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Discussion in 'Bar' started by kramer1309, Jun 6, 2010.
scored this on craigslist pretty cheap
A couple shots using a Hoya R72 filter for infrared photography.
Some great stuff there guys!
Really like how this one came out:
more at facebook
Congratz, You have the cleanest looking mixwiz I have ever seen haha. A ridiculously rich nightclub I work for sometimes has one as a spare and it's the worst one I've seen.
Just went for a visit to Melbourne to mix a band I work for and to catch up with some friends. here is a few shots taken from all over the place
Also took a couple of quick portraits for a friend of mine who is a killer Drum Tech located in Melbourne, Australia
Took this with my cellphone:
Tried some light painting
Did my first unbound shots, really cool but pretty hard.
Shot a pic of my gf in my office-room, no clue why, but the light looked pretty cool imho.
Strange thing, it was next to the window, natural light and it wasn't dark at all in the room.
The quality itself could be better, would have loved to get me an EOS650D but Canon didn't
want me to get it... Still undecided if I should just buy the 700D, my 400D is ok, but I need
Long exposure, moving light around while shutter is open.
Sounds pretty interesting, what should I be looking for in the picture (what effect does it produce)?
You can do things like this:
I maily use flash, flashlight and EL-Wire.
This one is just using EL-Wire:
I've seen some amazing shots in this thread. There's some real talent here.
My wife and I just picked up a Canon t3i last week. She is going to use it mainly for her natural light studio where she photographs children. But I figure i'll mess around with it a bit too.
Here's a shot I took the other day after a guitar tracking session. I was playing around with the new nifty fifty we got as well. This lens sure does get some beautiful bokeh.
Just a few favourites from recently
Alright, i need some help from you.
I took pictures at a small festival recently with a Nikon D5100 and a Nikon 24-70mm F2.8. Everything was shot in raw. The lighting was really bad for photography but i have a few shots that turned out "ok". The pictures looked great in the camera but whenever i load them into Lightroom they have horrible color clipping:
When i loaded them into Lightroom the first 3 seconds of the image were pretty good, but when all data was loaded the clipping showed up.
Is there any way to fix/repair this? I know i can convert them to black and white, but some of the images aren't that strong in black and white.
arvoitus - have you got Lightroom set to apply some kind of RAW camera profile upon import? Check the bottom tab on the right in the Develop panel labelled "Calibration" to see this?
I really like how some of these pics of my new bass came out, especially since it was a very quick job:
beautiful pics nolly and glenn!! ^^
Sorry, 'bout that. here's some much higher resolution shots.
Shot in RAW & did some serious tweaking....
...and quite possibly the closest I've ever got to "perfect."
The model is Mellisa Night, and she's appeared in Maxim Canada. I gotta say, she's an incredible subject to shoot!
Probably going to be creating an "SMG Calendar" for 2014, with these types of shots, except models will be holding guitars/mics, that sort of thing. Should be a lot of fun!
Hell fucking yes, this completely solves the issue! Thank you Nolly, this saves about 75% of the images i took that day.
Damn, i have been using lightroom for over a year now ... how come i did not know of this setting?