Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Girth, Mar 19, 2009.
I'm no tits... but I sure do try.
At first I saw the bride i was gonna say 404 Persian wedding not found
Look great....why didn't you post 1010? Gigantic hands!
They're both 6'7"
How do you pull off the curved blurs/streaks like in 20, while still maintaining a sharp image of your subject? it's driving me nuts to know.
rear curtain sync flash, slow shutter speed, and a bunch of shots. out of 20 or so, I got a handful that had perfect curves, clarity, etc.
just to give you an idea...
# Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 1/6 second = 0.16667 second
# Lens F-Number/F-Stop = 11/1 = F11
# Exposure Program = manual control (1)
# ISO Speed Ratings = 1000
I think it has more to do with 15mm on full frame.
were you twisting your camera as you took the shot, or was it just basic motion blur?
twisting the camera from right to left on continuous shutter mode. 6fps and the flash going off as fast as it refreshes until it doesn't.
gonna have to try something like that out once... just to see if i can pull it off.
nice work! #18 is killer
I just ordered a 20X24 Metallic print for them as a wedding gift from me.
some of the skin tones are coming up a little red (1,3,4). Could be my monitor.
Its not your screen. The preset I used on those pics is different and they're already a little blushed as it was, hence the redish tones.
maybe burn out the sconce, and the table cloth though.
That one is being printed on metallic B&W, and it went out in an email to close photography friends kindly named "the money shot"
I like the pics.
Something about number three though. I think it is the blotchiness in her face that dont look right. But there are a few on there that are really good
see you cleaned up #18. looks great
Jeez everyone beat me to loving 18 haha. I love it, great photo!
The bride's a cutie.
Wow, some of those shots are terrific. Great work.
#18 and # 20 are full of WIN!