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Dec 07, 2019 21:30 |  #35461

TRhoads wrote in post #18971798 (external link)
I have to sell my 135 and 50...so I have funds to add to that...just didn't realize it was 2100 bucks...I had 1800 in my head for some reason.

What discount was that?

It still has a really good .edu discount.


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Dec 07, 2019 21:40 |  #35462

One more of my new lamp but lit this time. I wanted to keep it underexposed so that the details didn't get blown out. It's amazing how many dust specks, seams, and other flaws pop out under a little bright light scrutiny.

I did like how my sig turned out at least (The shadow shows up better on Flickr). :lol:

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Dec 07, 2019 21:49 |  #35463

TRhoads wrote in post #18971798 (external link)
I have to sell my 135 and 50...so I have funds to add to that...just didn't realize it was 2100 bucks...I had 1800 in my head for some reason.

What discount was that?

It was $1,800 till the tariffs went into effect


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Dec 07, 2019 21:50 |  #35464

navydoc wrote in post #18971801 (external link)
One more of my new lamp but lit this time. I wanted to keep it underexposed so that the details didn't get blown out. It's amazing how many dust specks, seams, and other flaws pop out under a little bright light scrutiny.

I did like how my sig turned out at least (The shadow shows up better on Flickr). :lol:

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Real neat lamp Gene. I always really enjoy the things like this that you photograph.


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Dec 07, 2019 22:55 |  #35465

David Arbogast wrote in post #18971808 (external link)
Real neat lamp Gene. I always really enjoy the things like this that you photograph.

Thanks very much David. Since I can't compete with the landscapes and cityscapes the rest of you do, I appreciate that you enjoy my small contributions to this forum.


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Dec 08, 2019 00:31 |  #35466

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Dec 08, 2019 02:51 |  #35467

navydoc wrote in post #18971801 (external link)
One more of my new lamp but lit this time. I wanted to keep it underexposed so that the details didn't get blown out. It's amazing how many dust specks, seams, and other flaws pop out under a little bright light scrutiny.

I did like how my sig turned out at least (The shadow shows up better on Flickr). :lol:

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Wow; that is one gorgeous lamp AND pic. Thx for posting.


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Dec 08, 2019 07:07 |  #35468

Disney uses a lot of forced perspectives to make things look bigger and more grand than they really are. A lot of the structures basically get narrower as they grow taller to create a faux keystoning effect that makes things look taller. It screws with your mind when you try to correct keystoning in post...particularly when you're conditioned to thinking things are supposed to look a certain way

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Dec 08, 2019 08:16 |  #35469

Ben DDS wrote in post #18971800 (external link)
It still has a really good .edu discount.

I don't have any education discount eligibility...

mystik610 wrote in post #18971807 (external link)
It was $1,800 till the tariffs went into effect

Ah...I thought it was 1800...might have to find a used one.


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Dec 08, 2019 10:32 |  #35470

Went on a Board Tour with my Archaeology Group

Petroglyphs are easier to shoot but landscape features are tough. The mound of dirt below is a 1000 year old Hohokam Ball Court which was a cultural and religious competition ring.

The Geographic glyphs are interesting in that they are trying to wipe the original glyphs out. if you look behind the geometric shape you can see a deer on the left and hunter with bow on the right.

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Dec 08, 2019 13:51 |  #35471

I'm really digging the surface book 2 life. Touch screen with full fledged photo apps is awesome...using a pen in post is a dream. Plus being able to PP out of Capture One in tablet mode while curled up on the couch is pretty damn liberating. Even for the raw files that don't fit on my internal drive, I can process off the previews in offline mode and then export my work when I dock to the base where my hard drives are connected and the dedicated GPU resides. Really nice.


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Dec 08, 2019 15:14 |  #35472

Went to the Kimbell in Fort Worth to see Renoir and was lucky to grab this shot; golden hour at its best

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Dec 08, 2019 15:42 |  #35473

Here is my full collection of oil lamps. The four flat wick oil lamps on the left are what I've used for many years for those times when there is a power outage. The chimneys on them are very dusty at the moment but I find that makes a very good diffuser of light. :)

And of course, I use my Ronson Touch Tip Lighter in the foreground to light them all.

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Dec 08, 2019 18:56 |  #35474

Wanted some fall photos of the kids..... took a lot of energy to make this happen :-P

A9 + FE 85 f1.8, part 1 of 3


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Dec 08, 2019 18:58 |  #35475

part 2 of 3


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