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Oct 30, 2016 17:54 as a reply to  @ post 18171176 |  #10246

Is her skirt reflecting the light back under her hat? Beautiful shot


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Oct 30, 2016 18:25 |  #10247

PhotosGuy wrote in post #18171202 (external link)
Very nice, but why all that space behind her?

Usually I'd agree, (there's something of a bandwagon growing) - but here I like it. There's a very slight twist through her torso-neck-head which seems to hint that's she's influenced by what's behind her - maybe . .




  
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Oct 30, 2016 18:29 |  #10248

OceanRipple* wrote in post #18171434 (external link)
Usually I'd agree, (there's something of a bandwagon growing) - but here I like it. There's a very slight twist through her torso-neck-head which seems to hint that's she's influenced by what's behind her - maybe . .

Maybe... an angry clown? ; D


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Oct 30, 2016 18:50 |  #10249

fjhphotography wrote in post #18171176 (external link)
A moody shot from my last session with Ericka.

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Love it, beautiful and very sensual.




  
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Oct 31, 2016 11:30 as a reply to  @ Kliphe's post |  #10250

I would say that too.. Plus the concrete looks very light so no need for a reflector..


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Oct 31, 2016 14:04 as a reply to  @ post 18171202 |  #10251

Why not? I wanted separation. =)


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Oct 31, 2016 14:05 as a reply to  @ Kliphe's post |  #10252

Yup, it was not intentional but happy it happened that way, lol.


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Oct 31, 2016 19:49 |  #10253

PhotosGuy wrote in post #18171202 (external link)
Very nice, but why all that space behind her?

reserved for me to sit next to :)




  
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Oct 31, 2016 20:36 |  #10254

miss Riding :)


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Nov 01, 2016 17:08 |  #10255

Heya,

We were all cooped up in the house, tired, with a cranky 3 year old. It started out with just playing in the dirt and throwing it around and getting dusty and dirty. Then it progressed into some involvement of the water hose. Then a hole full of mud. Thoroughly drenched and muddy and a good long hard play, it was enough to induce a hard earned nap.... for all of us.

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I was just playing with on-camera flash in HSS as fill initially, those results can be seen here: LINK.
For that particular close range fun, was simply using a Yongnuo 685 in ETTL with HSS, AV, F2, ISO 100, with ETTL set to -0.3 FEC.

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Then I wanted to play with the water, but didn't want to be too close to it with the 35mm, so I grabbed my 90mm and a strobe and came back out to the mud hole.

Equipment:

Camera: Canon 5D Classic (Manual, 1/1600, F4, ISO 100 & 1/3200, F4, ISO 200)
Lens: Tamron 90mm F2.8 VC Macro
Transceiver: Yongnuo YN622 on camera
Strobe: Flashpoint Rovelight 600B in HSS mode, 1/2 power, with YN622 attached via PC sync port
Stand: Cheetah Boom Stand
Modifier: Impact 60" white umbrella (bounce surface) and black back cover

Couldn't meter due to HSS, so I did my typical meter & chimp method.

I metered the grass behind where the subject would be, at my aperture & ISO, and dropped exposure by -2/3rds from what I was metering there. That's where I got my shutter speed for my aperture & ISO.

Then I fired up my strobe and tested it at 1/4th power. Wanted a wee bit more, so cranked up to 1/2 power and was happy enough with the histogram to work with it, as I didn't want to lose more time as a 3 year old has no patience and the light meter can't help me with HSS.

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Had some fun playing in the mud.

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Nov 01, 2016 17:56 |  #10256

Fantastic!


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Nov 01, 2016 18:52 |  #10257

Chip off the old block:-P


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Nov 01, 2016 21:53 as a reply to  @ MalVeauX's post |  #10258

Good stuff Marty!




  
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Nov 01, 2016 22:10 |  #10259

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Poor little spider passed away in my bathroom so I thought I would give him a a send off session.

If that was in your bathroom, you need to burn your house DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Nov 01, 2016 23:54 |  #10260

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Thanks everybody for nice comments
hang your cross wrote in post #17556594 (external link)
What lens did you use? I love it.

I am using 400mm/2.8 L IS on 5DIII camera. Seldom I also use a TC1.4, but prefer naked lens only and get to the animal as close as possible. When I used the old 400 2.8 L II non IS, or 400mm 5.6 L, I used more often 12mm macro ring. The IS version has MFD only 3m, which i why I choose it over 600mm/4. I think 400mm is a great focal length if you know how to make a good camouflage.

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And results
Sometimes I had the birds even too close to me

Awesome blind, Would you mind sharing some dimensions, how you like the blind and any improvements you would make? I am currently in the process of making one my self for deeper water but this would be awesome for shallow lakes and wetlands.

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