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Old May 5, 2014, 10:36 PM   #11
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Thanks Kula.

They were raw captures, but I didn't do any line-straightening. I did check one or two of them using the PTLens plugin, which was making zero corrections so I just stop checking.
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You will do great, but it might not hurt to have couple glasses of wine.... B4 the action!
One example, they wanted black & white.

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....just now looked at all of them, beautiful and beautifully done Greg.

Did you use the radio-triggered multi-flashes for these or only the on camera and DEMB bracket/reflector?
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Yesterday I went to Arlington Museum of Art to see the Ansel Adams Masterworks exhibit. It was awesome to see, it is an exhibit of 48 of his personally selected best of work. Since I had never before seen any of his photos but for magazines this is quite spectacular.

So, with that and that I did some BW files for my granddaughter's PROM photos; now your set here and I just may change to BW (I'm kinda keen on B&W now) ..... except for butterflies.
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....just now looked at all of them, beautiful and beautifully done Greg.

Did you use the radio-triggered multi-flashes for these or only the on camera and DEMB bracket/reflector?
I brought the radio triggers and umbrella, but 40 day-old babies worked better with a more nimble approach, so I just used the FL50R flash on-camera with the Demb bounce attachment.

An interesting development, since updating my E-M1 to the latest firmware, the FL600R no longer works with the Canon off-camera TTL cord I have been using with my Olympus systems since 2006. The FL50R still works fine with the Canon cord and E-M1, but I guess I need to get an Olympus off-Camera cord if I want to use the FL600R on the Demb bracket.
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After pondering my trip outfit for weeks, I'm sitting at DFW with the E-M1, 12-40 M. Zuiko and 7-14mm f4 and 35-100mm f2.8 Panasonic lenses and four batteries.
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...............and four batteries
Keep'em all charged (maybe a couple more) AND ya'got digi-X2 for the long stuff.

Make a post once in a while and let us know you are having fun.

1600 hrs here Thur and 'storming' .. 60-70 MPH wind, blinding rain for 15-min at a time (several times now) and tornado WARNING (Dallas/Richardson) until 1630 hrs. Some porta potty turnovers at some event in Dallas but no severe damage at this time.
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Yeah, I'm still sitting here at the airport. AA flight cancelled, now on a US Air flight that's supposed to leave before 5pm.

I might need all four batteries if my suitcase is not somehow routed onto the right flight as I packed the charger.

Can you imagine being underneath a falling porta potty........ewwwwww.

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Can you imagine being underneath a falling porta potty........
Dang, I saw your airport post was at 11:30 and told Bonnie that you would be in NJ before the storms... what ever happened to just going to the airport, getting there 45-min early, getting on the plane and GOING!

As for the potty blownovers .... it would 'mess' up a decent day, there were quite a few in the news story.
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It's called, business as usual at American Airlines...

The faster the Wright Amendment falls and Southwest can fly more places, I will have made
My last trip to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
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