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Aug 08, 2017 14:53 |  #9121

DonJuanMair wrote in post #18422447 (external link)
This was a handheld shot?!

handled =/= hand-held.. I'm stupid sorry.

But yeah this was close, just 2 ambient exposures.


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Aug 08, 2017 15:03 |  #9122

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Hmm been thinking of getting a geared head should I get into this kind of photography. What are the main differences between the 405 and 410??

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405 is much bigger, has finer control, and I believe has 3 bubble levels vs. 1 on the 410. Been using the 410 for a couple years and it's great. It does develop a little bit of play over time, but I trigger everything via wifi, so that isn't a problem for me, but I can see how it would affect other folks. I've heard some photographers claim theirs have spontaneously fallen apart, just so you know, but nothing to that effect has happened to mine.

People gripe about the QR plate because it's not reversible (gotta loosen the screw and turn it around), so there are ways to convert it if that bothers you, but I have learned to live with it.

Overall using a gear head is much better than a pan head.




  
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Aug 08, 2017 17:11 |  #9123

Well I've been using a ball head since I started shooting over 10 years ago. Never really been a fan of it and the droop that happens after tightening it down.

I only got it because everyone said a ballhead is what you want. -?


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Aug 11, 2017 06:50 |  #9124

Got the cover shot for a local RE magazine. Mostly ads, but I can now say I am "published"  :p

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Aug 11, 2017 11:42 |  #9125

Congrats. Always a good thing.


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Aug 11, 2017 13:06 as a reply to  @ LoneRider's post |  #9126

congrats on this


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Aug 19, 2017 00:37 |  #9127

DonJuanMair wrote in post #18410132 (external link)
Some inconsistent white balance issues throughout the gallery. I think even if you hadnt have said that you were on a date night i would have still felt they looked rushed. Better to do it right than rushed imo.

True. I usually have 5x600 EX-RT's with me and have 8 hours to shoot. That's why I explained that I was rushed. Her sideways looks are akin to a jellyfish sting. I rushed. Big time.


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Aug 19, 2017 00:44 |  #9128

rejay14 wrote in post #18431528 (external link)
True. I usually have 5x600 EX-RT's with me and have 8 hours to shoot. That's why I explained that I was rushed. Her sideways looks are akin to a jellyfish sting. I rushed. Big time.

This was the white-balance nightmare that you described. Hopefully the grad filters took care of it ok...



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Aug 27, 2017 07:18 |  #9129

I recently went on vacation in Cuba, the resort was opened last. It was a brand new resort and not that busy. I scouted locations the first couple of nights and then I shot these at twilight. These shots are blended from 3 to 4 exposures.


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Aug 27, 2017 07:52 |  #9130

Interior shot of the resort.


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Aug 28, 2017 14:54 |  #9131

Such a clean image but those bed sheets. I presume thats how they usually have them?


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Aug 29, 2017 04:58 as a reply to  @ amairphoto's post |  #9132

That's the way they made the beds that day but I should of straightened out the sides.


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Aug 29, 2017 17:01 |  #9133

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It goes either way, just be specific if you're looking for critique. Individual threads don't seem to get much traction in this section of the site, so I post most of my work to share or get C&C in this thread. It's not such a fast moving thread that your post will get buried right away, so I'd say show us what you got.

There's also the feature built into the unique forum software of this site that allows you to pick up right where you left off in these threads by clicking go to newest, our first unread, I forget exactly what it reads. But that way I pick up where I left off if it's been awhile and can catch-up on everything I missed. So even if there are many pages of posts, it's very easy to not miss anything.


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Aug 31, 2017 11:09 |  #9134

I have a scout today for a big hotel. Ill admit in room photography im not the best at, but its time to step my game up and give it a shot. Going to take tons of exposures and hopefully I can get it looking nice.


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Sep 12, 2017 17:23 as a reply to  @ post 18192929 |  #9135

+1 on your comments and there is too much ceiling, crop down to the light fixtures. Speaking of the light fixtures, they are too hot. The best way to handle them is to make a composite exposure. Shoot 6 bracketed frames. Pen tool each light, create a selection and save it. Then start loading the selection with the next darker image of the lights, lay it into the photograph. Repeat with each darker light image until the light is toned down. It is a little time consuming but the results are fantastic.




  
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