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Poll Results: Should i plan a built-in "extra" monitor ~9-13" modded into a transparent window or built in speakers?

 
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post #381 of 3109
I second the white ones!!
post #382 of 3109
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Thanx both of you for the help. I'll definitely go with the umbrella's then!!

I also thought u were supposed to reflect of them tongue.gif I'm glad you mentioned that thumb.gif

So which of these 2 types of umbrellas are better for build log pics, the white ones or the black reflector ones?


It depends what your room is and what you want to do with the light. The "white" ones are called shoot through umbrellas. You aim the flash through the umbrella --



The silvered umbrellas with the black background are bounce umbrellas --



So you shoot through the transparent ones and bounce back from the ones with backing. Some umbrellas come as both with a removable backing so you can use them as shoot through or bounce.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/42512-REG/Photoflex_UM_RUT60_Convertible_Umbrella_60.html


Shoot through is generally more pleasing for people, IMO. Its softer and you can get the light source closer so it is larger. Bounce is probably better for product photography.
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It depends what your room is and what you want to do with the light. The "white" ones are called shoot through umbrellas. You aim the flash through the umbrella --
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The silvered umbrellas with the black background are bounce umbrellas --
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So you shoot through the transparent ones and bounce back from the ones with backing. Some umbrellas come as both with a removable backing so you can use them as shoot through or bounce.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/42512-REG/Photoflex_UM_RUT60_Convertible_Umbrella_60.html


Shoot through is generally more pleasing for people, IMO. Its softer and you can get the light source closer so it is larger. Bounce is probably better for product photography.

Yes I have both and for what he is buying and trying to do the white ones are best. I use 2 of them and it gives me enough light to take very nice pictures. if I knew how so with me it is hit and miss a lot of the times. and sometimes I don't take off glasses and then it is not focused correctly but always have enough light...
post #384 of 3109
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Yes I have both and for what he is buying and trying to do the white ones are best. I use 2 of them and it gives me enough light to take very nice pictures. if I knew how so with me it is hit and miss a lot of the times. and sometimes I don't take off glasses and then it is not focused correctly but always have enough light...

Enough light, sure smile.gif the quality of light is different between the two types. The shoot through generally results in softer light as you have to get the umbrella closer to the subject and thus the light source is larger.

With shoot through you *must* consider what color your walls and ceiling are as the light will reflect all around the room. With bounce umbrellas you have a better way of aiming the light -- more directionality and specularity -- without as much spill over. If you use shoot through umbrellas in a room painted blue your photos will definitely have a blue cast, but you can control that better with bounce.
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Thanx for the help guys.
+1 for everybody. Definitely gonna go with the white umbrellas. I just slept for a few hours. Now i can order the rest of my camera stuff thumb.gif
    
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Over the past few weeks, I've noticed you posting what seems like everywhere. tongue.gif Cool to see you have a log yourself....interested in seeing where this goes. wink.gif
Also I like how you've blossomed from looking like a cell phone pic snapping...well nubs (sorry)....to now picking up a nice DSLR and experimenting with different things. I myself am new to photography and I have a lot of fun with it.
post #387 of 3109
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Thanx tongue.gif
Yeah, i definitely follow alot of threads and build logs on here. Too much stuff to learn on OCN biggrin.gif

As far as the pics, i figured if people were gonna take the time to check out my build log, might as well have decent quality pics for them to see. I'm trying not to spend too much time & money on the photography end of things, just really wanna be able to take halfway decent build pics. I'm glad its a noticeable improvement tho thumb.gif
    
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Over the past few weeks, I've noticed you posting what seems like everywhere. tongue.gif Cool to see you have a log yourself....interested in seeing where this goes. wink.gif
Also I like how you've blossomed from looking like a cell phone pic snapping...well nubs (sorry)....to now picking up a nice DSLR and experimenting with different things. I myself am new to photography and I have a lot of fun with it.

Haha this.


Excited to see the upcoming photos man thumb.gif
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post #389 of 3109
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Yeah i can't wait to get the rest of my camera stuff either biggrin.gif
Hopefully buying the lighting setup & some seamless paper for a backdrop shoud help alot

Also for any1 who didn't notice this post in the WC Gallery Thread
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Directly from Hank, the owner of PPC's, in reference to the Monsoon Hard Line bending kits:

http://www.modders-inc.com/monsoon-premium-water-cooling-components-hardline-tubing/

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post #390 of 3109
Do they include a silicone forming rod?
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