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Jul 08, 2020 03:02 |  #9256

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RF lens not EF.

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There's a technique for editing out lens reflection but I'm not that well versed in the process...

My only nit, if you will




  
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Jul 08, 2020 03:53 |  #9257

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Never used it, but it worth a shot ?!


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Jul 08, 2020 08:27 |  #9258

forget about editing unless it's minor.


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Jul 09, 2020 21:32 |  #9259

Ltdave wrote in post #19089853 (external link)
There's a technique for editing out lens reflection but I'm not that well versed in the process...

My only nit, if you will

For those type of lens an easy fix is loosen the frame screws, pop the lens out for the shoot and put them back in afterwards.

No reflections, no extra work in post.


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Aug 09, 2020 12:57 |  #9260

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Aug 09, 2020 13:49 |  #9261


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Aug 09, 2020 23:15 |  #9262

Two of the three females I live with...

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Aug 20, 2020 14:30 as a reply to  @ LoneRider's post |  #9263

Or ask friends or family if they have any old frames they are getting rid of after getting a new prescription. Take the lenses out and have them available for folks who need them for a shoot. I did have a company I approached about taking their overstock/defect glasses and after initially being told they would just give them to me, they then called back and wanted MSRP for their throw aways and I declined to accept them under those conditions.
Since COVID hit, I have not tried to check with any other vendors, but some in the past have thrown me a few old, somewhat messed up frames.
If none of that is something you want to try, have the wearer angle their arms on the frames up at even a 5-10 degree angle up into their hair. That will take the light angle out enough to likely take the reflection out of the image.


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Aug 21, 2020 20:10 |  #9264

In love and loss...
My life partner of 21 years, who left us on August 16th.


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Multiple organ failure from stage 4 metastatic cancer.

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Aug 21, 2020 20:23 |  #9265

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My life partner of 21 years, who left us on August 16th.
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Multiple organ failure from stage 4 metastatic cancer.

I'm very sorry for your loss.


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Aug 21, 2020 20:34 as a reply to  @ Tronhard's post |  #9266

My condolences Trev. I thought that might be why you haven’t posted much lately. So sad.


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Aug 21, 2020 20:36 as a reply to  @ Tronhard's post |  #9267

Sorry for your loss Trevor. Lovely picture of your life partner.


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Aug 21, 2020 21:29 as a reply to  @ Tronhard's post |  #9268

Very nice image Trevor. So sorry for your loss. I have a 36 year old nephew struggling with stage 4 cancer and every day I'm at a loss for words of comfort and feeling helpless.


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Aug 21, 2020 22:02 |  #9269

My condolences, Trevor. Such a hard loss. Hang in there, bud.


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Aug 21, 2020 22:34 as a reply to  @ Tronhard's post |  #9270

So sad. Painful times.
You'd shared earlier in the year the battles you had before you both.
Failing for words, but thinking of you and your loss.



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