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Nov 07, 2015 03:02 |  #9226

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This is killer lighting and pose with or without the color.


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Nov 07, 2015 03:09 |  #9227

idsurfer wrote in post #17774896 (external link)
Secondly, could you please take a moment to elaborate on the what the protocol is for "quoting properly".

I like to know also what post is being responded to, same with e mail. Hitting "quote" not "reply" gets us there.


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Nov 07, 2015 06:37 |  #9228

windpig wrote in post #17775078 (external link)
I like to know also what post is being responded to, same with e mail. Hitting "quote" not "reply" gets us there.

I very much agree. Too often I see a response, or even a string of responses from someone and have not a clue what they are responding to.


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Nov 11, 2015 00:41 |  #9229

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*eye twitch*
PLEASE don't set your c-stand like that, it will loosen on itself and drop whatever is on the arm.


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Nov 11, 2015 09:17 |  #9230

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where did you buy this and what are they called?

Phil, it isn't my post, but if you're asking about the bungee, just search "flat bungee" on Amazon and you will find a lot of options. Just one example:
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Nov 11, 2015 09:33 |  #9231

steelbluesleepr wrote in post #17779507 (external link)
*eye twitch*
PLEASE don't set your c-stand like that, it will loosen on itself and drop whatever is on the arm.

sooo you mean the weight pulling down and thus pulling the arm tightener counter clockwise? I can get behind that


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Nov 11, 2015 09:38 |  #9232

DThriller wrote in post #17779840 (external link)
sooo you mean the weight pulling down and thus pulling the arm tightener counter clockwise? I can get behind that

So that it can only tighten. This guy mentions it as well - https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=u00Hxe4gK9s (external link)


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Nov 11, 2015 09:43 as a reply to  @ DThriller's post |  #9233

He's correct. It's part of the 'righty tighty lefty loosy' rule.
For Grip arms, one way to remember it is to think of your body as the stand, your shoulder as the Grip - then always set-up with your right arm as the load bearing extension of the Grip-arm - IYSWIM!




  
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Nov 11, 2015 09:57 |  #9234

Thanks thats a smart rule


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Nov 12, 2015 15:43 |  #9235

My wife needed a quick headshot for work:


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Nov 12, 2015 17:06 |  #9236

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My wife needed a quick headshot for work:


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Weren't you tempted to put some little wooden figures climbing out of her ears or something?


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Nov 12, 2015 17:18 as a reply to  @ post 17766385 |  #9237

Nice shot. I would've gone with a higher shutter to bring some of the background in. Clearly HSS.


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Nov 12, 2015 17:19 as a reply to  @ post 17766566 |  #9238

Creative in concept and explanation.


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Nov 12, 2015 17:59 |  #9239

This is my typical 3 and 4 light setup. Not bad for 7' ceilings.


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Nov 12, 2015 19:16 |  #9240

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This is my typical 3 and 4 light setup. Not bad for 7' ceilings.


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