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    Hifi is a hobby of mine but it has also become a part of my business. I've manufactures, distributors and magazines as customer.
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    Another industry shot.... I love doing this kind of work even though most would probably have a heart attack about using a Hasselblad in such a dusty, dirty and flying sparks kind of environment... (you should see my sensor after a couple of hours shooting) :O

    H4D-40 HCD 28 f11 1/180s profoto gridded magnum


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    I love doing this kind of work
    And it shows... you do it very well. Nice job.
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    Bildifokus, is that white glass or a mirror?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egor View Post
    Bildifokus, is that white glass or a mirror?
    I use opal acrylic board. It also works great when I put color gel in front of the background light. I then get a nice reflection in the acrylic board.

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    Credo 40 and Elinchrom Quadra + 70cm deep octa.
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    Alpa FPS
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    17mm Tilt Adapters(x2)


    Alpa Max
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    17mm Tilt Adapter + 34mm Tilt Adapter


    Alpa Max
    90HR
    17mm Tilt Adapters(x2)



    Alpa FPS Double Expo
    90HR & 50 HR
    17mm Tilt Adapters (x2) + 34mm Tilt Adapters (maybe 2 for bottle exposure)
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    this is what I do to feed the family:
    All kind of museum stuff. here: roman glass (P25) and saber/sword (IQ160)






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    Facade from another Valencia house by Henry Rueda Architecture. D800 + 35mm



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    Shot for a manufacturer of bespoke kitchens and fitted furniture. This was in a very nice renovated little manor house in Cheshire, England.

    5Dmk2 using 24mm ts-e. Three of the images are 5 shot stitches, shifting the lens diagonally.
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    Shot for the CEO of Jovoy Parfums Paris.

    All shot with:
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    Forward tilt from bottles to face


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    Hello Again. *Some recent work at a new Hotel. D800 + 14-24mm. C1 7







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    RE: that third image now there is a damned tricky shot. Well done.

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    Another Hi-Fi image, Cable lifters.
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    Alpa FPS
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    and a crop from the last image to show the tilt shift from her hands to the glasses.

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    Frontcover image for leading real estate agent in Marbella.

    Alpa FPS MAX TC | Alpagon 32Hr | Helvetar 75 | Schneider 120N | Leaf Aptus II 5 Leaf Credo 60 | www.danlindberg.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Alpa FPS
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    and a crop from the last image to show the tilt shift from her hands to the glasses.

    Nice work!

    Need to punch out the Art Director for type placement God, I hate tangents.

    (this from an Art Director )

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    Frontcover image for leading real estate agent in Marbella.

    Another nice shot and

    another AD that needs his/her lights punched out.

    Look at that terrible type work can't even get the line leading right.

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    Hotel Cayena.





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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Another nice shot and

    another AD that needs his/her lights punched out.

    Look at that terrible type work can't even get the line leading right.

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    A house I photographed for an Architect a few weeks ago. No production and no additional lights, just what was there. All are single image captures. I was basically at the limit of the dynamic range of the sensor. I used every single bit of what was available.
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    A job I just did for the local bank's yearly report...

    H4D-40 and 28mm for the middle page shot and 50-110 (@70mm) for the cover shot Litt with a mix of profoto lighting and reflected daylight with big sunbouncers...
    I have cropped out the dead space eft for copy/titles in the shots, but you can see it in the finished report...





    And the report...



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    From a set of "Lokal Fashion".

    RZProll, 110mm?, P45

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    A job I just did for the local bank's yearly report...

    H4D-40 and 28mm for the middle page shot and 50-110 (@70mm) for the cover shot Litt with a mix of profoto lighting and reflected daylight with big sunbouncers...
    I have cropped out the dead space eft for copy/titles in the shots, but you can see it in the finished report...
    Very nice work and an interesting edit...almost has a HD feel to it I think because of the 'open-ness' or illumination. Without giving away any secrets, care to elaborate on the processing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoodShooter View Post
    Very nice work and an interesting edit...almost has a HD feel to it I think because of the 'open-ness' or illumination. Without giving away any secrets, care to elaborate on the processing?
    Hi & thanks

    Mostly done in lightroom with an increase in midtone contrast and use of the clarity slider,I also lifted the shadows some...

    I then opened the rawfile into photoshop where I added more midtone contrast using Nik color efex pro, I dont use plugins alot and rarely straight, but the "tonal contrast" filter is very nice if you tune it to your tastes.. I then colorised the image with some yellow but faded it back a good deal... then a little tweak to the curves and a final sharpening. That's it, as they say
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    This is what the file looked like on export from Lightroom:
    A "straight" version (although with more midtone contrast then the straight lightroom export) and the warmer version were delivered, the customer chose the warmer version... I feel it works well on the printed page too...
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    Thanks for taking the time to explain your process. I don't personally do a lot of post production so I'm always fascinated with what can be done. Forgot to compliment you earlier on how well you handled this large group of people (presumably non professionals?). I know it's not easy and it's one of the reasons that I shoot hamburgers!
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    Nathan, I think being a bank's yearly report the idea and the fact that they agreed, is very open minded and progressive. Congrats!

