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Jun 09, 2010 21:34 |  #4816

I see. I should do that to make my workflow easier, ehy? I just repeat similar "actions" for certain looks. Give or take adjustments with the given image.


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Jun 09, 2010 21:39 |  #4817

ALaS wrote in post #10334862 (external link)
I see. I should do that to make my workflow easier, ehy? I just repeat similar "actions" for certain looks. Give or take adjustments with the given image.

I'm no photoshop wizard, so I mainly stick to using actions created by others. Mainly one for skin smoothing for glamour style work. But you can record an action and then play it back to it does the same thing to any image you apply it to. Try going on deviant art and downloading some of the free actions. doesnt matter which, just install and run them so you can see the general process




  
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Jun 09, 2010 22:04 as a reply to  @ gonzogolf's post |  #4818

I helped teach a lighting workshop last night for my local photography club. We had a great time but I didn't get to do much shooting. I did end up getting this shot that was one of my favorites of the few I took!

Lighting was 1-430exII on a FlexTT5 in a PLM64. Triggered by a miniTT1.

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Jun 09, 2010 22:07 |  #4819

markhyo wrote in post #10335027 (external link)
Lighting was 1-430exII on a FlexTT5 in a PLM64. Triggered by a miniTT1.

Nice shot!

You had enough power for this with a single 430 EX??
What was the EXIF on this if you don't mind me asking?
Also, which PLM? White/silver, bounce/shoot-through?




  
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Jun 09, 2010 22:24 |  #4820

Nice photo and cool frame Ryan!
If you can, please teach me how to create such cool frame. TIA.
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Tried to balance it to make it look like natural light...

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Jun 09, 2010 22:34 |  #4821

int2str wrote in post #10335037 (external link)
Nice shot!

You had enough power for this with a single 430 EX??
What was the EXIF on this if you don't mind me asking?
Also, which PLM? White/silver, bounce/shoot-through?

I shot this at ISO1600, 1/160 @ f/4. only because it was getting quite dim outside and I wanted to include the ambient background. However, I often use ISO100-200 with a single 430EXII in the PLM. Don't let people tell you that a single 430EXII is not powerful enough! I have the Silver 64" PLM. I didn't use the diffuser on this shoot.

Here's a few more from series

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Jun 09, 2010 22:40 as a reply to  @ markhyo's post |  #4822

I held my 430 ex in my hand and shot this little guy clinging to my wall outside the doorway. Not very exciting but I thought he was kinda neat.


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Jun 10, 2010 01:01 |  #4823

ALaS wrote in post #10334862 (external link)
I see. I should do that to make my workflow easier, ehy? I just repeat similar "actions" for certain looks. Give or take adjustments with the given image.

definitely.. i write a bunch of actions that make my workflow super quick for weddings. even simple things like (flatten image) on a button saves you time.. i've also written actions for resizing and watermarking, dodge/burn (in separate layers with a layer mask) and then a variety of other toning actions ;) makes life so much quicker and easier


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Jun 10, 2010 01:05 |  #4824

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Jun 10, 2010 02:53 |  #4825

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Jun 10, 2010 06:40 |  #4826

@ mark.. very nice
@ Ericson.. i am glad you are finally shooting again..


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Jun 10, 2010 07:42 |  #4827

markhyo wrote in post #10335178 (external link)
I shot this at ISO1600, 1/160 @ f/4. only because it was getting quite dim outside and I wanted to include the ambient background. However, I often use ISO100-200 with a single 430EXII in the PLM. Don't let people tell you that a single 430EXII is not powerful enough! I have the Silver 64" PLM. I didn't use the diffuser on this shoot.

Here's a few more from series

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Nice shots! The first is my favorite. Glad to hear you are involved teaching. Again, nice work!


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Jun 10, 2010 11:06 |  #4828

phamster wrote in post #10336576 (external link)
@ mark.. very nice
@ Ericson.. i am glad you are finally shooting again..

I have to. I'd like to talk to you about some things sometime soon.. important things! :D


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Jun 10, 2010 12:10 |  #4829

@Ericson great to see that you're posing your shots again. Always enjoyed your self portraits. :)


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Jun 10, 2010 22:43 |  #4830

Tigerkn wrote in post #10335134 (external link)
Nice photo and cool frame Ryan!
If you can, please teach me how to create such cool frame. TIA.
Kevin

Tigerkn, thank you. There are a few places you download backgrounds for free. The rest is PhotoShop...


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