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Sep 05, 2005 17:31 |  #1

It's a 30MB windows .exe file, apologies to other OS users, i'll get around to making a cross platform web show at some point when I get time. Total run time is in the order of 15 minutes, in two sections. I didn't go all out with special effects, but i've got a few in there that people might find mildly interesting.

Download here (external link).

There's a couple of shots of me mixed in there somewhere...


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Sep 05, 2005 18:01 |  #2

Tim:

That is real cool. Good idea. I bet she loved it when she saw it.

Great job.

I just relized what we are half a world away. When I was young real young I lived in Indonisia we were closer then. LOL


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Sep 05, 2005 18:11 |  #3

I'm half a world away from a lot of people on this forum! Yet thanks to modern technology i'm only a days flight from anywhere. Amazing stuff eh? I'm going to Indonesia (Bali) in a few days :)

Glad you like the show :) It's being given to them tonight, hopefully i'll get to run it with them there.


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Sep 05, 2005 18:23 as a reply to  @ tim's post |  #4

Hey Tim:

Bali wow I really liked Bali. I wish I was a little older to appriciate it.

Stay cool and keep your stick on the ice.

Please keep this is mind when shooting. Balinessian woman in a sarong at one of those beaches. If you get my drift. ;)


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Sep 05, 2005 18:24 |  #5

I've been to Bali before, it was nice, i'll have a good camera this time though so i'll be taking a few more pics... though i'll be mainly relaxing and having fun, and taking pictures as a sideline.


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Sep 05, 2005 22:54 |  #6

Tim,
Excellent show. I prefer the nightclub shots primarily because of the background (or lack thereof) but all were terrific. And I love the night shots. A very nice group of photos presented very well. I got some great ideas for future DVD slide shows.

They looked to be on-camera flash - is that the case?


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Sep 05, 2005 23:28 |  #7

Thanks Dave :) The nightclub is actually just a room in their house that they did up with a mirror ball and lights :)

There photos were all done with a 580EX on the 20D, Tokina 12-24 lens, wide angle panel flipped down on the flash. I didn't notice any significant red eye, or any at all myself. I often used high ISO (3200 sometimes) and wide apertures with FEC-1 to ballance the flash with ambient - and I did it in the first set because I was drunk and didn't notice the ISO. Actually I was drunk for every one of those photos... no tripod either.

If you want to see exif look at the last two folders here (external link).

That's a simple show by my standards, but complex isn't always good. If you want to see a great show by one of the masters, look here (external link).


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Sep 19, 2005 00:35 |  #8
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Tim, thanks for sharing this, i'm sure it'll come in handy to a bunch of people looking for software as such.




  
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