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Dec 06, 2015 12:58 |  #9346

Scatterbrained wrote in post #17809011 (external link)
The girls had their dance troupe photos this morning. For some reason neither of my girls would even look at the guys camera during the individual shots so my wife insisted I get some shots of them myself before they changed out of their outfits.

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Your pictures made me smile. I always love these wide-eyed young girls. It's as if they can't wait for life to begin (as it were, you know what I mean). :) They're both beautiful.


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Dec 06, 2015 14:38 as a reply to  @ post 17809011 |  #9347

What beautiful eyes, nice shot taking your own children is good and not so good, the second childs expression say it all
it's likely if they were posing for another shooter and they saw the expression a joke or comment designed to get a smile
would make a stunning shot.:-)


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Dec 06, 2015 20:50 |  #9348

ptcanon3ti wrote in post #17809112 (external link)
Love the butterfly lighting! What size was your modifier?

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The light is from a 61" Lastolite Mega Umbrella. The B1600 inside it is bare (no reflector mounted).


Alveric wrote in post #17809348 (external link)
Sorry, Scatterbrained, but this time your mastery of lighting was surpassed by the beauty of the subjects. :-) You must be a proud dad in very deed!

I see you ended up keeping that Sony camera after all?

Thank You! :-D
Yeah. I had rented one earlier and then decided to just go ahead and buy one. Part of what was holding me back was the inability to use an L bracket (of all things). I ended up getting a Wimberly Parallel plate to attach to the Metabones adapter, then I use a Kirk universal L bracket. Not a cheap solution, but it works well.


Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #17809350 (external link)
Your pictures made me smile. I always love these wide-eyed young girls. It's as if they can't wait for life to begin (as it were, you know what I mean). :) They're both beautiful.

Thank You! :-D
I try to remind them daily.;-)a

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What beautiful eyes, nice shot taking your own children is good and not so good, the second childs expression say it all
it's likely if they were posing for another shooter and they saw the expression a joke or comment designed to get a smile
would make a stunning shot.:-)

Thanks! :-P


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Dec 07, 2015 10:57 |  #9349

I never take photos of my setup and I kept telling myself to remember to take some so I could contribute. Well... I finally remembered!

The event was to benefit a local animal rescue. I only charged them the cost of the materials. They then charged the customer $5 (I recommended more but they were nervous bc ppl complained about prices before) .
The customer got the 4x6 print right there and I also emailed them all a link to the gallery to download the digital file later. The digital download is free. They can also order various prints through the gallery. It is a SmugMug gallery. Customer were also entered into a drawing to win a Bissel Pet Vac (donated by Bissel Inc.) Turnout was pretty good. We were shooting non-stop for 3 hrs and raised a few hundred dollars.

We did these at Camp Bow Wow (a doggy daycare). They have 2 holding areas for the dogs before they leave or enter. I was setup and standing inside one of them. The dogs did not come into my area. Worked out really nicely actually! I had the owners squat in front of that swinging door and get the dog's attention.

Let me know if you have any questions! :)

These setup shots were with my phone :P

The full gallery is here >>> Santa Paws Photos (external link)

As you can see, we didn't have much room to work with. Maybe 6' or so from lens to Santa. The wrapping paper on the wall is to cover the mounted tv. There was also a window on BOTH sides of Santa. So we had to shoot narrow with at a wide angle - if that makes sense.

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- 70D
- Sigma 18-35
- 2x Nissin Di 622 II
- 3x Yongnuo Triggers
- 1 shoot through umbrella
- 1 silver reflective umbrella
- Tablet Dell Venue 10.1 - Android OS
- Canon Selphy printer

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- 70D tethered to Tablet via USB
- 70D triggered by DSLR Controller app ($8 on google play store)
- Selphy printer connected to Tablet via WiFi

1- I just held the tablet and pressed the shutter button. Took 1-3 photos and quickly had the customer choose 1 photo to print
2- I downloaded the photo to the tablet using the DSLR Controller app
3- Switched apps on the tablet and printed the photo


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Here are a couple of the photos as well...

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Dec 07, 2015 10:59 |  #9350

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Dec 07, 2015 13:26 |  #9351

Helping friend to take some photos for their Christmas card.


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Dec 08, 2015 08:11 |  #9352

Scatterbrained wrote in post #17804263 (external link)
It's that time of year again. Another go at holiday photos for the family...

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Are those corrugated roofing panels for the backdrop? Love how the lights look on them. Greats shots!


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Dec 08, 2015 12:53 |  #9353

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Are those corrugated roofing panels for the backdrop? Love how the lights look on them. Greats shots!

Thanks. Yeah, 2x8 roofing panels. Duct tape doesn't stick to them very well either.


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Dec 08, 2015 22:10 |  #9354

Scatterbrained wrote in post #17804263 (external link)
It's that time of year again. Another go at holiday photos for the family...

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Great set up and very creative shot. I am wondering why the bokeh is hexagon shaped in #3. I shoot Nikon so I don't know much about Canon 85mm but I thought Canon 85 1.2 II would have more rounded bokeh at f3.2. By the way, gobo did a great job of control reflective glare.


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Dec 09, 2015 00:22 |  #9355

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nice work Scott 8-)


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Dec 09, 2015 19:51 |  #9356

Taking over the kids playroom to play with my eBay and Craigslist scores.

Neewer 180ws strobe - $25
Neewer 20" x 28" softbox - $11
Vivitar 135 f/2.8 - Picked this up with a bunch of other vintage lenses for $20 locally

Who says you can't have fun on a budget!


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Dec 10, 2015 00:13 |  #9357

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Dec 10, 2015 07:17 |  #9358

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At least I know there's one other audio enthusiast with some taste around here. :-D


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Dec 10, 2015 10:22 |  #9359

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If you added a reflector underneath it would fill in the shadows nicely as it's just a bit underexposed on her right hand cheek.


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Dec 10, 2015 10:27 |  #9360
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If you added a reflector underneath it would fill in the shadows nicely as it's just a bit underexposed on her right hand cheek.

How do we know that 'underexposure' isn't precisely the ratio he aimed for?


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