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Feb 21, 2014 08:21 |  #7591

QUIT! QUIT! I'm getting a headache...:)


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Feb 23, 2014 05:06 |  #7592

waterrockets wrote in post #16704514 (external link)
In a previous phase of my career, I was an AI, physics, and weapons programmer for this game :)

(start at :28)
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Feb 23, 2014 19:53 as a reply to  @ xpfloyd's post |  #7593

A quick photo session of some gems and rock collection I made a few years ago as a kid. Probably the setup needs a bit improvement, but just probably :lol: Done worse when I had my carnivorous plants in shape (back in the days with Canon Powershot S5 and SX10), holding a fluorescent light above them or manually shooting an old external flash for example:lol:

Brief explanation... Canon 60D + 55-250mm + Raynox DCR-250. Tripod bag on the right for dark background, and to the right the window that provided (natural) lighting.

IMAGE: http://i.imgur.com/rRrweBI.jpg

The result (to match the photo seen in the lcd display), an amethyst cristal
IMAGE: http://i.imgur.com/sTznO5X.jpg

I have a few ridiculous ideas for setups, I'll have to test them when possible :cool:

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Feb 23, 2014 20:35 |  #7594

HA! that's a good one.....cannot argue with the result tho. Nice image.




  
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Feb 24, 2014 11:47 as a reply to  @ juscuz's post |  #7595

Setup

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Result (Great Horned Owls)

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Feb 24, 2014 12:53 |  #7596

I_Pereira wrote in post #16712084 (external link)
A quick photo session of some gems and rock collection I made a few years ago as a kid. Probably the setup needs a bit improvement, but just probably :lol: Done worse when I had my carnivorous plants in shape (back in the days with Canon Powershot S5 and SX10), holding a fluorescent light above them or manually shooting an old external flash for example:lol:

Brief explanation... Canon 60D + 55-250mm + Raynox DCR-250. Tripod bag on the right for dark background, and to the right the window that provided (natural) lighting.
QUOTED IMAGE

The result (to match the photo seen in the lcd display), an amethyst cristal
QUOTED IMAGE

I have a few ridiculous ideas for setups, I'll have to test them when possible :cool:

nice


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Feb 24, 2014 15:26 |  #7597

Thomas nice owl pic's.


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Feb 26, 2014 00:20 |  #7598

Tc202 wrote in post #16713583 (external link)
Setup
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I've always wondered: when shooting in daylight, with such a big zoom (meaning the subject is far away), does the flash make any difference at all?


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Feb 26, 2014 01:47 |  #7599

cedm wrote in post #16718155 (external link)
I've always wondered: when shooting in daylight, with such a big zoom (meaning the subject is far away), does the flash make any difference at all?

http://www.naturescape​s.net …r-beamer-flash-extenders/ (external link)

The unit attached to the flash is called a Better Beamer - essentially a flash extender and recommended on lenses exceding 300mm.


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Feb 26, 2014 13:15 as a reply to  @ BigLobowski's post |  #7600

Set up...way up

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Poor shot but it was a timelapse item for work

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Feb 26, 2014 13:46 as a reply to  @ eriet30's post |  #7601

Where is that?




  
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Feb 26, 2014 13:55 |  #7602

Corporate head shots in a conference room.

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Feb 26, 2014 15:00 |  #7603

nice. thanks for showing us the setup.


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Feb 26, 2014 15:55 |  #7604

Kaoma wrote in post #16719649 (external link)
Where is that?

Surprise AZ across town from you


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Feb 26, 2014 15:58 |  #7605

cedm wrote in post #16718155 (external link)
I've always wondered: when shooting in daylight, with such a big zoom (meaning the subject is far away), does the flash make any difference at all?

The flash can make a great difference. It was a cloudy day so I used the flash to fill in some shadows on the babies.


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