First Studio Pictures

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ZacKrohn, Dec 5, 2004.

  1. ZacKrohn

    ZacKrohn TPF Noob!

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    I had the first experience of taking pictures with studio lights the other day. I had a lot of fun doing this and was a great experience since before I had a not so good one with lights and stuff. So now I know how much fun it can be :D . I would really like some feedback. More are at my website (www.oporange.net) if you are interested.
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    nice lookin shots, you need to do some spotting to, you have those nasty water marks or hairs right between your friends on the second one, i hate those marks.. in my gallery, youll see my post a lil south of this one :p theres some mtn dew that i took a pic of tell me what you think of that through pm :D
     
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    Thanks! a lot my negs turn out realy dirty...I can never realy figure out why and my teacher is a bit of a airhead so I can never get him to help me clean them. any thoughts?
     
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    put them through some photoflow and get like the spongie paint brushes and squegee them off lightly, thats how i did it in high school and i never had dirty negs, btw what school are you in currently? also, get a static master brush from a photo store and brush them off, it then neutralizes the negative so dust wont be attracted to it!
     
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    why are these images flipped?
     
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    whops musta happend when I scaned them..:p still a noob with the film scaner. I'm still in highschool right now, next year I'll be at the SF academy of art though

    EDIT:wait what tells you their fliped? I remember that positioning of the subjects (ie left guy on left and right guy on right) but maybe I'm wrong?
     
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    the guitars text is backwards, and i havent seen anyone hold a guitar like that :p... ah still in highschool.. so just try what i was saying, it worked for me really well, then keep the negatives in a plastic sleeve.. theyll look nice...
     
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    Good sharp picture and well taken , but have a lot of digital noise , this can be cleaned really well with neatimage . the healing brush in photo shop will clear up the water spots
     
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    I guess it's just the normal grain.
     
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    yeah thats for like online posting but you can do the same by spotting so you can turn in a awesome looking print with little flaws to the teacher...
     
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    i just tried it to see how it would look, neat image made them look 10x nicer.

    also, the shadows behind them are distracting to me...
     
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    yeah, they kinda are now that you mention it... But did you happen to use a soft box of any sort? what type of lighting did you use?
     

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