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Jan 07, 2016 13:15 |  #9496

Abbadon 31,
I really dig the processing on your lady warrior image, may I inquire as to how you did that?




  
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Jan 07, 2016 13:25 |  #9497

Decostanza wrote in post #17848595 (external link)
Abbadon 31,
I really dig the processing on your lady warrior image, may I inquire as to how you did that?

I dont do much
a little D&B
and some healing brush


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Jan 07, 2016 13:36 as a reply to  @ abbadon31's post |  #9498

Thanks abbadon 31... I was curious how heavy of a hand you used. Nice job and thanks for sharing.




  
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Jan 07, 2016 13:48 |  #9499

Decostanza wrote in post #17848629 (external link)
Thanks abbadon 31... I was curious how heavy of a hand you used. Nice job and thanks for sharing.

My D&B brush setting is set to 2-4 nothing more less it better. I will say sometimes I'm get tired and I can get crazy overboard.


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Jan 07, 2016 15:44 |  #9500

Excuse the iphone pic! Behind the brolley a Youngnuo 560 on manual 1/16 power RF605 trigger and poking out of the shelves on the right, as well as the reflector, a manfrotto ML360 LED light. As you can see, I got the exposure right practicing on his teddy, espressive little sod isn't he :) Thi is my first crack at this, new speedlight, brolley, backdrop, everything, quite chuffed with myself :-D

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Jan 07, 2016 16:59 |  #9501

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This is my first attempt at "slow water", I took my new tripod and Triggertrap setup out for a test run with Nikon D750 and a few lenses. I learned that 12 degree weather will drastically reduce the time little kids will let you photograph but it times out well with how long it takes an iPhone to freeze.
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Most people try to slow water through long exposure. Freezing the falls seems a little over the top . . . :-)


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Jan 07, 2016 17:22 as a reply to  @ dodgyexposure's post |  #9502

Lol...well played dodgy exposure




  
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Jan 07, 2016 17:35 |  #9503

welshwizard1971 wrote in post #17848823 (external link)
Excuse the iphone pic! Behind the brolley a Youngnuo 560 on manual 1/16 power RF605 trigger and poking out of the shelves on the right, as well as the reflector, a manfrotto ML360 LED light. As you can see, I got the exposure right practicing on his teddy, espressive little sod isn't he :) Thi is my first crack at this, new speedlight, brolley, backdrop, everything, quite chuffed with myself :-D

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Really like this. B&W is a good choice.


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Jan 07, 2016 17:50 |  #9504

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At first, I was going to clone out the assistance, but decided to keep it, since it is kind of cool. Hope you don't mind.


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Jan 07, 2016 22:12 |  #9505

I think the assistance makes the shot.




  
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Jan 08, 2016 01:48 |  #9506

slow week makes for some weird photos


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Jan 08, 2016 06:09 as a reply to  @ AnnieMacD's post |  #9507

Ta, this was exactly what I was aiming for so I'm very chuffed, I was going to get several silly faces and do a montage of them in a frame, not had a chance to sort them yet but I think I've achieved it. He always reminds me of Calvin & Hobbes LOL


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Jan 08, 2016 10:34 |  #9508

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You actually blew his head off for the sake of the shot, well done!!

What are you using to trigger strobes with the X100? Looks like a great little camera.


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Jan 08, 2016 11:32 as a reply to  @ JoseCanseco's post |  #9509

Haha they're both self portraits/the second is actually a cinemagraph, but I couldn't get it to post properly :/
I'm using the yongnuo tx or 622c and the x100t is just awesome. Got tired of hauling around dslrs and couldn't be happier




  
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Jan 09, 2016 14:57 |  #9510

abbadon31 wrote in post #17848401 (external link)
I dont see the flash setup?
what did you use?

I wasn't able to pack in a flash setup. It was very muted light so I stopped down and added time.

ISO 100
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Although this isn't 100% theme for flash and studio it is more of a "show your setup".


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