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MnemosyneMnemosyne Seeking SerendipityRegistered Users Posts: 251 Major grins
edited June 5, 2014 in Go Figure
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  • EphTwoEightEphTwoEight Major grins Registered Users Posts: 552 Major grins
    edited July 25, 2012
    Stunning!!
  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited July 25, 2012
    Lovely! Love the pose, the light, the gritty sourroundings...clap.gif
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • dharmaboydharmaboy Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 8 Beginner grinner
    edited July 27, 2012
    Wow! Great shot! I'm a newbie and would love to know the technical aspects of how you created the image if possible. You can post here or send me a message. Thanks!
  • MnemosyneMnemosyne Seeking Serendipity Registered Users Posts: 251 Major grins
    edited July 29, 2012
    dharmaboy wrote: »
    Wow! Great shot! I'm a newbie and would love to know the technical aspects of how you created the image if possible. You can post here or send me a message. Thanks!
    Define "technical aspects."
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  • dharmaboydharmaboy Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 8 Beginner grinner
    edited July 30, 2012
    What went into creating the image. What kind of gear were you using, lens, lighting? What about post processing? etc. I really like that look for photos, and wonder what goes into making such great images. Thanks!
  • MnemosyneMnemosyne Seeking Serendipity Registered Users Posts: 251 Major grins
    edited July 30, 2012
    dharmaboy wrote: »
    What went into creating the image. What kind of gear were you using, lens, lighting? What about post processing? etc. I really like that look for photos, and wonder what goes into making such great images. Thanks!
    I shot it with a 1Ds mkII, no lights, probably my 50 1.4 at f2 I think. As for photoshop I just played with contrast and color. Nothing special.
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  • dharmaboydharmaboy Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 8 Beginner grinner
    edited July 31, 2012
    Thanks!
  • ChrisLeeChrisLee Big grins Registered Users Posts: 20 Big grins
    edited March 4, 2013
    man this is awesome..
  • FlyNavyFlyNavy John L Registered Users Posts: 1,350 Major grins
    edited April 10, 2013
  • EphTwoEightEphTwoEight Major grins Registered Users Posts: 552 Major grins
    edited April 14, 2013
    This one, along with a few from Nikolai should go down as the best pics ever!
  • Bend The LightBend The Light Bend The Light Registered Users Posts: 1,887 Major grins
    edited April 17, 2013
    Nice. :)
  • fireguy.edfireguy.ed Big grins Registered Users Posts: 36 Big grins
    edited April 24, 2013
    Awesome is right!! I can only hope to accomplish this...
  • juanherediajuanheredia Major grins Madrid, SpainRegistered Users Posts: 345 Major grins
    edited May 5, 2013
    Beautiful!!! the photo too!
    Great work.
  • FlyNavyFlyNavy John L Registered Users Posts: 1,350 Major grins
    edited May 6, 2013
  • TinstaflTinstafl Major grins Registered Users Posts: 355 Major grins
    edited May 7, 2013
    Outstanding.
  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Registered Users Posts: 4,023 Major grins
    edited June 13, 2013
    This is just plain out NICE......would love to see it with a more traditional processing.
  • MnemosyneMnemosyne Seeking Serendipity Registered Users Posts: 251 Major grins
    edited June 13, 2013
    Hackbone wrote: »
    This is just plain out NICE......would love to see it with a more traditional processing.

    Define "traditional."
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  • HackboneHackbone Always learning Registered Users Posts: 4,023 Major grins
    edited June 13, 2013
    As it was taken, just corrected for color. It really is great as is. With out the Indy look.
  • daddybuzzkilldaddybuzzkill Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 6 Beginner grinner
    edited June 5, 2014
    The lighting is wonderful. I like the decision to place her off to the side and include the open space.
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