A&P boring v. i need a model

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  1. Auspicious one

    Auspicious one New Member

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    and not a rock

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  2. White Stormy

    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    are you saying you want a model the size of the rock?
     
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    Auspicious one New Member

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    confused...

    maybe a model sitting on the rock?
     
  4. White Stormy

    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    that's a weird perspective.. makes for a cool pic.

    if you look at the rock first then glance up the rock looks very small.. like you took the photo from the ground.

    if you look at the trees and glance down the rock looks very large.. like a boulder.
     
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    Auspicious one New Member

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    i like your perspective of it thanks. :wavey:
     
  6. What's this? you burried your model under a rock!?! :noes:
     
  7. Jcolman

    Jcolman OT Supporter

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    I think he really wants a hot model that will get him hard as a rock.
     
  8. Devoidarex

    Devoidarex Rexversusu v.2.0

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    the rock is green :hsugh:

    did you happen to play with the levels?
     
  9. Look at the leaves of the tree in the sunlight, they're all broken up and crappy looking. Probably mostly due to image compression. I'm sure a better camera/lens would have made this pic look alot better.
     
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    Auspicious one New Member

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    i have a Minolta 5d with the DT 18-70 kit lense. is it my lense that is making the leaves look like shit? or is it the camera? maybe it is the compression, i do have it in raw

    indeed
     
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    Wouldn't a polarizer fix that?
     
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    An attemp to stop the gaying up of this thread. Have the rock, now do something more intresting with it :naughty:



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  14. best of them all, #3 being the best of the batch :bigthumb:

    did you use reflectors for this batch?
     
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    Auspicious one New Member

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    omg those are awesome

    hot girls

    i commend you on your skills, no way i could amount to that level of photography for a long time
     

  16. wow really? sorry to hear that
     
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    Auspicious one New Member

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    well... time and finacially...

    but im young and still practicing always

    and i dont have money's to pay for a model

    and i dont have a gf

    sooo.... im screwed


    thus i will continue to take pictures of rocks and other objects
     
  18. money? I've never paid a model, just give them a couple prints and a cd of all your shots and they'll be happy. :bigthumb:
     
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    now HOW do they change outfits on a model shoot out in the wild like that ;)
     
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    i think it's a really interesting looking rock...
     
  21. HoodRich

    HoodRich Professional Street Nigga OT Supporter

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    looks like you just overexposed a bit and blew out the highlights, this would really be nice with some creative tonal mapping
     
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    nice shots with the model :bigthumb: (she's hot :wackit: )

    original photo has way too much green, the rock is green too :ugh:
     
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    just photoshop in your model or adjust the tone of the rock:bigthumb:
     

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