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Sep 08, 2012 14:47 |  #1

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Two Yn460ii's one right of ramp, one left of ramp.

Would like your thoughts on it :)

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Sep 08, 2012 15:17 |  #2

Tripod legs.

Other than that, it's a good exposure. Try for some different angles though as this one looks plain/overdone.


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Sep 08, 2012 15:37 |  #3

Yeah I agree about the tripod legs. But what do you mean plain/overdone?


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Sep 08, 2012 15:46 |  #4

BlakeinatorMate wrote in post #14964683 (external link)
Yeah I agree about the tripod legs. But what do you mean plain/overdone?

I mean that it's a common angle to shoot from. Not that there's anything wrong with that.


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Sep 09, 2012 13:26 |  #5

That fat shadow of your lightstand is obnoxious.


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