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    dp1 theater photoshoot

    a few from this evening.

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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    i've posted a few more at

    www.pbase.com/wwp/inish

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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    Wayne, they are all a little dark for my taste but I'm not sure if this is exactly what you are intending. Perhaps you could open up the shadows a bit and see if that works better.

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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    hi simon,
    i was going for the expressionist effect, however looking at them now, i'll give your suggestion a shot and post a couple.
    thanks,
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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    here are three. i tend to like the dark ones!

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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    Wayne,

    Personally, I think these lighter ones work better but still have the impact you were liking. There are still enough blacks to give that heightened contrast. Looks good!

    Ciao,

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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    hi simon,
    printing some out. and it looks like you're right! lighter prints better.
    thanks,
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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    I like the dark ones :/

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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    Nothing like as good as yours Wayne but they are on theme.
    My daughter in her school play.

    All cropped DP1 iso between 200 and 800





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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    thanks, will. these are very nice! the dp2 faster lens and higher iso might be just the ticket. and i did choose mostly the dark pics to put up at the theater today. (show opens tonite.) shot the dress rehearsal with the 5d and 17-40 4.0L lens last night. i've been playing around with some of them. shot at 640 iso. it felt less of an effort than using the dp1, but the dp1 gave a certain kind of detailed file i liked.

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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    here's another one. you can see how the dslr retains it's advantage, even with a 4.0 lens like the dp1.

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    Last edited by smokysun; 10th April 2009 at 19:26.

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    Re: dp1 theater photoshoot

    a plugin junkie, i've downloaded several more systems and tried them:

    tiffen dfx

    alien skin exposure 2

    dxo film pack

    efex silver

    the imaging factory bw pro

    auto fx mystical tcc (which i already have. great plugin, though slow processing)

    all of these have trials. the tiffen interesting. still find the efex color pro 3 the best layout and the most for my money. most of what you can do in their silver you can do in pro 3, except finer local control in the silver.

    posted a bunch more of the this theater shoot:

    www.pbase.com/wwp/inish

    www.pbase.com/wwp/inish2
    Last edited by smokysun; 10th April 2009 at 19:26.

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