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    Thanks Foodshooter and Antonio

    Always a challenge with groups, and yes these were bank staff, and the two on the sofa are customers of the bank.... They (the bank) have made it a tradition to use local people in the annual report each year, something that is quite popular

    I was given the brief and slogan "Active customer service" as in the bank are there for their customers, helping every day so that you can get on with your life.. obviously its figurative, the bank arn't litterally offering to clean your house and make you coffee and after a half an hour of brainstorming with the banks contactperson we ended up with this concept.. obviously its figurative, the bank arn't litterally offering to clean your house and make you coffee! I love it when customers go with my ideas, always more rewarding to be a part of the whole process and not just be the hired gun
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoodShooter View Post
    Thanks for taking the time to explain your process. I don't personally do a lot of post production so I'm always fascinated with what can be done. Forgot to compliment you earlier on how well you handled this large group of people (presumably non professionals?). I know it's not easy and it's one of the reasons that I shoot hamburgers!
    I do very little food work, I consider it a specialist area, but living where I live ypu have to be flexible... I have great respect for real food shooters, its a lot more demanding than alot of people realise! I think a plate offood can be just as quarrelsome as a big group of people
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    Nacho's Apartment. Nacho is an architect and interior designer. He has portuguese background and his family is in the gourmet business. This is his kitchen.





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    Damn, you guys are all impressive!

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    To Dan - this is a great thread. Thanks for thinking of it.

    To each and every photographer that posted their images - it's just a great inspiration to see all that goes into really well crafted photography. I'll keep coming back for more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigosh View Post
    Shot for a manufacturer of bespoke kitchens and fitted furniture. This was in a very nice renovated little manor house in Cheshire, England.

    5Dmk2 using 24mm ts-e. Three of the images are 5 shot stitches, shifting the lens diagonally.
    Craig - could you please indicate which images are 5 shot stitches. And what is shifting diagonally? Thanks.

    Great work.

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    I have done a whole series of images for a company manufacturing electrical bicycles. (Fun to ride....)
    I have under two full days been working with the same setup throughout - The Alpa MAX, Schneider 120 N and Credo 60. Not a single lens change...
    For once working with a client that was well prepared and perfect communication. Many hours, but a joy.
    Working on PP right now, but thought I post one of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    I have done a whole series of images for a company manufacturing electrical bicycles. (Fun to ride....)
    I have under two full days been working with the same setup throughout - The Alpa MAX, Schneider 120 N and Credo 60. Not a single lens change...
    For once working with a client that was well prepared and perfect communication. Many hours, but a joy.
    Working on PP right now, but thought I post one of them
    EXIF is showing M9. You copy and paste images onto an existing canvas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colorspace View Post
    EXIF is showing M9. You copy and paste images onto an existing canvas?
    Must be when I make the 'webimage' with the matting! There are several layers in that template.

    My M9 was sold over three years ago....
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    I found the layer in the template and now it does not say M9 anymore, however, I ticked 'all metadata' when saving for web but now it does not appear anything! If I do not use the matting it says Credo 60 in the exif....

    Anyway, client wanted 'pop' for this one. Two metre wide silver reflector bouncing back sunlight and shot wideopen made the bike stand out.
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    Dan so good! The last one my favorite!

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    Very Nice Dan! This is my favorite of them all. The "pop" really makes this bike a product I would want to buy. Normally your photos are very natural. Your combination of natural and controlled light really makes this one stick out for me.

    Look forward to seeing more of your product photos in the future as this is a domain that I can relate to better than your architecture photos

    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    I found the layer in the template and now it does not say M9 anymore, however, I ticked 'all metadata' when saving for web but now it does not appear anything! If I do not use the matting it says Credo 60 in the exif....

    Anyway, client wanted 'pop' for this one. Two metre wide silver reflector bouncing back sunlight and shot wideopen made the bike stand out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Chagin View Post
    Dan so good! The last one my favorite!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Very Nice Dan! This is my favorite of them all. The "pop" really makes this bike a product I would want to buy. Normally your photos are very natural. Your combination of natural and controlled light really makes this one stick out for me.

    Look forward to seeing more of your product photos in the future as this is a domain that I can relate to better than your architecture photos
    Thank you guys!

    Client wanted the bike to stand out, be true to colours of the product but, balancing on the edge of overcooking it. As you very well write, that is not my standard preference but a case of working according to client criteria.
    As soon as I got the brief I knew that this would be perfect for the SK120, wide open at focusdistance of 3-5 metres. This lens is absolutely incredible at f5.6 at this distance and focus separation very nice.
    What really 'made' this particular shot were three reflectors, one white circular for each wheel and one large silver for main frame. When those were (carefully) placed it was just a question of waiting until the sun gave me the right amount of overall light. Without those reflectors the image became, maybe not dead, but.....hmmm....ordinary
    Lastly I have enhanced the bike shadow somewhat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Chagin View Post
    Dan so good! The last one my favorite!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Very Nice Dan! This is my favorite of them all. The "pop" really makes this bike a product I would want to buy. Normally your photos are very natural. Your combination of natural and controlled light really makes this one stick out for me.

    Look forward to seeing more of your product photos in the future as this is a domain that I can relate to better than your architecture photos
    Oooops - doublepost. Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Oooops - doublepost. Sorry.
    Dan - great product shot. I noticed it's an electric bike. Did you take one for a ride?

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    They look like decent electric bikes. I've had one for a year, I bike to work and back each day on it, 12km. Not bad for someone who can barely walk any more due to disability. Mine is Chinese junk however.
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    Ciao,
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    Some more from Nacho's apartment. Still editing Punta Canas house. Be showing them when ready.





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    From a shoot today for the local electricity and broadband company... the Boss.

    H4D-40 80mm, D1air 1000 with gridded 3fot octa

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    another, this time ungridded


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