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A photo of my friend.. with 'yesterday's' technology...

Discussion in 'People' started by yoda1975, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. yoda1975

    yoda1975

    36
    Dec 11, 2005
    Singapore
    had a wonderful studio session with a good friend of mine (and a non-model). done with 'yesterday's' technology.. my D300 + AFS28-70/f2.8. hehe... Cunning.

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    NIKON D300    ---    56mm    f/11.0    1/125s    ISO 200


    thanks for viewing! :tongue:
     
  2. Would have been SOOO much better with a D700 :wink: So, what happened to her leg in the reflection?
     
  3. Seneca

    Seneca

    Dec 4, 2006
    Texas!
    The reflection looses part of her neck. Crop it a little more.
     
  4. Cute girl and nice photo. How did you get the reflection?
     
  5. very nice picture
    but, that reflection issue is a bit creepy... i think
    right down to the distorted shape of her reflected head
     
  6. yoda1975

    yoda1975

    36
    Dec 11, 2005
    Singapore
    thanks! was experimenting with a sheet of discarded acrylic lying around in my friend's studio. read about creating a reflection online, so i decided to go about and try.... obviously not very successful. sigh.. :Angry:

    the distortion might be due to the REALLY scratched up acrylic. looks like i've to go and get a sheet of new acrylic... now, if i can only find a place to hide it from my wife...

    the missing reflection of the leg happened because the acrylic sheet was not big enough to cover the studio floor. i was trying to photoshop it back in without much success. in fact, i made it worse. apologies to those who found it creepy... :tongue:
     
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