Some portraits

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by HoboSyke, Sep 11, 2008.

  1. HoboSyke

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    Shot these under a bridge with flash set up remotely on a tripod, had the tripod set up in the water with a 580Ex flash attached, then had my camera set up a bit further down stream. Shot during the day camera settings were around f/11 - 1/125s - ISO100. Oh yeah, they were taken on timer when 2 people appear in the shots.

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    Thanks for looking.. :mrgreen:
     
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    not bad, all seem a bit underexposed... but you might have been going for that
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Interesting photography technique ... you were not afraid the river might take the tripod+camera and the tripod+flash along??? And who are you here?
     
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    Although the creek was flowing harder then usual from all the heavy rains Sydney has recently had the tripod with the flash was quite secure and the tripod with the camera was positoned on some rocks out of the water, I didnt want to risk my camera above the water. I'm the one with the heart on my shirt. :p
     
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    They are kinda underexposed. But I do like the setting
     
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    I dont think any of them are underexposed. They do look a touch duller on my pc moniter then my iMac. I was going for a gloomy kinda tunnel at night feel with these shots.
     
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    Here is a re edit of one and a slight exposure bump.. What do you think?

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