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Aug 17, 2018 16:48 as a reply to  @ post 18685633 |  #11371

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Aug 20, 2018 00:40 |  #11372

kchanar wrote in post #18685583 (external link)
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My coworker asked me to take the senior photos for his son.
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Nice. Did you try to capture any starts? A nice action shot?


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Aug 20, 2018 07:19 |  #11373

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Aug 23, 2018 02:33 |  #11374

People have been giving me these vintage cameras in the past 2 weeks.
They text me or message me via Facebook asking if i have any use for an old film camera collecting dust in their basement.
I always ask for a price and they just tell me to come and pick it up since they have no use for it.. SCORE! I have been given the Canon AE-1 now i have 2, Pentax SP500 , Minolta SRT101 a Canon EOS620 and some other ones along with some 7 - 8 vintage lenses with m43 mount that i split with my son. I have been planning to use the cameras as props in photo shoots but i have been to busy at weddings to have one done. Anyway back to the topic i did the same exact idea on the setup for these results as my earlier post.


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I used the 550d with the Canon 70-200mm f4 non IS on this image

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This image was shot with the 550d and an OSAWA MC 35-70mm Macro (70s to 80s lens? not sure)

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Aug 29, 2018 21:03 |  #11375

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Sep 09, 2018 17:20 |  #11376

Setup:

Here's a BTS shot of some salami, cheese, and crackers I shot...oh, and some wine. And yes, then I snacked. ;-)a

Continuous light LED panel behind a round diffuser held by a "C" stand so no flash was used. The background is an old wood panel made by a buddy of mine and the cutting board is made from teak.


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Sep 09, 2018 17:42 |  #11377

navydoc wrote in post #18704380 (external link)
Setup:

Here's a BTS shot of some salami, cheese, and crackers I shot...oh, and some wine. And yes, then I snacked. ;-)a

Continuous light LED panel behind a round diffuser held by a "C" stand so no flash was used. The background is an old wood panel made by a buddy of mine and the cutting board is made from teak.

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big fan of simple setups! good shot!


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Sep 09, 2018 18:24 |  #11378

navydoc wrote in post #18704380 (external link)
Setup:

Here's a BTS shot of some salami, cheese, and crackers I shot...oh, and some wine. And yes, then I snacked. ;-)a

Continuous light LED panel behind a round diffuser held by a "C" stand so no flash was used. The background is an old wood panel made by a buddy of mine and the cutting board is made from teak.

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Being a Marine myself gotta say real nice, Doc!


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Sep 09, 2018 19:34 |  #11379

hoblos wrote in post #18704398 (external link)
big fan of simple setups! good shot!

Thanks, much appreciated.

Angmo wrote in post #18704415 (external link)
Being a Marine myself gotta say real nice, Doc!

Thanks. My grandson joined the Crotch in April. Oorah!


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Sep 09, 2018 20:14 |  #11380

navydoc wrote in post #18704445 (external link)
Thanks, much appreciated.

Thanks. My grandson joined the Crotch in April. Oorah!

Please advise him of this wisdom:

He can love the Marine Corps, but it won’t love him back!


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Sep 10, 2018 18:52 |  #11381

Angmo wrote in post #18704467 (external link)
Please advise him of this wisdom:

He can love the Marine Corps, but it won’t love him back!

I will, thanks.

Before:

Here's another very simple setup. I placed an old hourglass on my cutting board, hung a window screen frame with tracing paper taped inside on a "C" stand, put a Nissin Di700A flash behind that and used an old wood panel as a backdrop.
The lens is a Laowa 15mm macro at f32.


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Sep 10, 2018 20:41 |  #11382

navydoc wrote in post #18705151 (external link)
I will, thanks.

Before:

Here's another very simple setup. I placed an old hourglass on my cutting board, hung a window screen frame with tracing paper taped inside on a "C" stand, put a Nissin Di700A flash behind that and used an old wood panel as a backdrop.
The lens is a Laowa 15mm macro at f32.

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The result...

As always your product photography is beautiful. Love the wood backdrop!


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Sep 10, 2018 21:07 |  #11383

ptcanon3ti wrote in post #18705231 (external link)
As always your product photography is beautiful. Love the wood backdrop!

Thanks Paul. I'd like to have more backdrops like that myself.


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Sep 13, 2018 16:53 |  #11384

From late 1996 to mid-1999, I was part of the inspection team at the construction of three earthen dams at Diamond Valley Lake near where I live. During the process of excavating the rich clay deposits in the valley for use in the dams, many paleontological discoveries were made and because the project was so large, there were teams of paleontologists working almost around the clock recovering them. The valley became known as the Valley of the Mastodons although many other creatures were unearthed there.

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Here's the BTS shot. The reason I set things up this way was to get side lighting to help define the texture in the fragment. I also wanted soft shadows that weren't so dark as to hide some of those details.

The controller for the flash is on the camera that took this shot so it's not on the camera that took the tusk image at the moment.


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This is a small fragment of a tusk from a Wooly Mammoth that was uncovered there and given to me by one of the paleontologists. It's about 1 3/4" long and 1 1/4" wide.

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Sep 14, 2018 15:32 as a reply to  @ navydoc's post |  #11385

Nice setup and capture !!!


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