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Jan 30, 2014 02:10 |  #16

Nice work! Keep it up!


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Jan 30, 2014 11:44 |  #17

Love them BOTH.
Question though - do you mind sharing the technique here? I'm sure OCF but did you use a modifier and if so what kind? And what is your burning techniques for these?




  
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Feb 01, 2014 07:49 |  #18

I didn't use a modifier...all bare.... as far as burning...I just enhanced what was already dark and lightened what was light...I used a little vignette to keep the focus tight on her, and dodged the center of her face a tiny bit...


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Feb 01, 2014 12:45 |  #19

I think the tone on the second one is spot on. Any more would've been too much. Me personally I like warmer images because I believe its more inviting to the eye, and mimics more of a natural tone that we see to the human eye. I as well LOVE working with LEDs. I use LED's more than I use flash at this point now. I purchased the fotodiox temp controlled 360 led light panel kit for $150 online and I also have that Neewer LED panel for $30 on amazon, as well as an led light comparable to an ICE light and Lowel GL-1.


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Feb 01, 2014 14:23 |  #20

yeah…LED's will work for me at weddings I think because they are easy. Flash will be for studio and outdoors….so the LED's do play an IMPORTANT role for me now.


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Feb 01, 2014 14:25 |  #21

Yes a lot more time efficient and you have real time control and visualization. Flash by the time you set up and adjust a few critical minutes have gone by. Led is seconds of work then on to the next one.


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Feb 01, 2014 14:26 |  #22

agreed


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