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Dec 15, 2015 23:34 |  #9406

Ive been mia for a bit and all I can say is wow to all the amazing images I just scrolled through! Awesome work everyone!!!


Here is something recent that I edited from a shoot I did in July in NYC. Where I was sitting in the BTS shot is where the model was sitting and my 600B was boomed slightly lower;)

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Dec 16, 2015 00:37 as a reply to  @ JoeyBaccala's post |  #9407

Dude, been wondering where you've been! And of course it's like your 70-200 is permanently stuck at 200mm f2.8 lol. (I do love mine there as well) Awesome as usual, and now I'll be following you on IG.


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Dec 16, 2015 20:49 |  #9408

What trigger system are you using for those faster then sync shots?


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Dec 16, 2015 20:56 as a reply to  @ DisrupTer911's post |  #9409

He uses Yongnuo 662's I believe


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Dec 17, 2015 18:22 |  #9410
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Dec 18, 2015 06:25 as a reply to  @ Alveric's post |  #9411

Wow. How did you do that?




  
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Dec 18, 2015 10:12 |  #9412

Macro lens. That one is on my bucket list for next year.


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Dec 18, 2015 11:47 |  #9413
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Wow. How did you do that?

EF 100mm f/2.8 L lens with three Kenko extension tubes ( (12+20+36)mm). I don't have an MP-E 65mm unfortunately.

I was trying with the same lens coupled with a reversed nifty-fifty, but on a full frame camera I was getting this fish eye look (sans the barrel distortion, of course):


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On a crop camera you don't get the extreme vignetting, but I wasn't getting any good results. When I tried with the crop camera (Canon XSi) and the extension tubes, all the photos were soft. You can see how much here:


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Even after clarity and sharpening adjustments, the flake is still too soft. So, I said to heck with magnification, and used the 5D2 instead. You don't get vignetting at 100mm with the extension tubes, but you do have to adjust the exposure by 2-3 stops, hence the high-efficiency reflector on the strobe, which was firing at 250J.

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Dec 18, 2015 18:53 |  #9414

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Dec 22, 2015 02:45 |  #9415

One-light setup. Profoto Magnum is shooting through a closely-placed diffusion panel to create a featureless disk for the key. The panel also generates secondary fill. Primary fill comes from the two sheets of foam core.

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Yes, the shooting surface is an upside-down MacBook. :)

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Dec 22, 2015 08:20 as a reply to  @ RicoTudor's post |  #9416

RicoTudor...very nice




  
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Dec 22, 2015 12:48 |  #9417

RicoTudor wrote in post #17828061 (external link)
Yes, the shooting surface is an upside-down MacBook. :)

Well I'm glad someone has found good use for one! (I've spent the last few days stripping the keyboards and plastic out of 13" MBP's so we can sell the aluminium)


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Dec 22, 2015 21:23 |  #9418

Been following this thread for a while. Great thread to learn from. Amazing people, fantastic setups, creative ideas and stunning results. So I think its my time to contribute to this thread.

Here is the setup.


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And Here is end results.


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Dec 22, 2015 22:28 |  #9419

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I'm a big fan of bouncing light off cards for product shots, & that's a pretty nice image!


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Dec 23, 2015 00:02 |  #9420

appdroid wrote in post #17829263 (external link)
Been following this thread for a while. Great thread to learn from. Amazing people, fantastic setups, creative ideas and stunning results. So I think its my time to contribute to this thread.

Here is the setup.

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I've tried similar shots countless times but I'm the worst at managing dust. You got good results there. Very nice.


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