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I was pretty sure that compact fluorescents don't emit a full spectrum and I think I'm right:
From: http://www.flickr.com/groups/techtalk/discuss/72157594174875013/

Which means there are dips in the "white" spectrum of these bulbs. They will never give a truly perfect color rendition because they don't emit a full spectrum of light... and you might be pulling your hair out over it.

Come on you really did not know this?? i would have thought you did. these lamps are not perfect and not they do not give the full spectrum of light but for what we are trying to do they are cheap and perfect for the job I think as you can correct this with software. the bulbs I have 105 watt ones were 20 dollars each and they do have a better range but still not the full spectrum of the light waves. actually you need 2 or more types of lamps to get the full spectrum of light and I can not remember where I learned or read this!!!mad.gif part of getting old and being a old partying pervert... killed not only bad brain cells but also some good ones!!!!!
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I think the wider aperture has improved the photos. Look at #2 and the last one -- the framing you did with the case slightly out of focus gives it some interest and depth. Sure it might have been on accident now but you can see that it looks good and replicate it in the future.

When I said "glare" on #3 I was confusing -- I meant the case was angled so it reflected the light oddly and it looks bluish. You're thinking of flare which is when the light hits the lens in a bad way and washes things out. While a lens hood CAN help here, you'd be better served with barndoors or gobos or something that stops the light at its source. So when you put up a light that is going to flare in to the lens, you also add something on the light that blocks it from aiming in that direction rather than counting on the lens hood to catch it.

 

Well i'm using the wider aperture on purpose cuz i've been reading a little about the topic. I understand a little bit about DOF and why pics look better with higher aperture. I just don't have it all figured out yet is what i meant. Like, previously i was mostly using f16 and f22. When i posted the macro shots before i had it wide open, but the other pics i posted that day were f9. Today i was shooting between wide open and f7.1. So i'm experimenting.

 

Edit: Yeah, the last one's my favorite out of all of em :D

#2 was actually a huge PITA because of a little flap of the backdrop that wouldn't wash out.

The main thing i don't understand about aperture is, does it have any actual relativity to how close you are to the subject, and whether you're zoomed in or not? I know it blurs out part of the screen, but then if i zoom in so the part that was in focus now takes up the whole screen will it blur part of that too?

 

Yeah, i definitely misunderstood you. I also gotta work on my backliighting. I'm terrible with it right now. I'm interested in using something to block it from hitting my rig, i just don't wanna spend a bunch of money and the bulbs get real hot. I don't know what's good to use that won't catch fire

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I was pretty sure that compact fluorescents don't emit a full spectrum and I think I'm right:
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It's close to impossible to use CFL if you want correct color rendition. There's no work around that. It's not the question of white balance, but of Color-Rendering Index (CRI) and color spectrum. Most CFL specify color temperature, so it's no brainer to set, however, their emission spectrum is not uniform, even lamps with CRI of 95 have severe dips in some parts of the spectrum. Since not all wavelengths are emitted, you loosing some color information -- something you cannot restore in Photoshop. There are people shooting with high-CRI studio CFLs, but you always can tell their pictures by strange greenish cast to them or somewhat unnatural skin color.

From: http://www.flickr.com/groups/techtalk/discuss/72157594174875013/

Which means there are dips in the "white" spectrum of these bulbs. They will never give a truly perfect color rendition because they don't emit a full spectrum of light... and you might be pulling your hair out over it.

 

I also have em shooting through umbrella's. My front 2 lights are freaking HUGE though. 85W 6500k. They look like a 3 month old baby LOL. I have the 45W 5500k's that came with the setup. I use the 45W for backlighting cuz it has no diffusion. I use the 85W's through umbrella's for my main lights.

 

Edit: I'm pulling my hair because i literally just have a terrible eye for it. I have terrible judgement alot of times whether i'm improving or degrading the photo. Like i'll work on a photo for 20 minutes, go to another photo and work on that, then go look at the one i finished before and think it looks terrible & start over =\

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What version of Lightroom are you using?

 

Lightroom 5.3. I think it's the newest version.


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Ok, first off your photos are great, but to help you feel better about Lightroom, here's a screenshot. I basically focus on the icons you see adjusted;

Exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows.

