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Mar 19, 2007 23:35 |  #1

Here is one of Jenny at 1600 ISO and No noise reduction. Some sharpening before conversion.:D


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Mar 19, 2007 23:39 |  #2

Great shot. I like the lighting. Was this shot with 5D?


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Mar 20, 2007 08:48 as a reply to  @ ZekaG's post |  #3

I like the conversion! Looks Great! Beautiful Model....

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Mar 20, 2007 08:51 |  #4

very nice shot like the lighting what kind of lighting did you use for this shot ?




  
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Mar 20, 2007 09:04 |  #5

she seems to have a hot spot on her forehead and hand, but this could be because of the high contrast.




  
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Mar 20, 2007 09:18 |  #6

Why the high iso? Was that intentional because you weren't using flash?


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Mar 20, 2007 10:21 |  #7

I like the feel of it. the tones in the jeans show alot of contrast in the conversion. The "choking myself" pose is a bit odd, but some girls are into that.
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Mar 20, 2007 10:27 |  #8

I like the feel of this shot, including the noise, but the blown highlights are distracting to me.


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Mar 20, 2007 18:28 as a reply to  @ rowdyred94's post |  #9

Thanks everyone.:D
I did use my 5D for this. It was candid and she was just sitting there in front of the modeling lamp with a soft box. I wanted to do a test at 1600 ISO to see how the noise was. (no strobe) The blown out areas didn't realy show up untill the conversion. Contrast to high I think.


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Mar 20, 2007 18:38 |  #10

it says a lot, great capture




  
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Mar 20, 2007 20:56 |  #11

Good composition, but agree with the hands comment - looks unnatural.


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Mar 21, 2007 08:50 |  #12

boomer1959 wrote in post #2903369 (external link)
Thanks everyone.:D
I did use my 5D for this. It was candid and she was just sitting there in front of the modeling lamp with a soft box. I wanted to do a test at 1600 ISO to see how the noise was. (no strobe) The blown out areas didn't realy show up untill the conversion. Contrast to high I think.

Must be nice to have a 5d- it's on my wish list, but so are about 500 other things.


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Mar 21, 2007 19:13 |  #13

hawk911 wrote in post #2906339 (external link)
Must be nice to have a 5d- it's on my wish list, but so are about 500 other things.

Thanks wesuggs, William, and Hawk.

Yes it is nice to have a 5D. I did alot of saving to get it and I am still debating if I should have waited for something better. Allthough this camera is no slouch. I am happy with the results so far. I was concidering the Mark III but it just isn't what I want with the 1.3 crop and 10 MP. It will be an awsome camera for the people that do by it, like the sports photographers.


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Mar 21, 2007 19:31 |  #14

Excellent comp. Forehead, wrist, and edge of hand are blown out.




  
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Mar 22, 2007 18:38 as a reply to  @ gparvan's post |  #15

Here we go edit #2:D


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