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    Loving my Tokina, this lens is unreal. Cloned out the power lines that went back to shore. Don't tell anyone

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    why not just clone them out completely pole and all? Nice shot though. Is that on its own island?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvitalephotography View Post
    why not just clone them out completely pole and all? Nice shot though. Is that on its own island?
    I thought about that. Thought about seeing if I could get rid of the flagpole in front of the house as well since there was no flag flying. And yes, it's on it's own island. Look at this shot. See that little peninsula jutting out on the left? That's where I was standing when I took the picture.


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    A few from Sunday:

    #1 Portrait of a Solider 6D, Zeiss 50mm Planar, f/5.6


    2013_03_17_0095_upd by dthrog00, on Flickr

    #2 Statue Bokeh 6D, Zeiss 50mm Planar, f/1.4


    2013_03_17_0098_upd by dthrog00, on Flickr

    #3 Soliders and Flags with a Wreath 6D, 17-40L, 17mm, f/8


    2013_03_17_0090_upd by dthrog00, on Flickr

    #4 Field of Honor 17-40L, 17mm, f/8


    2013_03_17_0088_upd by dthrog00, on Flickr

    Thanks for viewing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nvitalephotography View Post
    why not just clone them out completely pole and all? Nice shot though. Is that on its own island?

    Went back and took out both the power pole, and the flagpole. It does look a lot better, although I kinda feel like a cheat by taking them out :P

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    More newborns :-)

    Kind of looks like she's smiling!

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    How about another one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Elberson View Post
    More newborns :-)

    Kind of looks like she's smiling!
    Mark:
    They are both nice, but the first one is very cute. What a great looking expression (you are right... she seems to be smiling).
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    Mark, great photos. I will be attempting something very similar in May. Do you have any tips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photog82 View Post
    Mark, great photos. I will be attempting something very similar in May. Do you have any tips?
    Thanks!

    1) Sleep babies = cuter than awake babies :-)
    2) What's not in the frame is often more important than what's in the frame. Keep your background clean and uncluttered. A blanket can go a long way. Also, experiement with tilting the camera and varying your perspective.
    3) Avoid contrasty light but it should not be flat. Big soft light works well with babies.

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