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Oct 30, 2009 15:44 |  #2356

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I bet she ended up with a moustache anyway a few years after that painting.. :lol:

Dammit Scott...

I just had this monitor cleaned too!! :lol:


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Oct 30, 2009 15:45 |  #2357
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beano wrote in post #8925806 (external link)
I bet she ended up with a moustache anyway a few years after that painting.. :lol:

And she's a skeleton now, but I still don't think we should change it to reflect present reality :-)

Much better to leave it the way it was originally constructed.


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Oct 30, 2009 15:58 |  #2358

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And she's a skeleton now, but I still don't think we should change it to reflect present reality :-)

Much better to leave it the way it was originally constructed.

We also shouldn't change images to reflect our own personal preferences.


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Oct 30, 2009 16:06 |  #2359

TMR Design wrote in post #8925901 (external link)
We also shouldn't change images to reflect our own personal preferences.

Why not? I always give my wife 44DD's while editing her pics.;)


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Oct 30, 2009 16:33 |  #2360

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Why not? I always give my wife 44DD's while editing her pics.;)

LOLOLOL. I never knew that was your preference Randy. That size would frighten most women. Be careful.


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Oct 30, 2009 17:04 |  #2361

160WS Flashpoint strobe in 24" sq. Flashpoint softbox camera right. White styrofoam reflector camera left)
(sometimes, a custom knife can be sexy !) :D


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Oct 30, 2009 19:44 |  #2362

I don't know if this is my first post here or my second one, but I've always been intimidated by some of the works posted here by members... so here goes nothing. (Literally.)

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Oct 30, 2009 19:54 |  #2363
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seanzky wrote in post #8927027 (external link)
I don't know if this is my first post here or my second one, but I've always been intimidated by some of the works posted here by members... so here goes nothing. (Literally.)

Nice shot, but it's not "literally" nothing, due to there being something there.


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Oct 30, 2009 19:57 |  #2364

Not sure if this conforms

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4 strobes in to a single lightbox. Does that count?

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Oct 30, 2009 20:02 |  #2365

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Not sure if this conforms
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4 strobes in to a single lightbox. Does that count?

Some have argued that is doesn't count but I think the majority have concluded that since the 4 flashes act as one light source that it meets the criteria for this thread. :D


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Oct 30, 2009 20:04 |  #2366
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ed. wrote in post #8927074 (external link)
Not sure if this conforms

4 strobes in to a single lightbox. Does that count?

Yeah, I reckon it does - it's just a case of power.


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Oct 30, 2009 20:08 |  #2367

ed. wrote in post #8927074 (external link)
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4 strobes in to a single lightbox. Does that count?

Four strobes that fire from one spot counts as one I think. Looks awesome!


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Oct 30, 2009 20:14 |  #2368

It's got 2 light sources... 1 = softbox, 2 = sun :p
okok I won't stir the pot hehehe


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Oct 30, 2009 20:33 |  #2369

Hi this is my first post shot with just a beauty dish and a reflector if that counts....

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Oct 30, 2009 20:47 |  #2370

it's hand made isn't it, based on the knife's surface pattern
must be very flexible and sharp at the same time

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