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Sep 30, 2013 11:43 |  #5101

Vinz those maternity shots... AMAZING. Clarity, color, contrast, composition all very well done.


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Sep 30, 2013 13:11 |  #5102

Thank you much buddy.


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Sep 30, 2013 13:21 |  #5103

Looks like Stevey(the pet), is the only one paying attention to me.

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hahaha i directed the pose actually, just got lucky the dog was curious of what i was doing.

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Sep 30, 2013 15:23 |  #5104

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Yeah, satisfied that I finished before the course was closed. ;) In March I couldn't get off the couch without assistance because of a bad back. I started seeing a chiropractor and he told me is was "frozen" with scar tissue and I had to work to break it up. So I am really excited to have accomplished this goal. It was faster than my practice run but I am sure it would have been even better if I hadn't just gotten over a cold.

Glad to hear that! It always brings a smile to my face hearing stories like yours, running a half marathon is an accomplishment in of itself, let alone overcoming a physical condition to do so. I personally can lift big but have difficulty keeping pace after about 1/2 mile or so, and that's healthy.


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Sep 30, 2013 16:28 |  #5105

Another one from the series.

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Sep 30, 2013 19:32 |  #5106

A little shoot from me with my friend and his wife to be. Let me know what you think so the next time we go out I can do them justice. I know this is nothing to VInz or some of you portrait guys, so be easy on me. Shot with 430 EXII and 24-105. She really likes a few from this set and said some are going on their invites. These are a few of my favs. Some of these may seem like they're tacky, but it really does capture both of their personalities. He's 6'4 and pushing 300, but he's just a big kid and she just goes with it.

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Sep 30, 2013 20:01 |  #5107

Hi,

I saw you have the 70-200 in your sig. That would have given you better bokeh if you only have a space to backup.

All my maternity shots were done with my 70-200 NON IS except for the bamboo shots because i have no space to backup and i want to include a little more of the bamboo trees. i used my 50mm on those.

If you also have a space to keep your subject away from the background, that would give you better bokeh too.

With the 24-105 you can also make a fantastic bokeh if you zoom all the way and be as close as possible to the subject but have them away from the background.

one last thing is if you can do off camera flash, it helps a lot.

for shots 1 and 4, if you can have there heads touching each other, may give an impression that they really are close and loving each other.

just my 4cents.


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Sep 30, 2013 20:11 |  #5108

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Hi,

I saw you have the 70-200 in your sig. That would have given you better bokeh if you only have a space to backup.

All my maternity shots were done with my 70-200 NON IS except for the bamboo shots because i have no space to backup and i want to include a little more of the bamboo trees. i used my 50mm on those.

If you also have a space to keep your subject away from the background, that would give you better bokeh too.

With the 24-105 you can also make a fantastic bokeh if you zoom all the way and be as close as possible to the subject but have them away from the background.

one last thing is if you can do off camera flash, it helps a lot.

for shots 1 and 4, if you can have there heads touching each other, may give an impression that they really are close and loving each other.

just my 4cents.

Thanks Vinz! I had my 200, but kept having to back up and no room since we were on a small trail with trees and branches in the way.


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Sep 30, 2013 20:20 |  #5109

ic.. sometimes environment prevents us to do what we have in mind.


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Sep 30, 2013 21:09 |  #5110

I think they are great - especially 1,3, & 4 ...love the flower presentation :lol:

for what its worth, I greened the greens, usually a nice touch with nature environments but it needs to look natural, not sure of my quick attempt did it but the idea is there

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Sep 30, 2013 21:29 |  #5111

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I think they are great - especially 1,3, & 4 ...love the flower presentation :lol:

for what its worth, I greened the greens, usually a nice touch with nature environments but it needs to look natural, not sure of my quick attempt did it but the idea is there

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Thanks! I actually went back in and brightened up the greens a bit on the flower pics, but just a bit. I liked what you had to show there just a little more than I like, but then again maybe it's my monitor.


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Sep 30, 2013 22:30 |  #5112

Dr.D wrote in post #16337083 (external link)
Thanks! I actually went back in and brightened up the greens a bit on the flower pics, but just a bit. I liked what you had to show there just a little more than I like, but then again maybe it's my monitor.

I think the 24-105L can still be your good friend on those shoots if you can find a background back far enough from your subjects to bokehize it. What a couple of fun folks you have there ~


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Sep 30, 2013 22:58 |  #5113

Guys,

Anyone knows a site where we can order metallic prints that has no monthly fees? Just recently print some from a friends smugsmug account but my friend set the prices and of course he has overprice.

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Sep 30, 2013 23:13 as a reply to  @ vinmunoz's post |  #5114

like these here?

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Sep 30, 2013 23:57 |  #5115

Here's a bit of what I did this weekend.


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