A&P Yamaha scooter shoot

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  1. legendr34

    legendr34 Titanium Member

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    its a bit pelfed, but nothing i could really do. next time i'm going to find a better bg. I added a blue tone to it, did some dodging and that was about it in the PP department.

    used two sunpak flashes triggered with cactus.

    70mm
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    1/160
    iso100

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    I'd like to see a bit more light on the scooter, but I like it.
     
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    thx :) thats what my other friend told me too, but its really bright on my monitor
     
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    Mac?
     
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    legendr34 Titanium Member

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    PC, samsung 22", it has a 3000:1 contrast ratio, not sure if that even matters
     
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    its a bit dark on mine and mine is normally pretty bright
     
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    Oh... Hmm... I think the blue part is lit properly, but the seat has no light, which I think is throwing me off.
     
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    yea, maybe that is why. i should of lite up the seat
     
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    changed the image and upped the exposure slightly in LR
     
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    Bowzyr sup bro

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    lighting is pretty un-even.. specular highlights FTL.. composition is booorring.. background is blehh.. too much blue in the silver wheels.. can't read the writing on the scoot.
     
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    not really enough separation between the scooter and the backround. use a longer lens, back up, shoot at 1/60th of a second and open up your lens to f/4. enjoy!
     
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    yea, i was going to use my 180mm, but i decided not to and left it at home at the last second
     
  13. isaac86hatch

    isaac86hatch This thread sucks

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    looks too cool
     
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    sadly it looks significantly underexposed, has a bitch of a colour cast and i can see lots of CA.
    oh, and I'm on a calibrated display.
     

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