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May 09, 2014 01:03 |  #1

Just having some fun with my newly acquired Tammy 70-200. From looking at the shots, I know my composition needs lots of work. I was side tracked by the slightly dull weather and trying to make the most of it. Please let me know what you think.

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May 12, 2014 10:51 |  #3

watch you wb looks a little ok alot orange/yellow


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May 12, 2014 12:43 |  #4

Pixil Studio wrote in post #16899065 (external link)
watch you wb looks a little ok alot orange/yellow

You are correct. The day was extremely dark and gloomy. It was about to rain, but this was the only time we could get this shoot in. Wind, cold, dark clouds and no sun peaking through made it difficult to get attractive lighting. I had 1 strobe with a CTO gel behind them trying to simulate the sun set, and a pair on a one mount in front off them off the camera (overkill). Still, in post I had to raise the orange and yellow levels to give it a warmer feel, possibly too much.

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May 12, 2014 14:15 |  #5

AZFiLM wrote in post #16899285 (external link)
You are correct. The day was extremely dark and gloomy. It was about to rain, but this was the only time we could get this shoot in. Wind, cold, dark clouds and no sun peaking through made it difficult to get attractive lighting. I had 1 strobe with a CTO gel behind them trying to simulate the sun set, and a pair on a one mount in front off them off the camera (overkill). Still, in post I had to raise the orange and yellow levels to give it a warmer feel, possibly too much.

Thank you for your comment! I appreciate the feedback

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Funny cloudy and overcast is the exact the conditions i hope for.
you should be able to fix the WB in camera set to cloud or warm temp in post quite easily


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May 12, 2014 15:03 |  #6

Holy white balance shift! Way too warm IMHO.


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May 13, 2014 13:36 |  #7

rivas8409 wrote in post #16899583 (external link)
Holy white balance shift! Way too warm IMHO.

Lol thanks rivas8409. I'll tone it down in the future. I appreciate ur comment!




  
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May 16, 2014 20:23 |  #8

Nice but you could kind of cut back on the sharpness


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