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    Re: Client images - show your paid work!

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    Definitely pops! I don't need a bike but this makes me tempted to get one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chkproductions View Post
    Dan - great product shot. I noticed it's an electric bike. Did you take one for a ride?
    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Definitely pops! I don't need a bike but this makes me tempted to get one!
    Thanks guys
    I did take it for a spin and it actually surprised me. Really comfy and pretty fast!
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    Interiorshot with one of my pieces of wall-art.

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    My first real shoot with the Rm3di, the image quality is so incredible! All shots done with 35 or 43XL.






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    Some straight out of camera stuff for a rue21. Camera is an H4D-40 with a 50-110

    Broncolor A4 with Pulso flash head in the Para 220 umbrella as main light.

    Broncolor Senso 22 with two Litos flash heads with a 11inch reflectors camera right and another camera left.

    Alienbee800 high above model for hair.


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    Antonio, beautiful work! Are you lighting most of your images and painting different lit areas in? I just find they are so high def and crisp with a 3D look!


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    PD: Next week I'll be working with him again in a big house in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. ACH
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    Here is a quick concert shoot. They had a directional LED light and otherwise the bar was pitch dark. I felt bad about using flashes so had to shoot with the single light. Colours get burned out but converted to black and white they actually worked out and saved the day - single colour channels become contrast and brightness levels. Interesting challenges we face constantly!













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    Some Photos we took for OOB Magazine. If you are not familiar with it, I would suggest taking a look as it is a magazine with lots of quality work. Magazine OOBMAG - The Web site of OOB Magazine

    All 3 exposures taken with ALPA FPS and IQ250.
    Combination of multiple tilt adapters ALPA 90HR and ALPA 50HR















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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevieraveon View Post
    Antonio, beautiful work! Are you lighting most of your images and painting different lit areas in? I just find they are so high def and crisp with a 3D look!
    Hi Stevieraveon I do lighting with different light sources depending on the light temperature that is predominant in the space I'm photographing. If it is tungsten as in this case, I create my complementary lighting based on that and try to define lines, space and shapes.
    Your musicians images are very good by the way. Thanks!

    This is, as promised, Some of Punta Cana's Village.







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    H4D50 + 100mm

    I'm slowly using the Hasselblad more and more for weddings. I'd like to get my hands on the CMOS to see just how much I can pass over to it.

    BTW, that light behind the first image isn't the sun but a 1200w Jinbei flash head.






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    Thanks Antonio. To light or not to light, that is the question indeed sometimes. It all depends on requirements of shots and mostly timeframe allowed for my style of shooting! I find with corporate spaces I end up not lighting as much where even and subtle lighting is more appropriate and I have to move around quite a bit as well. Thanks to the digital improvements we can get away with more post enhancement these days that can compensate somewhat. That said, thanks for sharing your lighting technique and intent, getting it right during capture and defining the forms with proper lighting just looks amazing, so 3d and legible!

    Thanks for the compliments on the band shots!

    Cheers,
    Steve

    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Chagin View Post
    Hi Stevieraveon I do lighting with different light sources depending on the light temperature that is predominant in the space I'm photographing. If it is tungsten as in this case, I create my complementary lighting based on that and try to define lines, space and shapes.
    Your musicians images are very good by the way. Thanks!

    This is, as promised, Some of Punta Cana's Village.







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    Arca Rm3di | RS Digaron-S 35, 60, 100 | SK 43XL | 645 XF | IQ360 | SK 35, 40-80 |

    http://www.stevetsai.photography/

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    This was a tricky position, and I needed to push the SK 28XL further than normal. This shot is a one exposure frame with no less than 9mm downfall and an added 6mm horizontal shift. The LCC cleared it up remarkably well. Focusdistance at around 1.8 metres with f8,5 and it was a good compromise of decent dof in one shot. Also note the minimal amount of distortion, no distortion correction applied.
    And this is with the Credo 60. I find it an excellent lens and could not do without it.
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    Here's another from yesterday, although and easier load on the lens with only 4mm downfall.

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    Don't own a technical camera, so have to use what I have.

    Nikon D800 14-24mm

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