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Aug 13, 2015 09:10 as a reply to  @ post 17667231 |  #7351

Thanks, my biggest weakness seems to be composition...just gotta keep working on that...


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Aug 13, 2015 12:47 |  #7352


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Aug 13, 2015 12:52 |  #7353

Very nice work, especially the twilight shot. I see some ghosting. I thought you were a flasher :)


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Aug 14, 2015 05:49 as a reply to  @ cccc's post |  #7354

the slight movement in the image with the people works well. The guy on the left seems off in WB for the rest of the scene.

The movement of the door in the building facade image, that doesn't work for me, at first I thought it was some sort of stitch or cloning mistake, then I realized it was supposed to be movement in the door...but with no person there it just seems out of place and distracting.


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Aug 14, 2015 05:53 as a reply to  @ TRhoads's post |  #7355

I appreciate those critics, I have been struggling with the WB of the man on the left, looks like I need to get back to work on that...

As for the door, I agree a person in the image might help the scene. Thanks for the advice




  
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Aug 14, 2015 12:53 |  #7356

A couple pictures of a bathroom from yesterday. There was so much clutter everywhere the realtor thankfully helped out and move all of it.


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Aug 14, 2015 14:56 |  #7357

I would go back and remove the camera from the mirror.


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Aug 14, 2015 15:43 |  #7358

njstacker22 wrote in post #17668867 (external link)
I would go back and remove the camera from the mirror.

And the smudging. Should be a quick fix because you have plenty of vertical area above and below the camera. It will be an easy cloning job!


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Aug 14, 2015 16:03 |  #7359

njstacker22 wrote in post #17668867 (external link)
I would go back and remove the camera from the mirror.

Haha, I only use lightroom so I just use the clone/heal tool. It never comes out right.


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Aug 15, 2015 11:31 |  #7360

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Haha, I only use lightroom so I just use the clone/heal tool. It never comes out right.

with the photography deal Adobe has, I don't see how anyone working in photography doesn't have both...situations just like that are good reasons why you can't work in just one program.


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Aug 15, 2015 11:53 |  #7361

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with the photography deal Adobe has, I don't see how anyone working in photography doesn't have both...situations just like that are good reasons why you can't work in just one program.

I do have photoshop with the subscription, but never used it. Seems like it would be an entire new beast to learn how to use. I think I just need to find a technique with the spot removal tool (clone/heal) that does a better job. I've seen some people remove objects pretty well, but I can't figure it out.


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Aug 15, 2015 11:58 |  #7362

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I do have photoshop with the subscription, but never used it. Seems like it would be an entire new beast to learn how to use. I think I just need to find a technique with the spot removal tool (clone/heal) that does a better job. I've seen some people remove objects pretty well, but I can't figure it out.

Read some. Watch some tutorials. And practice. Those days you don't have enough work are practice days. Practice lighting, blending, and PS. You'll get it. Just work at it.


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Aug 16, 2015 18:36 |  #7363

EF + 2 Flashes

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Aug 17, 2015 09:48 |  #7364

Here are a couple of detail shots from last week. Not much by themselves but still a lot of fun. Enjoy. Comments always welcomed and appreciated.


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Aug 17, 2015 16:37 |  #7365

Are you guys using a diffuser on your flashes or not? I'm just using the flip-out plastic diffuser that's built into my flash and then bouncing off the ceiling at around a 60 degree angle. I'm thinking about picking up a Sto-fen to fit on the flash and use it full time. I used to use the Gary Fong Lightsphere full time and liked the results, but haven't used for a while.
Think the Stofen will diffuse the light enough to soften the shadows inside and still provide good bounced lighting?

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