Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Josh66, Jan 16, 2010.
Not a big fan of the lighting, but I'm impressed by the symmetry and perfect alignment of it all.
Focus is wrong. Front sight should be in focus, not the rear. Any shooter is going to notice. Unless you want to change the title to "how not to aim."
I agree it would have looked cool changing the depth to make the front site in focus keeping the forground somewhat blurry.
Very true...as i shoot alot myself. but as for the photo itself...i really like it alot! get us a pic of the exact setup but with the front sight in focus please!
If you're gonna shoot it again you might want to provide some fill light on camera right so the light is more even.
Yeah, I know. Front sight in focus didn't look as good - with the DOF, not much else would have been in focus with it.
(Even though it's technically wrong, this looks better...)
The setup was me hand holding it inside a light tent. Light camera left, reflectors camera right and top. Camera on a tripod.
This was actually a lot harder than it looks...
This was at f/16. As you know - the lens stays wide open until you take the picture... Wide open, I couldn't even see the front sight. I had to hold down the DOF preview button to line the sights up, then take the picture without moving. It would have been easy if all I wanted was a "sight picture" example, but I wanted a hand in there too.
I like the idea of it all but I must also agreed that the focus point should be on the front sight. I'm pretty sure that this shot wasn't easy but the results are good and well worth it.
I like this image the most because Being on this side of a weapon feels good .
I might try to do a focus stacked one...with everything in focus. Man, that sounds like a pain in the ass though, lol!
i have respect for the work you did to get this shot.
my 2 cents: i miss a target to complete the image and i would like to see this in a background setting that makes it less artificial such as a forest scene or living room.
I thought the same thing, but didn't really know how to pull it off...
I thought about using a paper target, at least.
I don't know if it would even be possible to do in one shot... I might have to combine 2 or 3 pictures to do it.
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