Airport & Model Lookout

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by JDBB, Jul 31, 2008.

  1. JDBB

    JDBB TPF Noob!

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    Feel free to C&C.

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  2. tirediron

    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    1, 4: Excellent BW conversions, esp. #1, very well done.
    2. I think I'd prefer this as just a couple of blossoms rather than a large clump, especially with so many being softly focused.
    3. Nice idea, needs a reflector image left to lighten the very dark shadows on the right side of his face and chest.
    5. Neat.
    6/ Very nice, but I think a closer crop on the left hand side.

    Just my $00.02 worth - your milage may vary

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  3. JDBB

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    Excellent! Thanks so much tirediron ;)
     
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    Every one of these shots are tack sharp and I think they are all awesome. I just wish people would post the Exif data with these excellent shots so people like me can see the equipment and settings used to get such perfection. Keep up the great work! :thumbup:
     
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    WoW....Definetly wasn't expecting that ;) Thank you so much.
    If you must know, these are all done in natural light outside....

    1. f8, 1/250, ISO-200 --> Used the lighting feature of the Lab Color option
    2. f5.6, 1/80, ISO-200
    3. f7.1, 1/200, ISO-200 --> Scott Kelby's 3-step portrait finish
    4. f8, 1/250, ISO-200 --> Used the lighting feature of the Lab Color option
    5. f9, 1/320, ISO-200
    6. f10, 1/320, ISO-200 --> Scott Kelby's 3-step portrait finish

    Nikon D40 regular kit lens 18-55 mm :)
     
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    i love the 1st!!! looks soft
     
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    Hehe, yeah thanks so much :)
     

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