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    Re: Post your Best Baby Portraits

    20D w/ 50mm 1.4, ISO 200, f 1.8, 1/125, natural light from window. 5 days old


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    New Equine Photos

    Just got back from an Equine Photography workshop in Southern CA - had an amazing time! The horses and models were fabulous, and I learned some new photoshop techniques. Hereare a few of my favorite...
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    Re: SanDisk Extreme III - fast enough?

    Thanks Daniel and Bob for the quick replies! The Extreme III is definitely going to work better for my budget.


    Thank you for the warning Bob. I think I will be okay with 3 8GB cards, my 4GB and...
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    SanDisk Extreme III - fast enough?

    I'm thinking about purchasing 2-3 of their 8GB cards (they areofferinga rebate through March 28th). Currently I have a 20D, but will be upgrading to a 1DsMkII this year, and also using that body for...
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    Re: Lens vs. Body

    I'll share advice that was given to me - upgrade your lens. Camera bodies update fairly frequently, which could work the price down more in your favor if you are eyeing a used body. The lens,...
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    Re: Help me decide...

    I agree, I would vote for the 70-200mm. I have the f/4 and it does stunning portraits - very sharp, good color, and excellent brokeh. And gives you more versatility. Though I guess the 85mm would...
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    Re: my first 5dmkII video project..

    Nicely done, good editting. I'm a fan of the band too, so of course I enjoyed (though their Crimson album is my favorite)! I thought your sis did a real nice job as well. Thanks for sharing!
  8. Re: **Let's Poll** Which Canon DSLR do you use?

    The 20D isn't on the poll - how sad! Definitely time for an upgrade! :) (I'm holding out for a 1DsMkII)
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    Re: Poster-Sized prints - Help!

    Thanks for the resources! I was able to talk them into doing a 24x36 print and used the enlargement technique in my Adobe Photoshop CS3 book by Scott Kelby. Prints came out pretty decent, though I'm...
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    Polo (the horse kind!)

    Had tobe a good alumni and cheer onCal Poly last weekend as they played Stanford at the Horsepark at Woodside (arena polo, not field). I played polo for 3 years in college, but haven't had the...
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    Re: Lightning over Pine Key, FL

    I've always wanted to try shooting lightning, but have never gotten around to it. Great shot!
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    Re: newborn photos

    So cute! I love newborn photos (3 of my friends are pregnant, and I can't wait to take their baby pics). I espcially like the first shot. Did you use flash, or natural light from a window, or...?...
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    Re: Senior Pictures

    Wow - looks like a completely different girl! Definitely different from the ripped jeans look. :) Looks nice - I like the lighting on this one better. Was this shot handheld or on a tripod?
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    Poster-Sized prints - Help!

    Okay, so the company I work for is interested in ordering some of my prints to put in the office (yay!). However, they want the final size to be 30x40, and the pictures they want were taken with my...
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    Re: Senior Pictures

    I agree that the subject looks a little dark - and with her black shirt she blends into the wall a little. I have no experience using any kind of a flash, but it sounds like Sinh has a good...
  16. Re: Learning PhotoShop or similar software for post?

    I will say that Kelby's book (I'm sure he has a CS2 version) has step-by-step pictures to go with the instruction so it's very easy to follow, and good for visual learners. I have also gone on...
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    If you already have PS, I'm sure there are lots of books that will cover the basics about how to use the different tools and layers, etc etc. Once you have a general knowledge of where to find things...
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    Re: Local Burds

    Very nice! I think #2 is my favorite. The detail in the feathers and color is excellent, and very nice soft backgrounds. Were most of these closer to the 400mm focal length?
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    Re: Stormy Day Landscapes

    Thank you everyone for your comments. I really enjoy these forums and the ability to get feedback on photos - always nice to get more than one perspective on an image.


    TheRoff - thank you for...
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    Re: Fireman

    I like it; it's got some mystery about it. I think what I don't like is that the subject is dead center - perhaps a crop so the subject is more on the right side? Just a thought... Thanks for sharing!
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    Stormy Day Landscapes

    Took some pics on a nearby mountain a few weeks back, in between some storms. Don't have very riveting landscapes in my area, but I thought the clouds and therefore lighting added some interest....
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    Re: Post processing suggestions needed

    If you have Photoshop, duplicate the background layer, then change the blend mode from Normal to Screen - this will lighten the entire photo. Not light enough, repeat again. Too light, adjust the...
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    Re: Post processing suggestions needed

    Okay, can't say that my version is any better, but just thought I'd give it a shot. :)


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    I adjusted...
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    Wow, I have to say I'm pretty impressed with the reduced noise - when I saw ISO 3200 I was surprised at the relatively small amount. I've heard good things about Noise Ninja but have never tried it....
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    Re: Ranch roping

    Thank you all for the feedback!
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