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Old 12-01-2005, 10:22 AM   #81
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from what i understand, he is using some sort of magnification lens and he can focus on certain parts of the box while the rest are blurred out. I also thought the text on the box was pretty funny. Price in the US, alaska, hawaii, afganistan, iraq...
price in canada... until we take them over...
Uh, thats how every lens works, lol.
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This is all I've got at work...from a fishing trip to Canada this summer (Hopefully I didn't shrink the picture too much)
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I gave it a go as well;



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Old 12-01-2005, 08:48 PM   #85
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damn this shot is over contrast/saturated! hurts the eyes to look at it for too long........ but cool shot~
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Old 12-01-2005, 10:37 PM   #86
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The obligatory drip shot...

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EXIF info? and what lens?

I've tried getting shots like that but they never work out.
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EXIF info? and what lens?

I've tried getting shots like that but they never work out.


I never have enough light to get those shots. My camera only goes to 400 ISO...
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EXIF info? and what lens?

I've tried getting shots like that but they never work out.
That's from my old D70 ( ) and 18-70 DX ED lense.

f/4.5 @70mm - 0.0166s (5/300) exposure.

I don't think I had a speedlight yet when I was doing that so I probably fill flashed with the flip-up.

Oh and btw, that's a tiny crop of a much wider shot, I wanted to trim most of the edge of the bowl out.
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No need for high iso, just use shutter priority and crank the speed WAY up, use a flash to help maintain super fast shutter speeds, then take about a hundred in a row with the water dripping fast, you'll have your choice of probably 10 good ones.
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Edit - If the damn huge leaf at the far left wasn't there, this one would be so much better.
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Nice! The only thing that maybe caught my eye alittle was the tilt of the shot, it's nice either way though.

Do you make your frames manually? I've been looking around for a little app that will do it quickly.
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Nice! The only thing that maybe caught my eye alittle was the tilt of the shot, it's nice either way though.

Do you make your frames manually? I've been looking around for a little app that will do it quickly.

yup. I made an action in PS to make frames easier
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Nice! The only thing that maybe caught my eye alittle was the tilt of the shot, it's nice either way though.

Do you make your frames manually? I've been looking around for a little app that will do it quickly.
Do you have Photoshop CS2? If so I have a FANTASTIC script (I paid for) that is amazing for frames and has a GUI interface, developed by someone on Photography-on-the-net forum!
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damn this shot is over contrast/saturated! hurts the eyes to look at it for too long........ but cool shot~
Calibrate your screen.
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it is calibrated with spider tool already
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it is calibrated with spider tool already
You mean "Spyder"
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