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    Re: Playing around with the Hy6

    Quote Originally Posted by irakly View Post
    marc, stop murdering people with your product photography
    Hey, all it takes is some white plexiglass...

    and a hell of a lot of lighting skill! (as Marc has)

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    Quote Originally Posted by irakly View Post
    marc, stop murdering people with your product photography
    Irakly,
    In its own way, Marc's stuff is just as titillating as some of your great posts

    Gotta love it....

    LJ

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    Re: Playing around with the Hy6

    Quote Originally Posted by LJL View Post
    Irakly,
    In its own way, Marc's stuff is just as titillating as some of your great posts

    Gotta love it....

    LJ
    Hell, you should see some of Irakly's product photography ... delicious

    BTW, those size comparison shots were done with the Nikon D3 and 24-70 zoom ... so much for internet uploads ... lighting is where it's at

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Hell, you should see some of Irakly's product photography ... delicious

    BTW, those size comparison shots were done with the Nikon D3 and 24-70 zoom ... so much for internet uploads ... lighting is where it's at
    wondered. In the second shot it almost looked like two paper cutouts laid on top.
    Glad I didnt pursue the D3.

    They looked so flat, It's why I thjought you actually reduced the HB in #1

    you didnt did you?

    BTW, in the 2nd shot, why does the HB have a reflection and the R9 doesn't?

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    Re: Playing around with the Hy6

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    wondered. In the second shot it almost looked like two paper cutouts laid on top.
    Glad I didnt pursue the D3.

    They looked so flat, It's why I thjought you actually reduced the HB in #1

    you didnt did you?

    BTW, in the 2nd shot, why does the HB have a reflection and the R9 doesn't?
    Funny, you didn't wonder until I told you ...

    I retouched the reflection just to screw with you Victor. And yes, I reduced the Hasselblad in all the shots . It's actually 6X as big as a Contax 645, and I need a hand cart to carry it around

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    hmmm, if I remember correctly, it's vampires that have no reflections....


    anyway, remember I'm the one that caught the lighting in the wedding forest scene :-)

    [I think it may be simple geometry, the R9 lens is higher and the back of the R9 SEEMS to have a slight shadow.)

    Ah well, one person says I have all I need; another tempts me with a $60k opportunity to spend;
    decisions
    decisions.

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    Re: Playing around with the Hy6

    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Funny, you didn't wonder until I told you ...

    I retouched the reflection just to screw with you Victor. And yes, I reduced the Hasselblad in all the shots . It's actually 6X as big as a Contax 645, and I need a hand cart to carry it around
    you are lying through your teeth marc! i've seen your hasselblad, and it is about two times smaller than contax 645. you intentionally enlarged it on all pictures to demean flabbergasting grandeur of canon industrial design.

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    Darn

    and I was feeding my Contax 'enlargement pills' to make it as long and thick as a Hasselblad.

    Just shows to go ya!



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