounted, you end up putting it on the ground and with the pod being on the back the it ends up tipping over if you set it down. Also the way the tripod mount was designed holds the feet of the pod in a pouch that hangs below the pack so if you put the pack down the pod pops out of the pouch and have to keep putting it back in.

I have the 400 as well and I think it's a great bag, and well I never mounted a tripod to it because I have my own tripod bag for the guy, but yah that bag never comes off my back and if it does it's to swap and goes right back on me and it's sooooo comfortable.


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Apr 22, 2011 10:36 |  #7357

I got back around 11:00 last night from a very long business trip and settled down with a glass of whiskey and my 60D and just took pictures of my living room for fun! Not a very good picture but at least I was able to get the camera out of the bag and exercise the shutter!

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Apr 22, 2011 11:05 |  #7358

share my picture

i just want share my picture sorry if the picture not good , i using 60D and 135 mm L . i newbie


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Apr 22, 2011 11:08 |  #7359

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i just want share my picture sorry if the picture not good , i using 60D and 135 mm L . i newbie

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Apr 22, 2011 11:11 |  #7360

Vixen89 wrote in post #12272034 (external link)
...what to do about the sunspot. D<

in Lightroom, in some cases I can decrease a color like if its a purple flare - if it does not impact on the rest of the image negatively.


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Apr 22, 2011 11:14 |  #7361

adun99 wrote in post #12272393 (external link)
i just want share my picture sorry if the picture not good , i using 60D and 135 mm L . i newbie

I think it's a good picture, shows a lot of expression!!

Immaculens wrote in post #12272424 (external link)
in Lightroom, in some cases I can decrease a color like if its a purple flare - if it does not impact on the rest of the image negatively.

I'm still messing with it personally, but the client really likes the sunspot. It just bothers me greatly though! I left it alone for now, but if I ever get another spot like that I'm gonna try and delete it. xD


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Apr 22, 2011 11:16 |  #7362

got someone in here using picture style ?




  
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Apr 22, 2011 11:21 as a reply to  @ Vixen89's post |  #7363

thank you very much, I took the photograph at java jazz festival in Indonesia. but i cannot do editing that picture :sad:




  
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Apr 22, 2011 11:37 |  #7364
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Dr.D wrote in post #12272045 (external link)
I have the 400 and think it's great. My one gripe about it is the tripod mount being on the back. To slide the pack in front of you and open it from the back like it was intended just doesn't work if you have a tripod mounted, you end up putting it on the ground and with the pod being on the back the it ends up tipping over if you set it down. Also the way the tripod mount was designed holds the feet of the pod in a pouch that hangs below the pack so if you put the pack down the pod pops out of the pouch and have to keep putting it back in.

Thanks for the info on the bag I wanted to have a safe camera bag from thefts getting in, can you put the tripod on the side of the bag I have seen two straps on top on both side of the bag? and where can you put the laptop?

Vixen89 wrote in post #12272072 (external link)
I have the 400 as well and I think it's a great bag, and well I never mounted a tripod to it because I have my own tripod bag for the guy, but yah that bag never comes off my back and if it does it's to swap and goes right back on me and it's sooooo comfortable.

Thats what I also wanted to know is it comfortable to use, because some bags are not and I don't want to buy a camera that Screams theft come and get me. I also think a tripod bag is good but you have to carry both.

Is it also easy to add the weather sheet on the bag and can you still open you bag with it on?


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Apr 22, 2011 12:28 |  #7365

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I have a lowpro fastpak 100 - not a ton of room, but it's great for taking a couple of short lenses (I have a case for my 50 so I can pack all 3 of them in there..) and walking around. Also has webbing for water bottles etc.

I plan on asking for the 350 for father's day - enough space to easily fit everything and my laptop for taking it on longer trips.

On that flash pic - why not just use the 60D's built in wireless flash commander feature?

On the flash pic I was just playing and testing it out, I got a receiver for it so I can put it inside car interiors or behind objects together with my AB800's for extra lighting... where I wouldn't normally have line of sight. I still need to pick up some gels and start playing around with some random extra light stuff but for now I'm more worried about getting ready to shoot my first wedding next weekend.... yikes :)


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