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Old 10-20-2012, 05:03 AM #85
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Old 10-20-2012, 11:01 PM #86
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Long time lurker here. Just bought a D200 today.

This is one of the first 20 or so images out of the camera with the cheap 18-55 lens. It's no ceiling fan but it's the best I could do with the first hour or so with the camera...

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4 seconds at f16, ISO 200. shot with a 16mm on a full frame D800. I had to crop in a bit since the ND filter was showing.

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Long time lurker here. Just bought a D200 today.

This is one of the first 20 or so images out of the camera with the cheap 18-55 lens. It's no ceiling fan but it's the best I could do with the first hour or so with the camera...

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I'd give it a but also a
cool composition, but you're making art out of art. shooting statues or structures that would be considered someone else's art, well, i dunno.. takes a lot more in my opinion to make it a cool photo. but I think you're off to a good start. congrats on the camera.
you've got a bit of sensor dust in the top left corner of your image.
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Old 10-22-2012, 01:41 PM #88
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I do it just to annoy you.
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I'd give it a but also a
cool composition, but you're making art out of art. shooting statues or structures that would be considered someone else's art, well, i dunno.. takes a lot more in my opinion to make it a cool photo. but I think you're off to a good start. congrats on the camera.
you've got a bit of sensor dust in the top left corner of your image.
Yeah you have a point there. EDIT: Also that statue was just off the interstate that I saw on the way home and figured it'd be a good place to start messing with the camera (better than at home).

Got the D200 (body is great condition w/ 42000 count), a kit lens, and a speedlight for 300...

I noticed dust after uploading the images too. What methods do you guys have experience with to get rid of it? I saw one big piece and used a brand new lens cloth to get it off but after reading I feel that may have potentially been a very bad idea...
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I have to agree with this, as well as Real Mr's note about your watermark previously.

If you dont draw attention from your thread alone, you probably dont need the extra attention it brings.
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Old 10-22-2012, 06:45 PM #94
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This is unflattering as all hell for the subject and she just looks uncomfortable. Turning the couple and shooting this from their side would've been a much more suitable shot. Also her legs should be positioned closer to the rear foot of the guy. The "dip" is meant to make it look like she is nearly flat.

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High voltage wire going directly through the female's head. Why not clone it out? Plenty to work with in the trees to make that line disappear. Same with the person in the left of the frame.
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Thanks for that. This was my first time on a job like this, I was second shooter/child distracter for a friend who was doing the shoot. I didn't make anything off of this and really went for the experience since most of what I do is editorial and unstaged. Definitely stuff I'll keep in mind, I didn't even notice the power line in that shot. Composition is still my weak point.
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Yeah you have a point there. EDIT: Also that statue was just off the interstate that I saw on the way home and figured it'd be a good place to start messing with the camera (better than at home).

Got the D200 (body is great condition w/ 42000 count), a kit lens, and a speedlight for 300...

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Bought that exact bulb off adorama about 20 minutes after I posted that.

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The sensor of the camera is behind a thin sheet of glass. The best way to get dust off is first by using a dust blower to remove any loose dust. The dust that won't come off will require a wet cleaning using the correct sensor cleaning swabs.
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I was in a wedding this weekend and played photographer when I could. It was interesting, especially considering how drunk I was. I didn't do any posed shots because I didn't want to step on the toes of the official photog.


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Reddog I like that 2nd one a lot. And going back to the RAW convo, I started using it about a year ago and haven't looked back. Gives you so much more to edit with. Wish I started shooting RAW much earlier.

Without further ado... some yoga shots. Went for a more urban feel in Richmond this time. She was frustrated about the clothes being too baggy to photographic any ridiculous poses, but this was a product shoot for the company she's wearing. I don't think we got as many keepers as we have in the past.














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