A&P HIN Orlando *pics...slight NSFW

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  1. XtremeSaturn

    XtremeSaturn New Member

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    http://photobucket.com/albums/v663/XtremeSaturn/HIN 05/

    300D, kit lens, 420ex attached to a stroboframe cameraflip bracket. 99% of model shots are with flash and handheld @ ISO 800 f/8 and a speed of 1/60...99% of the car shots are on tripod at ISO 100 f/8-11 and speeds ranging from 1"-6"
     
  2. Mike4831

    Mike4831 “Dream as if you’ll live forever, live as if you’l

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    Not bad, get a better host site.
     
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    TurboDerek My favorite meal is horsemeat and rice.

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    are the pics of the models on stage cropped images to get closer? Were you pretty close? Were the models more or less willing to pose with you using a DSLR? I have a 300d also with a kit lens also and wanted to know you experiences.
     
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    I had a media pass so I was right on stage....no crop. Anytime a model saw the wrist band, they more or less did what I told them to do (pose wise). Confidence and a nice smile goes a long way too.
     
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    which bracket are you using? pix?
     
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    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/images/largeimages/105119.jpg if the image doesn't hotlink.

    I put my tripod mount on the bottom of the bracket and have no problem with it putting it on or off. My only complaint has been that if you want to get a tilt to the shot with an extended shutter, it'll sometimes move on you. Case in point...
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    It makes a world of difference when you are shooting people and don't want those sideways shadows on the potrait shots.
     
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    EE CUMMINGS aka RobHuang

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    jerri lee :wackit:
     

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