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Aug 28, 2017 15:31 |  #3586

ma11rats wrote in post #18439373 (external link)
I don't know why you would speak from the subjects point of view. Keeping with continuity of the shooter makes more sense being as I'd be the one setting up the lights. I always view the image from the viewer's pov(everyone does lol) so speaking about where to place a light makes more sense to me as camera right/left. And my light was camera right.

I appreciate your opinion, but it's completely irrelevant to this particular scenario as the main focus was to expose for them in heavy shade with limited time.

No worries. we are on a photography forum to discuss photography right? thats all i was doing.


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Aug 28, 2017 15:39 |  #3587

ma11rats wrote in post #18439373 (external link)
I don't know why you would speak from the subjects point of view. Keeping with continuity of the shooter makes more sense being as I'd be the one setting up the lights. I always view the image from the viewer's pov.....

Interesting, as a theatre professional it would be near impossible for me to do that. :)


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Aug 28, 2017 17:14 |  #3588

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Interesting, as a theatre professional it would be near impossible for me to do that. :)

Exit stage right. :)


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Aug 28, 2017 17:22 |  #3589

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Exit stage right. :)


exactly....tells you from stage's point of view. Being as the person who 'stages' the scene, it makes sense to notate where lighting would be based from camera's perspective...


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Aug 28, 2017 20:13 |  #3591

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Aug 28, 2017 22:49 |  #3592

ma11rats wrote in post #18439480 (external link)
exactly....tells you from stage's point of view. Being as the person who 'stages' the scene, it makes sense to notate where lighting would be based from camera's perspective...


On a film set, that's camera (or frame) right, which is the same as stage left :)


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Aug 28, 2017 22:53 |  #3593

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #18439729 (external link)
On a film set, that's camera (or frame) right, which is the same as stage left :)


So do I or you buy the first drink? I believe the song is over. haha


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Aug 28, 2017 23:16 |  #3594

I think I usually use subject left or right because im often talking to them, they would have no idea what i meant if i said camera right to them.


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Aug 28, 2017 23:24 |  #3595

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I think I usually use subject left or right because im often talking to them, they would have no idea what i meant if i said camera right to them.


But you're talking about a photograph, and describing it to viewers, not talking with clients during the photo session. You're trying to describe how something is lit, talking about where it's set from the camera, not from what the subject may or may not be looking at.


I never tell them camera right/left either, I tell them to mimic me or follow my hand in the direction I want. It still has nothing to do with describing the set up for a photograph.

Anywho, I'm done with this topic. I do appreciate you discussing it with me, but back images eh? I think I've over taken this and it's not meant for this thread.


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Aug 29, 2017 00:10 |  #3596

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I think I usually use subject left or right because im often talking to them, they would have no idea what i meant if i said camera right to them.

Actors are the same way and thus,...


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Aug 29, 2017 00:15 |  #3597

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Aug 29, 2017 02:42 |  #3599

5D4 + Sigma 14 1.8 pretty awesome for interior work as well  :p

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Aug 29, 2017 08:18 |  #3600

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Anyone having issues using Sandisk extreme CF 120 MB/s??

This is the gold coloured CF card with 85 MB/S write speeds for 4k video?

I typically use Sandisk Extreme pro but since my dual card backup Extreme Pro SD card is only 90MB write speeds. I'm just curious if it's worth spending more money for the Extreme Pro CF card.

Gotta admit I do enjoy the 5d4. Extremely painful for Canadians to buy this body in $$$$$ CDN funds!!!

I'm using a Sandisk Extreme Pro (95mb/s). No problems. I wasn't aware of the 120mb/s version. (sorry I overlooked the CF part; mine is an SD)

I figured I would try the Lexar 2000x (300mb/s) even though the 5D4 doesn't support UHS-II. I thought maybe it would be a little faster at least for transferring files to my computer, but I don't notice any difference between the two. In fact, the Lexar I got was a dud and I had to send it in. They sent me a new one being under warranty.




  
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