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Nov 24, 2013 16:19 as a reply to  @ post 16476877 |  #8401

First try at panorama. Larger size in Flickr.

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Technically very nice like the colours overall nice interest to the left and the birds add interest to the right cant fault the exposure, so you have nailed the panorama just think a more attractive or interesting skyline would have lifted it to something special. The buildings are boring, not your fault. 8/10

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Nov 24, 2013 21:43 as a reply to  @ kingsman64's post |  #8402

I really like this image, am I correct in assuming you light painted the building in the foreground? BTW, if the quote in your signature is true, I've got about 9000 more to go!

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Nov 25, 2013 15:25 |  #8403

Kelvin373 wrote in post #16477650 (external link)
I really like this image, am I correct in assuming you light painted the building in the foreground? BTW, if the quote in your signature is true, I've got about 9000 more to go!
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Cheers Sean the dock buildings are a lovely warm sandstone and are floodlit at night so nothing to do but tripod point shoot! Also that is a straight HCB quote from the man himself, guess we all have a way to go before we get near some of his iconic images!


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Nov 25, 2013 16:13 |  #8404

Kelvin373 wrote in post #16477650 (external link)
I really like this image, am I correct in assuming you light painted the building in the foreground? BTW, if the quote in your signature is true, I've got about 9000 more to go!

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Think it would have been better if you could have seen more of its face, you possibly missed the focus a little as well. Doesn't really do anything for me I'm afraid - 3/10

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Nov 28, 2013 06:10 |  #8405

Lovely portrait IMO 9 / 10 , any in portrait mode ?


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Nov 28, 2013 17:53 |  #8406

8/10 Nice portrait, I's just do a bit less contrast on the skin.

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Nov 28, 2013 19:44 |  #8407

For a posed group photo it's quite interesting! Background works well for what it is, but doesn't do a great deal for me I'm afraid... 6/10

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Nov 29, 2013 18:17 |  #8408

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8/10 Nice portrait, I's just do a bit less contrast on the skin.

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I'm pretty sure the poster below yours wasn't referring to your picture. (posed group photo..?)

This picture is exquisite and I can easily see it in a Honda dealership pamphlet. Love the lighting, processing, location. I'm guessing you have a 2-3 light set-up and would love to know the details/light modifiers/etc.

9/10 because the side windows are a little foggy/dirty? I think lowering the highlights of the headlights might give it a little more detail also.

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I was surprised looking back and realizing I had taken this with my old D80 and 50mm lens. Not sure if my d600 could have captured this better.

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Nov 30, 2013 00:26 |  #8409

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I'm pretty sure the poster below yours wasn't referring to your picture. (posed group photo..?)

This picture is exquisite and I can easily see it in a Honda dealership pamphlet. Love the lighting, processing, location. I'm guessing you have a 2-3 light set-up and would love to know the details/light modifiers/etc.

9/10 because the side windows are a little foggy/dirty? I think lowering the highlights of the headlights might give it a little more detail also.

Thanks. Yea, I need to clean the car, its been two months without a wash. lol

For this shot I used two 430EXII's as the back light for the tires. I think @ 1/4 or 1/2 power. I then took multiple shots with an Einstein w/beauty dish (need some other modifiers) aimed at the ceiling around the car to highlight the different sections properly @ I think 120 watts. (see here (external link)) Then when home combined the images together with layer masks to get the final result. I tried doing a single image, with the flashes at each corner but it came out like dookie. (see here (external link))


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Nov 30, 2013 01:21 |  #8410

ahah, for sure your end result looks much better than your single image shot :D thanks for the info


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Dec 01, 2013 10:05 as a reply to  @ hyogen's post |  #8411

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8/10 I feel like the colors could possibly pop a little bit more.
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Dec 01, 2013 13:48 as a reply to  @ SamTheMadMan's post |  #8412

^ Really like how this shot came out. Covered the city nicely with that pano and the boats in the foreground add some movement to the scene. That said, the large boat on the right is a little distracting, and I do like the processing on this, but I know some don't like the "pseudo HDR" processing, if thats what you were going for. Great job, keep it up! 8/10

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Dec 01, 2013 14:37 as a reply to  @ mike325's post |  #8413

I really like this image the fact that it really shows a classic piece of architecture almost marooned in the centre of the hustle and bustle of the "Modern City" if I was being hyper critical the woman with the white cup to the right is a distraction and I would have preferred to see all of the cyclist, maybe a bit further into the frame? Still love it 9/10

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Dec 01, 2013 19:37 as a reply to  @ kingsman64's post |  #8414

It's not a bad shot by any means, but not my style so much. I like the reflection and your framing is spot on. The post processing kinda makes it seem like it could be a cover for a horror movie haha.

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Dec 01, 2013 19:42 |  #8415

tdeef wrote in post #16493843 (external link)
It's not a bad shot by any means, but not my style so much. I like the reflection and your framing is spot on. The post processing kinda makes it seem like it could be a cover for a horror movie haha.

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Great shot. It really tells a story of this lady at the market. Great colors -- only nitpicks is the light falloff on the left side of the frame, which I know is not under your control, and the orange wall on the right. (9/10)

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