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Jan 04, 2006 16:35 |  #1

My 1st Picture post...... Kerry 7 and David 6 months....

2 - brollys 1 - vivitar 285 & 1 - Sunpak 3600

Pic has lost a bit of sharpness in downsize :(

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Jan 04, 2006 17:42 |  #2

Beautiful kids and a beautiful shot. I assume you were going for a high key effect but IMO, it's a little too overexposed.


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Jan 04, 2006 19:09 |  #3

Nice shot, ditto on the overexposed. But none the less nice shot.




  
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Jan 06, 2006 16:36 as a reply to  @ Kevin's post |  #4

Thanks for comments..glad i shoot raw...any better?


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Jan 06, 2006 16:39 as a reply to  @ b1gdaddy's post |  #5

that's better...do you mind if I play with it a bit?


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Jan 06, 2006 16:40 |  #6

I saw the first photo earlier and boy, am I glad I came back to it. The 2nd edit is much better. Your kids are beautiful and I love how you positioned them for the shot.


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Jan 06, 2006 16:43 |  #7

new here. love the pic, what lighting/setup do you use? At home? I need specs cuz I'm new and would love to do what you have done. Great pic but don't like the 'up the nose' of your girl. But still great shot. perfect of your son...love his hair. my son has curls too and they are tdf.


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Jan 06, 2006 16:56 |  #8

Welcome to you and to Tracy. It's great to see new people all the time because I'm pretty new.

Your first post is wonderful. The adjustment is great. Keep posting. You have beautiful kids.

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Jan 06, 2006 16:57 as a reply to  @ MsTracy's post |  #9

"that's better...do you mind if I play with it a bit?"

Go for it :D

"new here. love the pic, what lighting/setup do you use? At home? I need specs cuz I'm new and would love to do what you have done."

Just 2 brollys and 2 flashguns (vivitar & sunpak)........white duvet on floor shot overhead..... shot raw .... EXIF in 1st post

Still playing around myself.....not done much with indoor lighting before so i have a long journey ahead!!!!

"Great pic but don't like the 'up the nose' of your girl. But still great shot. perfect of your son...love his hair. my son has curls too and they are tdf."

I try not to force poses so grab what i can when i can... my kids get bored quickley when dad gets his gear out!:D

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Jan 06, 2006 17:00 as a reply to  @ b1gdaddy's post |  #10

I know what you mean about taking what you can get! I take a bunch at first that are 'ok' then hope and pray for better ones. :)
Hope I didn't tick you off w/ my comment...it came out the wrong way I think.
Anyway, what is your setup? I would love to know what all you used to take that picture because I'd like to do the same w/ my kids.

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Jan 06, 2006 17:07 as a reply to  @ MsTracy's post |  #11

here we go...


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Jan 06, 2006 17:12 |  #12

If you don't mind people playing with your photos, go into your sig and turn on the "Image Editing ok" switch.

There is a lot to be learned from this although some people prefer not to have their photos tampered with.


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Jan 06, 2006 17:20 as a reply to  @ MsTracy's post |  #13

MsTracy wrote:
I know what you mean about taking what you can get! I take a bunch at first that are 'ok' then hope and pray for better ones. :)
Hope I didn't tick you off w/ my comment...it came out the wrong way I think.
Anyway, what is your setup? I would love to know what all you used to take that picture because I'd like to do the same w/ my kids.

Thanks!
Tracy

No offence taken.....posted expecting good/bad comments all welcome!:)

I used vivitar 285, sunpak 3600, 2-silver brollys 350D with 50mm f1.8.




  
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Jan 06, 2006 17:24 as a reply to  @ Maureen Souza's post |  #14

"here we go..."

Thanks. I like the soft effect.




  
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Jan 06, 2006 17:26 as a reply to  @ scotgasch's post |  #15

scotgasch wrote:
here we go...

Love the work, can you explain what you did?


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