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May 03, 2017 09:36 as a reply to  @ post 18345207 |  #691

Red is obviously the better color, you should know this already.


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May 06, 2017 04:02 |  #692

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Blows away the Sony GM? Are you even remotely serious????? Their sharpness is comparable and the Bokeh of the GM is WAY smoother, plus 11 blades vs 9 and native AF...so yeah like your Sigma as much as you like (I love my Sigma 135mm) but do not talk nonsense about the GM just to try validating your purchase cause you are not helping any one.
Wow, the things one has to read on the internet....

Whoa easy there. Taking things a bit serious? lol.
Any comparison, unless using specific data/numbers, is SUBJECTIVE.

jwilson wrote in post #18345207 (external link)
Wow, how dare someone have his own opinion! My favorite color is blue, am I going to get slammed because someone thinks red is a "better" color?

*gasp* I know huh? Damn my opinion, how dare I have one! LOL!


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May 08, 2017 13:51 |  #693

My first foray into OCF & HSS. Canon 5d iii, 135mm f2, 1/640, ISO 100. Used a Cheetah Stand QBox 30, with YN flash & trigger, around 10:30 AM. I'm very pleased so far, I don't mind cc either.

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May 08, 2017 15:51 |  #694

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I don't mind cc either.

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A few things
- cleaning up a few things like white fluff on left arm, hairs on black sweater, a couple of hairs in sunlight are things you should always do - takes 10 seconds
- foreground OOF things like branches, don't add to the picture, so again, i would quickly remove them in PS
- overall I think the picture is fine - but it looks like a raw image - i.e. it lacks some contrast - so this is something I would personally address to make it pop
- when you have greens in the background OOF areas, greens are sometimes great to add both luminance and some saturation to (makes them pop more)
- this is a very attractive young lady so contrast to the overall image, a little bit of additional exposure to her face and chest, in addition to overall contrast, done in a subtle way, and to photographer preference, is something to consider
- the tied around waist thing is a general no-no but in this case it doesn't harm her overall shape, but slightly cropping it from below, keeps the colour, which is great, but also reduces the messiness


this was my 20 seconds in LR in PS to give you an idea of what I would do

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May 08, 2017 16:33 |  #695

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May 08, 2017 16:49 as a reply to  @ wallstreetoneil's post |  #696

Thank you for the suggestions.

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May 09, 2017 07:19 |  #697

Lovely Flowrider! Really froze the action :-)

I can finally add to this thread with my first serious OFC attempt

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May 09, 2017 09:52 |  #698

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Lovely Flowrider! Really froze the action :-)

I can finally add to this thread with my first serious OFC attempt

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Did a maternity shoot with my wife. This is one of my favourites of the set.
Shot on 70D with 18-35 ART and Godox AD360 through a 43" octabox on 1/4 power, camera left.

Congrats! Boy or Girl?? Consider a silhouette too. For this pic, her left hand is quite brightly lit. I'd drop it a bit in post.


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May 09, 2017 19:49 |  #700

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was the ISO 50 to bring HSS to 1/1000 from 1/2000 ?

great picture


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May 09, 2017 20:29 |  #701

wallstreetoneil wrote in post #18350475 (external link)
was the ISO 50 to bring HSS to 1/1000 from 1/2000 ?

great picture

Or, to make the sensor not as sensitive to the strobe, depending on how close it was and the minimum power level. I know that my strobes are 1/16 minimum power for HSS. I'm just guessing, though.




  
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Such a beautiful capture.


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May 19, 2017 11:14 |  #705

Comedic Candid...

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