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13 hours ago, Equilibrium_FOOL said:

Why isn't the EXIF (image data:exposure, aperture, iso, lens) data required for photos?  I am interested to see what settings people are shooting on, and to see what editing was done.  On most other photography sites this is a requirement for a post.

You can see it if the person posting it share it via flickr, just click the image. That always possible with my pictures. I agree that everyone should do that OR post it directly here.


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My New Ride 

Canon EOS 100D or Rebel SL1

50mm F2.8 Shutter speed 50 iso 400

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10 hours ago, VenomZ_ said:

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Can you give me a ride? - The Background dosn't really fit. I would have gone outside and used some old rugged tarmac. But I like the idea, 5/10 for me.
 

I also took some photographs of my ride yesterday. I tried out the D500 and the Sigma 18-35 f1.8 of a friend of mine. 

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7 hours ago, Yannik said:

Can you give me a ride? - The Background dosn't really fit. I would have gone outside and used some old rugged tarmac. But I like the idea, 5/10 for me.
 

I also took some photographs of my ride yesterday. I tried out the D500 and the Sigma 18-35 f1.8 of a friend of mine. 

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That photo looks like it came right out of a magazine 10/10


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On 04/09/2017 at 7:01 PM, Jelly Boy said:

England Is My City!

 

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5/10, There's too much grading, too much going on. It almost looks like a painting it's that bright and lacking in shadows and dark areas that should be there.

 

 

I was testing out my replacement Chinon 55mm F/1.4 lens, as I managed to drop and crack the rear element on my previous one. I managed to grab a newer one on Ebay, but I'd still like to repair the old one as it's a 70s vintage and it's my main go to lens alongside the Helios 44-2.

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Nice however there's a very washed out look to it.

 

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On 9/2/2017 at 8:13 PM, VenomZ_ said:

My New Ride 

Canon EOS 100D or Rebel SL1

50mm F2.8 Shutter speed 50 iso 400

 

I would suggest cropping in closer

On 9/3/2017 at 7:01 AM, Yannik said:

Can you give me a ride? - The Background dosn't really fit. I would have gone outside and used some old rugged tarmac. But I like the idea, 5/10 for me.
 

I also took some photographs of my ride yesterday. I tried out the D500 and the Sigma 18-35 f1.8 of a friend of mine. 

Amazing :D!  But the grading is not appealing to me... I'd go so far as to say it's just straight up wrong.  There isn't a black pixel in the image, but yet there are definitely objects that should be, so that needs adjusting.

On 9/4/2017 at 0:01 PM, Jelly Boy said:

England Is My City!

 

I used a ton of colour grading for this!

I don't have an issue with the colours, but I do have an issue with the side effects from creating them.  Everything has a very blurry, glow-y look that's incredibly off-putting.  But, I think if you go back to the RAW and do a different take on it it could be really good :) If I were you, I would be tempted to try something totally opposite to this, like B&W, just out of curiosity.

6 hours ago, Thorium19 said:

5/10, There's too much grading, too much going on. It almost looks like a painting it's that bright and lacking in shadows and dark areas that should be there.

 

 

I was testing out my replacement Chinon 55mm F/1.4 lens, as I managed to drop and crack the rear element on my previous one. I managed to grab a newer one on Ebay, but I'd still like to repair the old one as it's a 70s vintage and it's my main go to lens alongside the Helios 44-2.

Again, I don't like the grading... way too purple, idk what happened or if you can fix that but I don't think it's adding anything.

4 hours ago, rrps700 said:

Nice however there's a very washed out look to it.

This, I'm afraid, can't be saved by returning to the RAW.  I'm not sure what I'm looking at and I don't find it interesting at all

 

 

wow I sound really negative in all these :/  Hopefully it will be taken as the constructive feedback it's meant to be, and not just crapping on everything :P 

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On 9/5/2017 at 4:32 PM, rrps700 said:

Nice however there's a very washed out look to it.

 

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Not sure what im looking at? Webs in the grass? 

 

You're right about it looking washed out. Looks interesting either way.. 5.5/10

 

 

 

Here's mine. Canon t1i shot on a 75-300

 

 

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11 hours ago, Moderateshadow said:

Not sure what im looking at? Webs in the grass? 

 

You're right about it looking washed out. Looks interesting either way.. 5.5/10

 

 

 

Here's mine. Canon t1i shot on a 75-300

 

 

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Yup webs in grass. Yours is nice but could do with a little more exposure 


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The couple I photographed for their wedding a few months ago finally had their church ceremony last week.  Our studio was hired to both film and photograph the event.  Here's a couple of photos from that day...

 

(From 14:00 until 23:00, photographing and filming almost non-stop, I took charge of the photography and had two of my fellow DPs take care of filming with 2 Sony FS7 units.)

 

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Are these images for bride and groom or for some kind of objective documentary?

 

They are so flat, loveless and emotionless in general. Without seeing the bridal dress it could be everything.

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A few more from the same event...

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This one below is something they (the bride and groom) came up with as a symbol of their union during the ceremony, mixing different colored sand.

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On 9/11/2017 at 8:18 AM, AkiraDaarkst said:

A few more from the same event...

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This one below is something they (the bride and groom) came up with as a symbol of their union during the ceremony, mixing different colored sand.

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Don't see anything. 1/10.

 

 

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2 hours ago, will0956 said:

Don't see anything. 1/10.

Is there something wrong with your eyesight?


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13 hours ago, will0956 said:

Nope!

 

 

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Looks like you uploaded them to Facebook. Which is blocked where I am

Ok in that case let me do a repost just for you.  Hope Flickr is not blocked.

 

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Today we did some fashion style shoots with the bride and groom, without the distraction of guests and ceremonies.  I'll post a few more as I finish editing.

 

Using direct sunlight as the source and her veil as the pattern for the shadow.

 

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This is still a good photo though in post I'm not fully satisfied with the composition.

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And the couple together

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