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Here are a couple of pics I've taken with it. Any shortcomings are probably in my technique and/or processing. David Thorpe's review is enlightening.
Forum: General Photography Discussion
OK I'm closing this thread now as it has gone a long way off topic.
Ah, thanks for the clarification on the power scale, that makes sense. Whilst I agree with you on the suitability of the units for all lines of work, and you have to remember I have no experience in these matters, from what I have seen on various podcasts etc.The likes of 'the big two' will appeal to a certain type of studio. With the heads having the ability to work from DC or AC sources and ...
Just because you pressed the shutter release doesn't mean that you created the photograph. I could set up a complex image and let my 4 yr old daughter press the shutter release - does this make her a good photographer? That makes her a good daughter. :o)
Forum: Canon Cameras
[quote]I had a look at your PF Tony, I think it shows quite a bit of potential. I would hazard a guess you are drawn more to mono abstract type images. What the types of photography are out there? I know of: 1. Landscape/seascape etc 2. Portrait 3. Abstract 4. Fashion (which a combination of portrait and creative etc) I think. 5. Creative 6. all of the above in black and white * ...
Forum: Taking photos
Well, you wanted suggestions, here comes a few :) Unless you are confident enough, use apperture priority as others have suggested. Work out 1 set of flash comp for dark clothes, and 1 set for light clothe, and before you take the shots, dial it in on camera accordingly. If you have both in a shot, go with the ligh clothes setting, and tweak in post processing. Metering will have a part ...
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