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Mar 28, 2013 23:01 |  #286

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Congrats VinZ you deserve it. Your work speaks for itself

thanks Ashley...


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Mar 29, 2013 00:16 |  #287

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looks good to me.

i saw the shots of my competition.. i think they used gel for different background color. which i think is good too to reduce PP time.

With green screen i need to have all hairs not blurry as much as possible so it's easy for my green screen software.

i bet you could rule the schools in your local area with your very competitive pricing and the quality of your work and the more you do the easier the workflow will go and you will start being able to knock down the processing time and getting the little tricks picked up with each shooting you do oh and look for the battery packs for your flashes so you can get 4 or 5 hours per charge out of each flash unit so you arent having to change batteries out and the advantage is that you get faster recycle rates as well with the battery packs.

also again congrats! im proud to see where you have gone with this and are able to start to really make a business of it! i look forward to see where you are in a years time, if i were a betting man id say you have a school or two more added to your list and starting to really rack in the cash and your wife wont argue with your camera purchases hehe


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Mar 29, 2013 01:37 |  #288

thanks russ. yes with the gig i remembered how useful it is the Action features of photoshop. it cuts down my pp time by 50%. i made an action in almost all the steps. one example is to create the collage, to create 4 wallet size fit in 5x7, etc.


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Mar 29, 2013 06:29 as a reply to  @ vinmunoz's post |  #289

I think I have my lens setup for awhile. Decided to have the following
Canon 70-200F4 ( track events)
Canon 85mm 1.8
Canon 16-35 2.8
Canon 50mm 1.8 ( might try out the siggy 1.4 maybe)

Not sure how the 70-200 will be on fully frame since the last time I had it , it was on my 60D but I think in will be good. Decided not to go with the 2.8 for now as far as 70-200 cuz of weight. Went threw the 70-200 F4 non is group thread on Flickr n I was very impressed with the shots.


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Mar 29, 2013 10:31 |  #290

Vinz - fantastic job and well earned reward! All the time practicing, researching, and testing payed off nicely. I wish you continuous success in your business. Onward and upward from here! Cheers.


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Mar 29, 2013 11:16 |  #291

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thanks russ. yes with the gig i remembered how useful it is the Action features of photoshop. it cuts down my pp time by 50%. i made an action in almost all the steps. one example is to create the collage, to create 4 wallet size fit in 5x7, etc.

I'm not sure if it would be any faster, but there's ways to do print layouts like that in Lightroom too, where you could setup a print template and put all of your images into a collection and just hit print for all... that is, if you're printing at home. Miller's has a great setup for doing stuff for schools too, I haven't tried it yet, but it looks very good. I just received my first wedding album design from them and it turned out fantastic.


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Mar 29, 2013 12:03 |  #292

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I think I have my lens setup for awhile. Decided to have the following
Canon 70-200F4 ( track events)
Canon 85mm 1.8
Canon 16-35 2.8
Canon 50mm 1.8 ( might try out the siggy 1.4 maybe)

Not sure how the 70-200 will be on fully frame since the last time I had it , it was on my 60D but I think in will be good. Decided not to go with the 2.8 for now as far as 70-200 cuz of weight. Went threw the 70-200 F4 non is group thread on Flickr n I was very impressed with the shots.

that looks like a nice selection, i would probably go with the canon 1.4 50mm if it was me as ive used it before and liked it alot.
i was using my 70-200 today with the kids and its great on full frame you will like it as its super sharp and very light


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Mar 29, 2013 12:38 |  #293

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that looks like a nice selection, i would probably go with the canon 1.4 50mm if it was me as ive used it before and liked it alot.
i was using my 70-200 today with the kids and its great on full frame you will like it as its super sharp and very light

May loom into the canon 50 1.4 also.heard the sigma one has a lot of issues. Guess its a luck of the draw with that.even tho the sigma 35 1.4 I had was a good copy


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Mar 29, 2013 13:49 |  #294

I've had sigmas before and never had any problems at all, I think the trick is always buy in store so you can test them. I think for you being in the us adarama will test before sending them out.


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Mar 29, 2013 15:22 |  #295

i better buy from adorama then. i bought my sigma 35 from amazon and returned it. can i order from adorama and tell them to test with a 5D Mark iii.


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Mar 29, 2013 15:43 |  #296

Yes I'm sure I read about it some ware on potn, I think it just takes a couple of extra days.

Here is one from me I've got my kids for a couple of days and Katie wanted a pic for her wall at home so this is what we did, I havnt gone overboard processing her eyes as they are beautiful and I wanted to keep them natural looking.

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Mar 29, 2013 16:17 |  #297

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Vinz - fantastic job and well earned reward! All the time practicing, researching, and testing payed off nicely. I wish you continuous success in your business. Onward and upward from here! Cheers.

Thank you very much mate.


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Mar 29, 2013 16:18 |  #298

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Yes I'm sure I read about it some ware on potn, I think it just takes a couple of extra days.

Here is one from me I've got my kids for a couple of days and Katie wanted a pic for her wall at home so this is what we did, I havnt gone overboard processing her eyes as they are beautiful and I wanted to keep them natural looking.

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wow! was this from your 100mm macro?


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Mar 29, 2013 16:27 |  #299

Thanks yes it was the 100mm, I used the beauty dish and a silver reflector below and a 120cm Octobox as a backdrop.


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Mar 29, 2013 16:32 |  #300

really really sharp. very nice Pauly.


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