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Oct 13, 2015 14:40 |  #7486

njstacker22 wrote in post #17743982 (external link)
what was the setup?

EF with flash....6D with 16-35 f4L IS


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Oct 13, 2015 19:42 as a reply to  @ fordbjr's post |  #7487

Do the strobes fire on every exposure when you EF with flash?


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Oct 13, 2015 19:48 |  #7488

njstacker22 wrote in post #17743646 (external link)
In that situation I would use the sponge tool > desaturate > 10% flow and sponge the green out. That's not a perfect fix but in many cases it's a quick one and works well.

That's a nice trick, thanks for the tips. Here's a couple from today Both are 1 exposure and edited in LR


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Oct 13, 2015 20:28 |  #7489

UmphreyBogart wrote in post #17744475 (external link)
Do the strobes fire on every exposure when you EF with flash?

I only take one then create 2 more in Camera RAW editor in PS and then enfuse those 3 exposures.


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Oct 14, 2015 21:36 |  #7490

Couple more. These are HDR merged in LR


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Oct 15, 2015 09:29 as a reply to  @ tytlyf's post |  #7491

Nicely done


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Oct 15, 2015 13:25 |  #7492

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Oct 15, 2015 20:03 |  #7493

EF with multiple flashes

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Oct 15, 2015 22:18 |  #7494

Traveling through southern Colorado I found this beautiful church in San Luis. I only had one lens (24-105) and no tripod with me (I left them in the car). The interior shot is a tribute to Canon for the IS in the 24-105 and the remarkable hi ISO performance of the 7DII. I made it hand held at 1/40th - f8.


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Oct 15, 2015 22:21 |  #7495

Two more from San Luis. Another exterior and a remarkable representation of the resurrection. I really like the way the clouds echo the upward motion of the statue.


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Oct 21, 2015 06:47 |  #7496

2 strobes EF

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Oct 21, 2015 19:48 |  #7497

Here are a few from some recent listings. CC welcomed!

Disclaimer: I know some of the colors may be a bit off. I just got a new monitor and it's not calibrated yet :rolleyes:

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Oct 22, 2015 21:10 |  #7498

My main focus is portrait work, but I did take on a small loft apartment shoot for a client yesterday who's looking for a tenant. My widest lens is my 24-70, so if I end up doing more of this I will need to get something wider. I was also using mostly available light even though I had brought lights. (They just didn't seem to be helping with all the available natural light.) I know I should have been stopped down more than I was.


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Oct 23, 2015 06:02 as a reply to  @ ChrisNL's post |  #7499

You need to go in and fix your verticals. Look at the images above yours, and you see the difference when they are straight, v's converging as yours are doing


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Oct 23, 2015 11:05 as a reply to  @ digirebelva's post |  #7500

If you're referring to the wall lines, they are actually correct. In the second shot the walls are on a slant due to the outside structure of the building. It's a loft apartment. Is this what you mean? Apologies in advance if you're talking about something else, and thanks for the heads-up regardless.


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