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My second day with AB800 set-up

 
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Jan 21, 2008 21:24 |  #16

Hmm, I actually saw the grey dog in this link and refreshed and he's gone.....

I looked at the site - the shadows on your first image are too dark for me. Second image is huge but looks better. By the time you got to the last shot of the young lady you had gotten the shadows opened up enough but there seems to be a color issue. I would suspect with one light camera right you will need more reflected light on the left to bring the shadows up.

Now the dogs look pretty good.


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Jan 21, 2008 21:25 |  #17

cool dog photos. not bad for starters.




  
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Jan 21, 2008 21:25 |  #18

Weird, now the pictures are showing up in the thread for me.


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Jan 21, 2008 22:41 |  #19

I see a couple of dogs.


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Jan 22, 2008 06:52 |  #20

Thanks guys. I started out mostly concerned about light placement so I took several shots of my stepdaughter with WB set to auto. Then I read on AB web sight that the ABs are WB to 5600. I set my WB to 5600 for the dogs. Still, more issues. I get a bit of a reddish tint when printing. Man, the challenges keep coming.


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