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Dec 05, 2014 10:19 |  #16

I wish I lived in a place that had such beautiful scenery. I'm jealous!




  
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Dec 05, 2014 10:55 |  #17

Love these not only are the colors great it looks like everyone was having a great time




  
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Dec 05, 2014 11:44 |  #18

excellent use of the 200mm ... beautiful colors and location.. wonderful family


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Dec 05, 2014 13:02 |  #19

WOW! Lovely shots! Would make great Christmas cards to share with the whole family.
Great work.

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Dec 05, 2014 16:15 |  #20

Thanks for sharing. Your work always catches my eye and is consistently excellent.




  
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Dec 05, 2014 16:15 as a reply to  @ post 17312454 |  #21

Some of the faces are brought up in exposure. I am just trying to figure how much if any. Thanks.


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Dec 05, 2014 16:21 |  #22

Aressem wrote in post #17313433 (external link)
May I ask how you ensure that the colours remain so accurate in every photo? I am colorblind and struggle when PP raw images. I always try to take the WB eye dropper tool and click on white areas in the image but results constantly vary and I usually need my wife to lend her eyes to make sure skin tones aren't redish, blueish....etc. I own the Expodisc 2.0 but perhaps I'm doing something wrong because it doesn't yield the most consistent results. I recently purchased the colorchecker passport, hoping this would be the answer, and it very well may be, I just need to figure it out. Perhaps others can shed some light on this topic as well.

Any help greatly appreciated!

I don't rely on the dropper that much except when shooting indoors. I shoot in Kelvin almost all the time. Sometimes I warm up the photo more and isolate my subject so they don't come out looking like characters from Jersey Shore. It's hard to explain in writing but alot of it is eye balling for me. I too have an expodisc but never use, once u have an understanding of Kelvin, u can change settings merely by adding and subtracting from your established baseline.


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Dec 05, 2014 16:22 |  #23

freestylee30 wrote in post #17313566 (external link)
Amazing shots, all of them! I love the colors!

Are some of these considered bokeh-panoramas? The 3d-ish look to many of them is crazy (in a good/interesting way).

Thank you for sharing!

(edit) ok, I just looked at your Flickr... I love your shots of the teal shirt photographer!!! Your other stuff is pretty good too ;-)a

I guess u can say they are bokeh panoramas, but they are not composites. Each image is one shot only. Thank you so much!


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Dec 07, 2014 19:50 |  #24

SubliM3 wrote in post #17314526 (external link)
I don't rely on the dropper that much except when shooting indoors. I shoot in Kelvin almost all the time. Sometimes I warm up the photo more and isolate my subject so they don't come out looking like characters from Jersey Shore. It's hard to explain in writing but alot of it is eye balling for me. I too have an expodisc but never use, once u have an understanding of Kelvin, u can change settings merely by adding and subtracting from your established baseline.

Interesting. Would you mind elaborating?


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Dec 07, 2014 21:07 |  #25

Great photos! Very well done!


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Dec 08, 2014 17:59 |  #26

Lovely family Makes your job as photographer much easier. Great Family pictures. Be Proud of both.




  
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Dec 08, 2014 18:58 |  #27

Nicest photo's I've seen here, stunning colors/ Bokeh but not overprossesed like some. Great job!!


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Dec 09, 2014 10:11 |  #28

great color


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Dec 09, 2014 15:33 |  #29

Awesome shots! Love the colors, the poses and the way your family participate to this.
Great work! :)



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Dec 11, 2014 08:33 as a reply to  @ blackjack999's post |  #30

Thanks guys, I appreciate all of your comments.:)


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