Final photo shoots - nice link

Discussion in 'Photography' started by George Farmer, 30 Jul 2008.

  1. George Farmer

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  2. JamesM

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    Handy that, thanks for the link :)
     
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    Thanks George, great site.
     
  4. Superman

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    Good to see that good photos can be produced from a lower spec hybrid camera than mine as they used the A640 and I have the A710.

    I think I need to practice my photography.
     
  5. planter

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    That was a good read ! nice one George.
     
  6. LondonDragon

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    The key is always the lighting! ;)
     
  7. Steve Smith

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    Great read and nice forum too. They seem like a very nice bunch :) Somewhat echos our own!
     
  8. Graeme Edwards

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    Just link. It just shows how hard it is to get the right shot. Not many people have access to the remote flash guns (slaves).
    Im thinking of getting a wiless flash for my 350D, for doing my tank shots. Its expensive though at around £400 for the control unit and a wiless flash.
     
  9. Dave Spencer

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    I have a Nikon SB600 which I use off camera with a sync cord. I plan on getting an SB800 and using it as the master, using both flashes off camera wirelessly. If only I didn`t want that damned 70-200mm f2.8 VR.

    I have used a light box on my 60cm, which should give good results with a bit of experimentation.

    Dave.
     
  10. oldwhitewood

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    That page is quite interesting, I see they are using a Nikon D200 which ain't exactly cheap!
     
  11. Themuleous

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    Just goes to show what kind of shots you can get even at home, apart from the camera, nothing there you couldn't do at home, with a few able mates.

    Sam
     

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