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Jul 08, 2019 05:18 |  #2626

bryzf1 wrote in post #18889176 (external link)
The end of the tunnel on the top shot is the brightest spot of the entire image... My eye is drawn there and she doesn't seem to be the focal point to me considering that she blends into the environment.

Can't dispute that point, lol. I tried a couple of "edits" to subdue the light at the end of the tunnel, but it seemed to "take-away" more than it helped, IMO. I'll def be shooting there again, and what we learned from this first session should help.




  
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Jul 12, 2019 21:04 |  #2627

Laura Class of 2020 and already has 2 scholarship offers for softball.


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Jul 13, 2019 08:52 |  #2628

And on the same day I shot this young lady as well.


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Here's my video from my shoot with Olivia and Laura. I think I'm going to go with a tripod for the video with my 6D II from now on as this was pretty jerky even with a monopod that the girls parents were holding.

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2 hours ago as a reply to  @ rjharris's post |  #2630

Nicely done! I shoot my video on a gimbal using my iPhone 7 Plus and place that on a tripod. This allows me to also just grab it and get some following shots (if I can), get overhead video, mock-crane movement and turn it upside down by flipping the center column for lower shots if desired.

https://youtu.be/GDhCm​wqB1Fk (external link) <- Not a senior shoot, just an example of the iPhone footage.


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