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Aug 08, 2011 21:48 |  #1606

Why the tilt-shift lens? Just curious.




  
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Aug 08, 2011 21:53 as a reply to  @ StayLucky's post |  #1607

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^^ Wow, nice addition! Great work :)

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@ srika Beautiful image. Can you tell more about the in camera set up please. Is this a bracketed shot?

thanks and thanks, yes it is 8 shots HDR, done manually. its a full manual lens, set to around f/11 and infinity focus.

I didn't know you could do macro work with a T/S lens.


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Aug 08, 2011 21:58 |  #1608
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srika wrote in post #12900781 (external link)
thanks and thanks, yes it is 8 shots HDR, done manually. its a full manual lens, set to around f/11 and infinity focus.

I didn't know you could do macro work with a T/S lens.

What software do you use to blend?


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Aug 08, 2011 22:01 |  #1609

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What software do you use to blend?

Photomatix Pro 4.0 in Fusion mode - this mode eliminates any movement in the sky - if I do it in tonemapping mode, the sky would be blurred since the longest exposure is 30sec - that is a different look but I wanted the sky still


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srika wrote in post #12900847 (external link)
Photomatix Pro 4.0 in Fusion mode - this mode eliminates any movement in the sky - if I do it in tonemapping mode, the sky would be blurred since the longest exposure is 30sec - that is a different look but I wanted the sky still

Thanks, I need to mess around with that more. I've been getting less than desirable results.


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Aug 08, 2011 22:20 |  #1611

StayLucky wrote in post #12900741 (external link)
Why the tilt-shift lens? Just curious.

To get the plane of focus in line with the bracelet so it's all in focus, saves stopping down to a ridiculous aperture.


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Aug 08, 2011 22:42 |  #1612

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Aug 08, 2011 22:45 |  #1613

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Aug 08, 2011 23:13 as a reply to  @ vegasboy's post |  #1614

Ok...this is my first posting to this thread, my second posting will have more of a setup shot, but this might be acceptable, if not I will delete it. All images are straight out of camera. I shot a Bridal session this evening and thought I could share since I found this thread today!

For this shot I exposed for the ambient light and then underexposed it slightly. I I then had my assistant holding a 580EXII bare, no modifiers, attached to my RadioPopper system. With the flash on +2 power , just out of frame to camera left, I let the ETTL do its thing. This is the results.

IMAGE: http://i55.tinypic.com/2z4mx5f.jpg

Here I took a shot using all natural light, but felt it needed more of a punch. So I cranked up my shutter speed to darken the sky and once again let the bare flash and RadioPopper do its thing. Camera on Manual, flash on ETTL. 580EXII Camera right and as high as my short assistant could reach. Here are the results
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Aug 08, 2011 23:43 |  #1615

Awesome! :lol:


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Aug 08, 2011 23:46 |  #1616

StayLucky wrote in post #12900741 (external link)
Why the tilt-shift lens? Just curious.

The Ran wrote in post #12901007 (external link)
To get the plane of focus in line with the bracelet so it's all in focus, saves stopping down to a ridiculous aperture.

Yes, with a 100mm f/2.8L IS macro at f/32 I could not get the bracelet full frame in focus. With the TS-E at full tilt, selected for the height above the plane of the bracelet, it was all just naturally in focus.


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Aug 09, 2011 00:53 |  #1617

DwightMcCann wrote in post #12901608 (external link)
Yes, with a 100mm f/2.8L IS macro at f/32 I could not get the bracelet full frame in focus. With the TS-E at full tilt, selected for the height above the plane of the bracelet, it was all just naturally in focus.

Hey Dwight, a few hours late, but that blog post about your New Year's Eve setup was very cool! Good info for those wanting to jump into OCF!


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Aug 09, 2011 01:05 |  #1618

yes, very cool


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Aug 09, 2011 01:14 |  #1619

tonylong wrote in post #12901887 (external link)
Hey Dwight, a few hours late, but that blog post about your New Year's Eve setup was very cool! Good info for those wanting to jump into OCF!

Thanks for bringing that up Tony. Nice post Dwight!


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Aug 09, 2011 07:22 |  #1620
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jmalonear wrote in post #12901458 (external link)
Ok...this is my first posting to this thread, my second posting will have more of a setup shot, but this might be acceptable, if not I will delete it. All images are straight out of camera. I shot a Bridal session this evening and thought I could share since I found this thread today!

For this shot I exposed for the ambient light and then underexposed it slightly. I I then had my assistant holding a 580EXII bare, no modifiers, attached to my RadioPopper system. With the flash on +2 power , just out of frame to camera left, I let the ETTL do its thing. This is the results.
QUOTED IMAGE

Here I took a shot using all natural light, but felt it needed more of a punch. So I cranked up my shutter speed to darken the sky and once again let the bare flash and RadioPopper do its thing. Camera on Manual, flash on ETTL. 580EXII Camera right and as high as my short assistant could reach. Here are the results
QUOTED IMAGE

That first picture is messing with me. She's standing straight, the trees are straight for the most part but the ground is sloping and so is the house. Do tell!


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