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Oct 10, 2017 10:02 |  #5431

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Hah I'd love to hit a real track one day. My extent of "fun" these days is trying to keep my 10 year old beater running...which is requiring more and more work.

Hey speaking of Les Mans, if you haven't seen that Le Mans documentary on Amazon video, check it out. Really cool...plus its in 4k HDR

that is where I am now...my 10 year old car quite going to the track a couple years ago...just trying to decide what to do with it now.

I have not seen that, but will check it out..bunch of flights coming up...need some good watching material.


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Oct 10, 2017 11:08 |  #5432

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Thanks Vinz. Here's a smoke pattern that's a bit more "smokin' hot" I think. ;-)a

The smoke design is 100% natural with no manipulation on my part.

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:lol: It says "And Brody Hamel" in the lower right. It was his suggestion we take the smoke images and we used his camera/lens. We used my off camera flash and I did the editing so it was a collaboration to be sure.

I probably should have done the sig like this one.


Cool smoke shot! Clearly a women visible


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Oct 10, 2017 11:19 |  #5433

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Oct 10, 2017 11:59 |  #5434

Just requested a loaner for the 12-24 and 1.4 extender from sony professional services. I've got another wedding this weekend and like UWA stuff for the dance floor and to take some scenic, and architectural stuff of the day.


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Oct 10, 2017 12:22 |  #5435

navydoc wrote in post #18469580 (external link)
Thanks Vinz. Here's a smoke pattern that's a bit more "smokin' hot" I think. ;-)a

The smoke design is 100% natural with no manipulation on my part.

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:lol: It says "And Brody Hamel" in the lower right. It was his suggestion we take the smoke images and we used his camera/lens. We used my off camera flash and I did the editing so it was a collaboration to be sure.

I probably should have done the sig like this one.

gene, when I saw this from you I instantly visualised one of your whisky shots with a cigar sitting in the ash tray and the inscense smoke coming from the cigar tip.


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Oct 10, 2017 12:24 |  #5436

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Oct 10, 2017 12:31 |  #5437

Lunch.

When Harvey hit Houston, people criticized the city for its lack of zoning. But the upside to that lack of zoning is that we don't have the hard segregation of neighborhoods that other cities have. There's a lot of good in that, one of the benefits being that legit tacos are always a short drive away.

Nothing fancy set-up wise. Grabbed the RX1rII real quick and shot with window light. My plate is crooked, but I was hungry!

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Oct 10, 2017 12:57 |  #5438

Hey guys, I've been busy working on images for my architect client so I've had no time to shoot. Still, I have been lurking in the shadows enjoying everyone's images posted here recently. Keep up the good work.




  
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Oct 10, 2017 13:08 |  #5439

xpfloyd wrote in post #18469796 (external link)
gene, when I saw this from you I instantly visualised one of your whisky shots with a cigar sitting in the ash tray and the inscense smoke coming from the cigar tip.

Great idea, thanks. I just may try to incorporate that smoke into a whisky & cigar shot sometime soon. ;-)a


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Oct 10, 2017 13:44 |  #5440

mystik610 wrote in post #18469784 (external link)
Just requested a loaner for the 12-24 and 1.4 extender from sony professional services. I've got another wedding this weekend and like UWA stuff for the dance floor and to take some scenic, and architectural stuff of the day.

i'm too late to do that. my wedding on an awesome church is this friday. why i never thought about that. lol

Carlo, when shooting e-front curtain shut., we'll get 14-bit right? it's still loud though for a church. I tested a few shots with silent shooting and you're right, you really can't tell the difference.


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Oct 10, 2017 14:16 |  #5441

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Oct 10, 2017 14:18 |  #5442

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i'm too late to do that. my wedding on an awesome church is this friday. why i never thought about that. lol

Carlo, when shooting e-front curtain shut., we'll get 14-bit right? it's still loud though for a church. I tested a few shots with silent shooting and you're right, you really can't tell the difference.

Sony will overnight the gear from lens rentals so you have time actually.

Yes you get 14 bit with e front curtain


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Oct 10, 2017 14:35 |  #5443

mystik610 wrote in post #18469892 (external link)
Sony will overnight the gear from lens rentals so you have time actually.

Yes you get 14 bit with e front curtain

cool. i just sent them an email. thanks


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Oct 10, 2017 15:43 |  #5444

Grand Sand Dunes Nat.Park and Preserve Imagined.
Imagined is my code for I took shot different shots and composited them.
Why, in this case the sky just sucked.

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Oct 10, 2017 16:02 |  #5445

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Grand Sand Dunes Nat.Park and Preserve Imagined.
Imagined is my code for I took shot different shots and composited them.
Why, in this case the sky just sucked.

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Except for a bit of misalignment on the far mountain range on the right, I think it looks great. I love how the low lying fog makes it appear that the dunes are floating in the air.


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