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Aug 03, 2011 06:35 |  #6091

Shankar, looking good sir! I'm going to start having to ask you for tips soon!! Keep it up!


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Aug 03, 2011 07:30 |  #6092

izthistaken wrote in post #12868688 (external link)
Shankar, looking good sir! I'm going to start having to ask you for tips soon!! Keep it up!

Thanks Matt.. This forum is awesome and very very helpful..


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Aug 03, 2011 17:30 |  #6093

@ Shankarhokie, looks like your going to make photography art a touch more serious? because your greatly improving your lighting skills..

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Kathryn Bride ~ Center Stage

continuing Kathryn's wedding shots..

lighting was 2 lights..

1. Key lighting was AB1600 with Beauty Dish gridded
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Aug 03, 2011 17:38 |  #6094

Awesome shot Pham.


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Aug 03, 2011 20:33 |  #6095

phamster wrote in post #12872548 (external link)
@ Shankarhokie, looks like your going to make photography art a touch more serious? because your greatly improving your lighting skills..

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Kathryn Bride ~ Center Stage

continuing Kathryn's wedding shots..

lighting was 2 lights..

1. Key lighting was AB1600 with Beauty Dish gridded
2. Speed light with red gel on back lighting

CameraCanon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure0.006 sec (1/160)
Aperturef/5.6
Focal Length85 mm
ISO Speed100
Exposure Bias0 EV

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IMAGE LINK: http://www.flickr.com …006806952/in/ph​otostream/  (external link)

Very nice.


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Aug 03, 2011 20:38 |  #6096

Self Portrait.. Something strange in the kitchen... Einstein, AB1600, sleeping Lab, various mods (honestly can't remember).

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Aug 04, 2011 08:51 |  #6097

Pham do you remember the 'zoom' of the speed light behind by any chance?


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Aug 04, 2011 10:07 |  #6098

phamster wrote in post #12872548 (external link)
@ Shankarhokie, looks like your going to make photography art a touch more serious? because your greatly improving your lighting skills..


Wow! Thanks Pham!


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Aug 04, 2011 10:09 as a reply to  @ shankarhokie's post |  #6099

Awesome shot Pham!

No window in this one ;)




  
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Aug 04, 2011 15:06 |  #6100

i like it pham :D (phew world war 3 didn't start)
john what one is fitted into the cupboard? that a e640/b1600? was it plugged in or running on battery?


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Aug 04, 2011 16:44 |  #6101

bedojo wrote in post #12877847 (external link)
i like it pham :D (phew world war 3 didn't start)
john what one is fitted into the cupboard? that a e640/b1600? was it plugged in or running on battery?

Well, it seems like the mods made the right call, everything is cool :D


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Aug 04, 2011 17:32 |  #6102

Chana wrote in post #12875704 (external link)
Pham do you remember the 'zoom' of the speed light behind by any chance?

i am sorry i don't remember the zoom settings. :(


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Aug 04, 2011 17:47 as a reply to  @ phamster's post |  #6103

I shot this with the little girl on a black stool.
One Alien Bee 1600 in a defused BD behind and over for hair light and another AB1600 front camera left in a 64" PLM defused as well.
Shot on black seamless paper then removed and put on a fantasy digital background.

This is the first time Ive tried something like this so any creative help is welcome.

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Aug 04, 2011 17:55 |  #6104

Lantz wrote in post #12878607 (external link)
I shot this with the little girl on a black stool.
One Alien Bee 1600 in a defused BD behind and over for hair light and another AB1600 front camera left in a 64" PLM defused as well.
Shot on black seamless paper then removed and put on a fantasy digital background.

This is the first time Ive tried something like this so any creative help is welcome.

I couldn't do any better, so take this only as a comment from an "observer" - but the background doesn't seem to fit with the foreground elements. Maybe, it seems a bit too OOF.

But great job on the removal. That part looks really good and the lighting looks good too!


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Aug 04, 2011 18:04 as a reply to  @ kfyount's post |  #6105

Yeah I agree, I think the key would have been to have had the background first then set the lighting to it but this was an after thought...
Thanks for the comments!

Same lighting and little girl here.

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