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  1. Thread: Need Lighting Help

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    If going with more gear is your answer then it...

    If going with more gear is your answer then it would be tough to deny the bang for the buck value from Paul C. Buff products.
    A reframing of the question and situation might lead to asking what the...
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    CRI data for Canon flash?

    Just wondering if anyone knows a website with published data on the CRI, Colour Rendering Index, for various flash heads? It isn't coming up in Google searches as a listed spec for any of the...
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    Not the easiest of decisions this week. Going...

    Not the easiest of decisions this week. Going with 'Stormy Pelican' for the week. Congrats Joel.
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    One From the Road 2599

    One From the Road

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    Starting with the assumption that you are not...

    Starting with the assumption that you are not wanting to turn these events into productions one way to do this is to put lights into the corners, aim them upwards at the ceiling, and just let it...
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    This is somewhat reminiscent of "Do Androids...

    This is somewhat reminiscent of "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"
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    If you are looking for multiple exposures of...

    If you are looking for multiple exposures of different locations in one negative the digital method would be compositing separate images as layers in editing software such as PhotoShop or Corel...
  8. Thread: Wedding Lenses

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    Expect you will have fun with this. Would...

    Expect you will have fun with this. Would recommend renting/buying a backup body even if only so you can have two lenses mounted all the time. It is hard to get the shot when you are changing lenses....
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    Interesting approach to pano shots.

    Interesting approach to pano shots.
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    Managed to escape the computer for a few hours...

    Managed to escape the computer for a few hours this evening. Figure somebody needs to kick things off.

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    One really good online resource for wedding and...

    One really good online resource for wedding and portrait photography with on and off camera flash is Neil van Niekirk's Tangents blog on his website http://neilvn.com/
    He does run through some...
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    Thought it was odd that I had never run into that...

    Thought it was odd that I had never run into that before. Then realized that I picked up the Kenko specifically for use with my old primes. The Canon TC has that part that sticks into the lens which...
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    Use old manual lenses with non chipped adaptors...

    Use old manual lenses with non chipped adaptors on a regular basis in Manual mode both stills and Live View. Just tried my 1.4x TCs. The Canon refuses to play nice and throws Error 1. My Kenko...
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    The pins are very easily bent if a card was put...

    The pins are very easily bent if a card was put into a bag without its cover on and anything blocked one of the holes. Have straightened pins before in cameras and card readers using tweezers. The...
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    Not an easy task this week. A number of images...

    Not an easy task this week. A number of images from multiple genres that I kept going back to look at have made it more difficult to pick only one. In the end I pick Sean's Magic Wings butterfly...
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    For serious editing there really is no substitute...

    For serious editing there really is no substitute for picking up a calibration device and doing the job properly. Just had a quick look on Amazon. Spyder and XRite ColorMunki are both running around...
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    Congrats Jayson and to you too Stuart!

    Congrats Jayson and to you too Stuart!
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    One thing that I do that is considered new and...

    One thing that I do that is considered new and novel, heresy for some, in print workshops is to view the image at print size, typically 33%, after editing and resizing has been done. In smaller...
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    I tend to do sharpening and noise reduction at...

    I tend to do sharpening and noise reduction at two stages. First is in ACR. Sharpening is to better define edges only so using Alt key while adjusting sliders I tend to mask rather heavily to avoid...
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    A rather lovely weekend with passing snow...

    A rather lovely weekend with passing snow squalls.... At least no bugs and for some reason no one else out to enjoy the day.

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  21. I assume you are wanting a consistent JPEG output...

    I assume you are wanting a consistent JPEG output across all your bodies for event shooting of some description. Used to do that for sports shooting. Found it took some time to do but the process I...
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    Always nice to see what everyone has been up to....

    Always nice to see what everyone has been up to.
    Sun on some flowers caught my eye this evening. Realizing I need to get out and away from the printer for a while...

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    This week really has gone to the birds for me....

    This week really has gone to the birds for me. While visiting with some friends out on a deck.

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  24. Thread: Gimbal Head Advice

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    A product called Friction Tape may also be rather...

    A product called Friction Tape may also be rather useful especially for plates without nubs. Putting some on the plate before mounting to the lens will make a dramatic difference. Available from...
  25. Thread: Lens for 5Ds?

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    Suspect that AFMA and perhaps using a tripod will...

    Suspect that AFMA and perhaps using a tripod will help. One easy way to field test is to use live view to focus on a target. Turn off live view and focus on subject. If the distance scale shifts then...
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