First get the exposure to where it seems correct, don't use it to brighten dark areas, just keep it balanced.

Second adjust your highlights, adjusting highlights is to darken or rarely brighten the lighter areas, typically you'll lower it if you have to adjust it at all.

Third adjust shadows, typically you'll be brightening up dark areas a tad.

Fourth, look at the contrast, 99% of the time you'll be increasing it to make the photo pop. I always do this last.

When you're using white photo background you'll usually need to adjust the Whites also to make sure you get the white truly white. Depending on the ISO in the photo you may adjust Luminance to reduce noise, but only a little.

For colors I will usually only ever adjust saturation to town down a color that is too strong and standing out too much. Otherwise for photos of computer stuff keep the colors straight from camera.

I forgot to mention cropping and rotation, before anything find the best crop and angle, always make sure some angle of the photo lined up a perfect vertical or horizontal angle, unless the photo is totally angled to begin with.

In no way am I an expert with Lightroom or photography, but these steps yield me great results.

BTW, I really hope this is useful, it took me forever to figure out how to take a screenshot with my Microsoft Surface biggrin.gif

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Thanx brotha, those r great tips!!!

 

Maybe my problem is toooooooo much adjusting.

 

Genereally (or lately) my process is usually like this

 

1: drop exposure about 50-100

2: raise contrast about 30-70

3: raise clarity between like 30-50

 

Then the rest depends on white or black backdrop. 

White Backdrop:

4: Raise Highlight & White

5: Raise Shadow & Lower Black

6: Maybe up saturation and drop Vibrance about equally

7: Raise Highlight

8: Raise Light

9: Drop Shadow & Raise Dark

 

Then i go back and play with all those trying to wash out the background while keeping the highlights from killing the image or the blacks looking washed out

THEN Clarity

1: Raise to about 80 along with its Radius and Definition

2: Adjust masking depending how it looks anywhere between 30 and 80. Then i usually lower the overall amount of Clarity a little bit

 

Luminance => 100

-Detail => 10

-Contrast => 10

 

Color => 100

-Detail => 10

-Smoothness => 10

 

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Raise Vignette for white backdrop, lower for dark backdrop

 

And everything i have listed right under white backdrop i pretty much reverse with a black backdrop =\

 

I'm definitely gonna take your advice for my next shots i take. Would also save me many hours.

 

Edit: also, very rarely i'll mess with a single colors settings. Mainly sometimes i saturate and lighten or darken the red when i think i washed it out by accident

 

Oh, also i keep my camera at ISO100

 

I definitely have been maneuvering around Lightroom like a bull in a china shop tho LOLLLL


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Yeah, LoL, you don't need to do hardly any of that, I promise if you follow my steps you'll edit every photo in just a few minutes each, max. Obviously this all relies on an adequately exposed actual photo. I use a tripod and use TV mode usually to set a low enough shutter speed so that the auto ISO is 100, then I play with the shutter speed further to get the adequate auto aperture for the shot. I sometimes use AV mode however if I'm going for a heavy bokeh shot and need to control the aperture. Stay away from vignette too, unless it really needs to be some stylish shot otherwise it's totally unnecessary.
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you do 30 minutes of work on the computer and then take a few pictures and spend a hour or 2 editing them and them we spend 2 days talking about how to make the pictures better. LOL biggrin.giflachen.gif sorry I am ROTFLMAO!!!!!! funny funny and enjoying it so much I thought about that and it has made my day I am finally smiling and don't care what happens at work. SO thanks for the cheer up... but you have to admit this is funny, even though it is fun it is funny, glad you are not taking shots of ????? we would spend hours discussing how to get colors just right!!! LOL


it all fun thanks for the laughs and the amazing build.,,,, you are doing a great job with case, parts and build.... and a amazing thread so much fun!!!! thumb.gifthumb.gif
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you do 30 minutes of work on the computer and then take a few pictures and spend a hour or 2 editing them and them we spend 2 days talking about how to make the pictures better. LOL biggrin.giflachen.gif sorry I am ROTFLMAO!!!!!! funny funny and enjoying it so much I thought about that and it has made my day I am finally smiling and don't care what happens at work. SO thanks for the cheer up... but you have to admit this is funny, even though it is fun it is funny, glad you are not taking shots of ????? we would spend hours discussing how to get colors just right!!! LOL


it all fun thanks for the laughs and the amazing build.,,,, you are doing a great job with case, parts and build.... and a amazing thread so much fun!!!! thumb.gifthumb.gif

