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Jun 04, 2011 19:43 |  #991

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My baby! Is she behaving? Looks great. Remember, she likes 2 stories before bedtime and a drink of Zeiss cleaning fluid.

she is amazing haha

i cant keep this lens off my camera it is so much fun to play with lol


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Jun 05, 2011 00:39 |  #992

Typical work day... more details about the setup on Flickr.

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and a shot with that setup and a 2 minute touchup (shoot over 50 people a day with this so you need to be fast at retouching)

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Jun 05, 2011 01:13 |  #993

Zerimar wrote in post #12538266 (external link)
Typical work day... more details about the setup on Flickr.

and a shot with that setup and a 2 minute touchup (shoot over 50 people a day with this so you need to be fast at retouching)

i am so jealous of you


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Jun 05, 2011 15:15 |  #994

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i am so jealous of you

Well it definitely is work that I enjoy doing. The days usually are so busy and it goes by so fast.


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Jun 06, 2011 14:55 as a reply to  @ Zerimar's post |  #995

The result:

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Probably the cheapest setup in the whole thread :p

Tubelight in the wall left, 5W CFL in the tablelamp, LED torch from the mobile. :P


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Jun 06, 2011 15:20 |  #996

Copidosoma wrote in post #12504894 (external link)
Great final image. Although, keeping in the spirit of pointing out obvious "flaws" in photos that you didn't notice at first but now it is all you can see...

Were you gardening before this by chance? You might want to clean under your fingernails before the shoot next time.

Lol, I noticed that too.


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Jun 06, 2011 15:46 as a reply to  @ post 12536992 |  #997

Here is how I setup my shot this morning and the result...


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Jun 07, 2011 03:21 as a reply to  @ niall_eidw's post |  #998

Just sharing my excitement, in theme of 'setups', a new addition to my gear sure to assist in the matter, a Manfrotto 055XPROB and 410 Junior Geared head with bag to go!! yes! Cannot wait to give it all a proper go with some nice low-down macro, and hopefully high up lightning setups.. :)


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Jun 07, 2011 09:46 |  #999

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Just sharing my excitement, in theme of 'setups', a new addition to my gear sure to assist in the matter, a Manfrotto 055XPROB and 410 Junior Geared head with bag to go!! yes! Cannot wait to give it all a proper go with some nice low-down macro, and hopefully high up lightning setups.. :)

You are absolutely going to love those legs! I paired mine with the 498rc2 as I didn't need a geared head for the work I do. I was having a lot of issues with my long shutter images being not tack sharp. Could not figure it out. Then my tripod broke and I replaced it with the above. Guess what - found out why they werent sharp.


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Jun 07, 2011 14:32 |  #1000

1000 posts and this thread is still one of the most interesting ones in POTN.
Amazing work guys!


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Jun 07, 2011 17:56 |  #1001

niall_eidw wrote in post #12547035 (external link)
Here is how I setup my shot this morning and the result...

what sort of tripod is that mate? looks pretty sweet

and what's the thing on the viewfinder called?

Cheers!


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Jun 07, 2011 20:23 |  #1002

what sort of tripod is that mate? looks pretty sweet

and what's the thing on the viewfinder called?

Cheers!

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....I'm not Niall, but regarding the tripod, for sure if you are looking for a tripod, give some consideration to the ability of it to "go low". This old manfrotto has the ability to have the center post come out to the side, so I can get right down on the floor when needed.

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Jun 07, 2011 20:27 |  #1003

It's one from Manfrotto, there's quite a few models with the horizontal centre column but the only one that comes to mind is the 055XPROB (which dirkkristen above has). Giottos also have a few models which do something similar, except the centre column can pivot from straight down to straight up instead of just horizontally like the Manfrottos, I have the MTL 9361B which is actually cheaper than the cheapest model from Manfrotto.


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Jun 07, 2011 21:06 |  #1004

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It's one from Manfrotto, there's quite a few models with the horizontal centre column but the only one that comes to mind is the 055XPROB (which dirkkristen above has). Giottos also have a few models which do something similar, except the centre column can pivot from straight down to straight up instead of just horizontally like the Manfrottos, I have the MTL 9361B which is actually cheaper than the cheapest model from Manfrotto.

Nice one thanks a lot for the replies


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Jun 07, 2011 21:26 as a reply to  @ jack880's post |  #1005

Great tread. Subscribed!


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