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Originally Posted by JoePhoto;12035731 
Almost... Burn to darken, dodge to lighten. Good old darkroom technique

doh.gif I always get them backwards. I think I was thinking them correctly in my head and then typed them out in reverse. Thanks for correcting me on that one.
    
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post #212 of 976
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Originally Posted by JoePhoto;12028871 
Awesome pic, proves exactly what I'm saying about 'crappy' cameras in good hands.

Make want to do an orange build now... lol
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not my pic though.
post #213 of 976
i need a new camera.. my old sony cyber shot 3.2mb from like 8 years ago aint cutting it anymore.. sad this is i paid like $300 for it when it was new lol
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Since I can process my film for free I should take some 120 or 4x5 shots of my comp. Would look quite cool.

Older medium format shot.

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Shot indoors later in the day with diffused natural light.
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Nice!
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post #216 of 976
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Originally Posted by JoePhoto;12040448 
Thx,

and
Once again... camera doesn't matter nearly as much as planning out your lighting.

I have a small room so it's kinda hard... I'm moving soon though so I setup lighting accordingly thumb.gif
post #217 of 976
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Originally Posted by 78@pwnt4lif3;12033687 
Uhh having a hacky sack ball is a production of static. Next time don't put something cotton on your video card. You may be in luck if it's still running!

I doubt gently placing a hacky sack on my GPU while the power is off will dmg it in any way. Besides, how do you know its made of cotton ? could be wool for all we know, there is no label on it.
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Originally Posted by KGIXXER7;12033224 
any advise would be great...I think I got overlooked a few pages back..

Nice! Did you use black velvet as a backdrop?
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post #219 of 976
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Originally Posted by JoePhoto;12040448 
Thx,

and
Once again... camera doesn't matter nearly as much as planning out your lighting.

This this oh one thousand times this.

Like that professional photoshoot with the iphone, £3000 worth of lighting, and an entire day on photoshop.
post #220 of 976
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Originally Posted by Bastyn99;12041920 
I doubt gently placing a hacky sack on my GPU while the power is off will dmg it in any way. Besides, how do you know its made of cotton ? could be wool for all we know, there is no label on it.
Wool would be worse, but ok.
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