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Jan 22, 2020 07:45 |  #11746

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when i showed my daughter, i noticed that...

the first thing SHE noticed was that i had the mouthpiece on upside down....


You can also see the round clone spots. Also, why the super wide aperture? Dof seems too shallow for product photography.


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Jan 22, 2020 17:09 |  #11747

Ltdave wrote in post #18996411 (external link)
when i showed my daughter, i noticed that...

the first thing SHE noticed was that i had the mouthpiece on upside down....

LOL, I can't speak to that part. I would have made the same mistake, most likely.


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Jan 22, 2020 23:47 |  #11748

our local museum is going though their archives and recording things digitally now and there have been years and years of accusitions without complete documentation (the paperwork has been pretty good, the 3 days weve been working on it now) and i got the gig to photograph everything. and i mean EVERYTHING. they dont have to be poster quality so in some of the shots you can see the museum putty ive got holding things in position, or the little stand/easel is visible propping up the artifact. this is just a visual reference so they can tell WHICH silver tea-set (ive seen 4 of them from some of the city's more well to do families) is which...

shot with my motorola moto-Z. one of about 5 Civil War era surgical kits i shot the first day. the 2nd day i had a good selection of cameras and bed pans. all clean of course lol...


heres my set up...



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Feb 10, 2020 08:13 |  #11749

A little fooling around. :p

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Feb 19, 2020 14:30 |  #11750

Some before and after.


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Feb 22, 2020 14:36 |  #11751

Mt Rainier;
Lake Washington Boulevard, Seattle, WA


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Feb 22, 2020 19:24 |  #11752

That's one heck of a flash you used to get Rainier that lighted:-P


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Feb 24, 2020 15:20 |  #11753

An Egg


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Feb 24, 2020 17:43 |  #11754

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Nicely done optical illusion.


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Feb 24, 2020 17:47 |  #11755

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Nicely done optical illusion.


That was the fun of the shot, I think the shot is more interesting with the BTS.


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Feb 28, 2020 20:13 |  #11756

We finally moved to our new home and i finally have a small space to do work in the cold weather or if im in the mood to do "studio" shots. Im not really crazy about backdrops and "studio" shots but why not. I set up the room to test the lighting with the equipment i have. I am planning to paint the end wall behind and around the backdrop in black so i don't get some sort of light bounce from them. Now that i think about it i have a giant fabric backdrop that will do the job anyway here is my set up and result as we are testing.

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i had my leds on before i started shooting but were off when i took the shot
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Canon 430EX II Gelled
2 Godox AD360II for rim light
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Result
Just noticed some white faded circles on the result image. i went to the backdrop to see whats up and there is glitter all over it from a shoot i did years ago lmao..

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Feb 29, 2020 10:51 |  #11757

DigitalTuned wrote in post #19018328 (external link)
We finally moved to our new home and i finally have a small space to do work in the cold weather or if im in the mood to do "studio" shots. Im not really crazy about backdrops and "studio" shots but why not. I set up the room to test the lighting with the equipment i have. I am planning to paint the end wall behind and around the backdrop in black so i don't get some sort of light bounce from them. Now that i think about it i have a giant fabric backdrop that will do the job anyway here is my set up and result as we are testing.

Set up
i had my leds on before i started shooting but were off when i took the shot
Canon EOS R
Canon 50 mm f1.2L
Canon 430EX II Gelled
2 Godox AD360II for rim light
Mettle 600AD for Key
Triggered by Godox X1

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Result
Just noticed some white faded circles on the result image. i went to the backdrop to see whats up and there is glitter all over it from a shoot i did years ago lmao..

QUOTED IMAGE

Looks good Isaac!


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Mar 01, 2020 00:45 as a reply to  @ mhickman's post |  #11758

Thank you


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Mar 11, 2020 17:28 |  #11759

I was asked to photograph a local artist's drawings. She didn't want any marks on the paper so I knew I had to place them flat and photograph from above. It took me a while to get the result I was looking for but once I was happy with the lighting and made sure the focusing was accurate I just took about 10 minutes to capture 7 images. Here are two images of the set-up and then I'll follow with the result.


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Mar 11, 2020 17:30 |  #11760

And the result...


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