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Yeah, LoL, you don't need to do hardly any of that, I promise if you follow my steps you'll edit every photo in just a few minutes each, max. Obviously this all relies on an adequately exposed actual photo. I use a tripod and use TV mode usually to set a low enough shutter speed so that the auto ISO is 100, then I play with the shutter speed further to get the adequate auto aperture for the shot. I sometimes use AV mode however if I'm going for a heavy bokeh shot and need to control the aperture. Stay away from vignette too, unless it really needs to be some stylish shot otherwise it's totally unnecessary.

 

Yeah, i use a tripod and lighting setup. So that shouldn't be an issue. Just never actually "Learned" Lightroom. So just kind of started playing with the sliders :D

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you do 30 minutes of work on the computer and then take a few pictures and spend a hour or 2 editing them and them we spend 2 days talking about how to make the pictures better. LOL biggrin.giflachen.gif sorry I am ROTFLMAO!!!!!! funny funny and enjoying it so much I thought about that and it has made my day I am finally smiling and don't care what happens at work. SO thanks for the cheer up... but you have to admit this is funny, even though it is fun it is funny, glad you are not taking shots of ????? we would spend hours discussing how to get colors just right!!! LOL


it all fun thanks for the laughs and the amazing build.,,,, you are doing a great job with case, parts and build.... and a amazing thread so much fun!!!! thumb.gifthumb.gif

 

Dude, you're absolutely right with everything you just said. Taking pictures has become SUCH a chore for me lately. Maybe now you understand why my build logs been going so slow lately. I stall and stall and stall. It SUCKS spending 2 hours in Lightroom for every 20 minutes of work i do on my rig LOLLLLLLL

 

Or spending 2 hours in Lightroom just to open my new package from PPC or whatever. I've just been wanting to learn how to do it differently

 

Now you understand why i'm talking so much about photography. Because i know there's something wrong with this picture :p

I've just been trying to figure it out

    
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Yeah, i use a tripod and lighting setup. So that shouldn't be an issue. Just never actually "Learned" Lightroom. So just kind of started playing with the sliders biggrin.gif

Dude, you're absolutely right with everything you just said. Taking pictures has become SUCH a chore for me lately. Maybe now you understand why my build logs been going so slow lately. I stall and stall and stall. It SUCKS spending 2 hours in Lightroom for every 20 minutes of work i do on my rig LOLLLLLLL

Or spending 2 hours in Lightroom just to open my new package from PPC or whatever. I've just been wanting to learn how to do it differently

Now you understand why i'm talking so much about photography. Because i know there's something wrong with this picture tongue.gif
I've just been trying to figure it out

no you took me serious and I was making a joke. nothing wrong with it you go through slow periods on the build. I don't agree that there is anything wrong with the picture you posted here now if you were trying do sell these photo's to make money yes you are right needs improvement but I do not see why you need to improve from those pictures... OCD again.. I am just having fun and blowing off some steam..... I actually think the last pictures were awesome for a build log. you are not trying to make the mona lisa... but it is all fun. and remember its all fun and games until the fat girl gets her feeling's hurt!!!!
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No, you didn't hurt my feelings. You just spoke my mind. I feel exactly the way you said about it.

Keep in mind that those pictures were another ~2hr session, even though i wasn't happy with some of em.

 

I know you meant it as a joke. It's just completely true is what i was saying. And it's to the point that it IS comical

 

I'm definitely gonna try JW's method next time and i'm praying to the holy spirits that it's all i need to do. The time i spend in Lightroom has literally gotten me to the point where i don't even wanna take pictures sometimes

 

ie. Like that pic i posted yesterday with the RGB Strip and other stuff from Amazon (Not the Ram Pic). That was sitting on that black backdrop for 3 days before i finally got the motivation together to take the shots and spend the rest of my night in Lightroom


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