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Apr 23, 2011 07:22 |  #7396
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A big Thank you for the pictures with the laptop and tripod so what size is that laptop? because I have one and its a dell 15"4 widescreen. I will not be carrying one all day just when I travel than I will remove it, for less weight. I also know what you mean about the tripod legs. And Will the flipside 400aw hold a 60D with grip on?.

Btw what is the price for this bag? I can get it for 980RMB in China do you think this is to much?

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Just snapped these to show what I mean. Don't judge ;)
So this is where you can put a small laptop.
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Apr 23, 2011 08:45 |  #7397

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A small update for those wondering! I did a studio shoot woth my girlfriend yesterday, today is the big event shoot (money raising for handicaped kids), tomorrow will be the airplane shoot and the day after tomorrow I found a girl (a nice and sexy girl I must say ;)) willing to model for me, so I have another shoot coming!

I also have a personnal project/idea that I want to try after that. I'll try to replicate a picture from Pitbull, he was in a studio. Lools like a nice challenge!

Anyway, have a good day guys!

Awesome! Getting gigs is fun. Most kids in high school were flipping burgers for money when I was out making money and doing charity work with my camera at 17 years old. You're very lucky to be younger with the digital age where it is today. I would have never changed professions if it wasn't for hating film for making money.

Good job dude! It doesn't matter what field you enter, working hard will put you above the rest. :cool:


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Apr 23, 2011 08:58 |  #7398

Thanks Canon_Lover (name..?)!

Here are the results of my quick session with the girlfriend, first time gelling my background flash, c&c is always welcomed ;)
Between, she really hates posing and having her picture taken, but she wanted some new pictures. Working with a model who doesn't not want to pose is hard. But I think I've been able to make some good ones. Let me know ;)

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Apr 23, 2011 09:03 |  #7399

Great shots :) My only suggestion would have been slightly better lighting from (her) right side on the 2nd one... for 'not wanting to pose', she seems to have done fine (and you as well) :)


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Apr 23, 2011 09:08 |  #7400

Mistabernie wrote in post #12277430 (external link)
Great shots :) My only suggestion would have been slightly better lighting from (her) right side on the 2nd one... for 'not wanting to pose', she seems to have done fine (and you as well) :)

Thanks for that :)

I agree with you, I knew that shot's lighting was bad. I've included a picture of the setup in my post, see why I missed it. Softbox camera right, but her face is looking more to the left. I should have moved the softbox to my left a bit, but I did not spot the bad lighting when I chimped. Lesson learned I guess ;)


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Apr 23, 2011 09:13 |  #7401

Yeah, that makes sense. Very nice stuff regardless :)


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Apr 23, 2011 09:37 |  #7402

Nice work David, you've definately improved a ton!!! Cant wait to see more... Im racing in todays event (Pro-Am Drift contest) and Ill see if I can sneak some peaks around the sidelines. But between track runs, practice runs and driver meetings I highly doubt it.

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Apr 23, 2011 09:41 |  #7403

Dr.D wrote in post #12276302 (external link)
Just snapped these to show what I mean. Don't judge ;)
So this is where you can put a small laptop.
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This is how the bag tips. I guess if you put it an the ground it's ok, but while hiking I put it down on a large rock and a picnic type park bench and it was a little sketchy thinking it could lose it's balance pretty easy.
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I have the same bag and my IBM X31 fits nicely in the Flipside 300. Only thing is I put an extra piece of buffer material between the laptop and camera and lens I dont want them to grind against each other. I never had any issue with tripod coming out of the bottom pouch as it is small enough to fit all three legs in there.


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Apr 23, 2011 09:45 as a reply to  @ dlsfever's post |  #7404

Anyone have this battery?
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I needed a second battery and saw this. It came out to $16 and change and had great reviews. thanks

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Apr 23, 2011 10:09 |  #7405

Mistabernie wrote in post #12277430 (external link)
Great shots :) My only suggestion would have been slightly better lighting from (her) right side on the 2nd one... for 'not wanting to pose', she seems to have done fine (and you as well) :)

Ditto. :D Good work Rivest. #3 is well framed and shows personality in the subject.

Having a larger white reflector handy makes it easier to fill shots quicker when moving your lights is not as fast.

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Apr 23, 2011 10:19 |  #7406
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How can you have the same bag? yours is the (flipside 300 aw) and the pictures shown is the flipside 400 aw;)

dlsfever wrote in post #12277631 (external link)
I have the same bag and my IBM X31 fits nicely in the Flipside 300. Only thing is I put an extra piece of buffer material between the laptop and camera and lens I dont want them to grind against each other. I never had any issue with tripod coming out of the bottom pouch as it is small enough to fit all three legs in there.


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Apr 23, 2011 10:20 |  #7407

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Anyone have this battery?
http://www.amazon.com/​gp/product/B003ZSHKIO (external link)

I needed a second battery and saw this. It came out to $16 and change and had great reviews. thanks

Dan.

Looks good. Only some minor complaints of not charging all the way. Since it is sold by Amazon, why not buy one? They will take it back if it is a bogus product.

Report back! Might pick one up myself. :)


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Apr 23, 2011 12:02 |  #7408

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A big Thank you for the pictures with the laptop and tripod so what size is that laptop? because I have one and its a dell 15"4 widescreen. I will not be carrying one all day just when I travel than I will remove it, for less weight. I also know what you mean about the tripod legs. And Will the flipside 400aw hold a 60D with grip on?.

Btw what is the price for this bag? I can get it for 980RMB in China do you think this is to much?

Sorry this is the 300. I think the laptop is a 12in., but has a little wiggle room. I paid about $70USD so not sure what that converts to. It will hold a 60D gripped, but then you lose the room for the laptop. You could always take the grip off and put it in another part of the bag though.

From left top down-A 430EX and wall charger.
Middle down-light sphear and 18-135 mounted on the 60D
Right down-50mm and 75-300
I think this is similar to what you want to carry, so if you wanted to put the grip in the pouch under the camera and your small camcorder in the spot I have the light sphear this might work for you. Also the wife's P/S could go next to the camera since there is a little room by the grip. Id did find this though-http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=cJH3gr9NLeM (external link)

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Second pic shows how I have put the GFong puffer in my light sphere and turned the 430EX diffuser backwards to fit the the bottom of the GF to be able to get more in here.
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Apr 23, 2011 12:12 |  #7409

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Thanks Canon_Lover (name..?)!

Here are the results of my quick session with the girlfriend, first time gelling my background flash, c&c is always welcomed ;)
Between, she really hates posing and having her picture taken, but she wanted some new pictures. Working with a model who doesn't not want to pose is hard. But I think I've been able to make some good ones. Let me know ;)
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David, Good job! The poses are much better this time. She looks like she's enjoying it more this time, and I think that makes a difference. Are those the gels you got from Mike?? They do a great job. Good job all around.;)


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Apr 23, 2011 13:10 |  #7410

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Thank you very much. I saw the exif in flickr already but thanks for the extra infos.

Did you do some sharpening in PP?

Thanks again.

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You're welcome. I did run the default sharpening in LightRoom, and a little bit of noise reduction.

More photos! I'm now officially caught up, as long as I don't count what's still in my camera from this morning.

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Also, is anyone using the RRS L-bracket with their 60D? If so, how much does it interfere with the rotation of the LCD?

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