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Mar 03, 2014 19:00 |  #8836

Dr.D wrote in post #16732218 (external link)
Thanks for the comments guys and gals! Who in this group was doing the cool water drop pics?

I've done thembefore but my results were mediocre at best.


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Mar 03, 2014 21:32 |  #8837

Curious, how do you all store your gear when not in use?


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Mar 03, 2014 23:42 |  #8838

mine just sits in my camera bag. but I am pretty sure I am not a good example of a person that takes good care of there stuff


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Mar 03, 2014 23:53 |  #8839

Dr.D wrote in post #16732218 (external link)
Thanks for the comments guys and gals! Who in this group was doing the cool water drop pics?

Some examples:

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Mar 04, 2014 07:18 |  #8840

CJCMarquez wrote in post #16732741 (external link)
Curious, how do you all store your gear when not in use?

In a Pelican case with dividers and previously in a large backpack before I outgrew it.


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Mar 04, 2014 08:03 |  #8841

CJ, you can send your Sigma 70-200 to me so you don't have to worry about storage. I can use it frequently if you want. lol :)

i'm sure your 35/85 combo is making that lens jealous if i'm not wrong.


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Mar 04, 2014 08:31 |  #8842

try to get close to Meg Bitton PP style. her webinar workshop is very expensive.

too far.

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Mar 04, 2014 08:44 |  #8843

Hey Vinz,

Bit of a critique on a great image. My computer shows it being a bit too magenta toned. I also don't like actual kisses. Capturing just before the kiss or showing of the 2 puckered lips rather than 2 faces pressed together.

I will have to look up Meg Bitton though. Never heard of her.

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Mar 04, 2014 09:08 |  #8844

vinmunoz wrote in post #16733400 (external link)
CJ, you can send your Sigma 70-200 to me so you don't have to worry about storage. I can use it frequently if you want. lol :)

i'm sure your 35/85 combo is making that lens jealous if i'm not wrong.

Lol. Nice try. I'm having no problem with storage. Just curious to see how everyone else does theit stuff.

If I were to get rid of it, Russ already had first chance to get it back.


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Mar 04, 2014 09:08 |  #8845

Thanks for the CC Corey. it's a split tone of cream and purple that's how it gives a magenta look maybe. hmmmm more practice. thanks again. not giving me much magenta on my screen though. more of red to me but yah a little magenta hue.

And thank you for the kiss tips. that's not a stage kiss though. actual kiss on the wedding ceremony. they wen't so fast that i miss the before touching thing.

Meg Bittons PP style is amazing. soft but sharp with a great skin tone.
this is her FB page. i'm one of her follower. her workshop is like $$550.

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Mar 04, 2014 09:43 |  #8846

CJCMarquez wrote in post #16732929 (external link)
Some examples:

Thanks for the great shots, but I was talking about the water droplets on glass with all the reflections in them.


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Mar 04, 2014 09:57 |  #8847

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Buy it Vinz :) if I was in the US I would have bees trouble is they are dam expensive in uk.
I'm at photo show and now want the new hasselblad and a set of broncolor lights, think I need to sell a child.....hahahA (only joking)

hehehe Liver? or Kidney? i mean you don't need both of each DO you? lol

the Blad is like crack but just you wait there will be a medium format DSLR sometime in the near future that won't freaking kill your wallet, account and fiscal life for the foreseeable future sometime soon i keep seeing glimmers of hope from places that one is coming (much like winter but i think winter will be here soon hehe).

and Vinz definitely Snag that AlienBee you won't bee sad!


here is one more from my outing to Pueblo the other day it was just a really awesome pattern that i saw and had to snap it. Please give me your thoughts and hell if you hate please tell me :).

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on this photo i am thinking i want to burn the edges some and use a white fade vignette. Anyone have any suggestions that might break it up and make it a little easier to look at or should i just scrap it and and maybe run with color?

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Mar 04, 2014 10:20 |  #8848

CJCMarquez wrote in post #16733526 (external link)
Lol. Nice try. I'm having no problem with storage. Just curious to see how everyone else does theit stuff.

If I were to get rid of it, Russ already had first chance to get it back.

Cheers and i will indubitably take you up on that offer if ever :)

i also just leave mine in my bag i am considering zipper lock bags but i am not sure if that will be useful or just a sense of false security.

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Thanks for the great shots, but I was talking about the water droplets on glass with all the reflections in them.

it was the other guy from your neck of the woods i cannot remember his name though :(


So today i am setting out to learn more about sharpening and how to use it properly with out over sharpening and the likes i use Sharpener pro 3.0 (oops wrong program not dfine 2.0) from NIK and thought this was worth sharing as this tutorial really runs through the use of the program and gives great info on the different types of sharpening and how to use them properly. Enjoy!

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check out the amazing bit on creative sharpening around with the woman and then the foggy hillside that is an amazing thing that really brings out the dramatic feeling in the scenes at 33 or 34 minutes in.


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Mar 04, 2014 10:59 |  #8849

Dr.D wrote in post #16733606 (external link)
Thanks for the great shots, but I was talking about the water droplets on glass with all the reflections in them.

Something like this? (My lame attempt at creativity from last year)

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Mar 04, 2014 11:12 |  #8850

NewCreation wrote in post #16733780 (external link)
Something like this? (My lame attempt at creativity from last year)

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Yes! What was the technique? Just glass and a dropper?


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