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Old Jul 24, 2007, 1:39 AM   #1
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A few more at:
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Old Jul 24, 2007, 8:50 AM   #2
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VEry nicely captured Lovelife.

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Old Jul 24, 2007, 9:54 AM   #3
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VEry nicely captured Lovelife.

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Thank you Emmanuel, did you check out the link to additional shots? The shots were done with a Panasonic FZ10 and a Sunpak 383 flash pointed at the ceiling. The dance shots were dramatized by layering out the foreground dancers and floor and darkening the background.
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Really like these photos LoveLife.
Great timing on these shots and the others on your site.
The good ole 383 does a nice job bounced off the ceiling, and your PP technique really adds dimension to the photos.
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Really like these photos LoveLife.
Great timing on these shots and the others on your site.
The good ole 383 does a nice job bounced off the ceiling, and your PP technique really adds dimension to the photos.

Thank you I have never use burst mode feature I prefer the challenge of nailing the shot at the peak time. I knew I was going to have problems with the cluttered background so it was take the shots and fix them in PP; about 50 minutes per image. Here is one I started working on.





The sun was coming in a window to the left so I rebuilt the floor design to the left of the dancers. The area above the doorway was also blown out. You can see a little area that was not fixed. It does not have to be perfect but the tone must match before darkening the background.



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Old Jul 24, 2007, 10:40 PM   #6
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lovely set of picture,Never seen the pic. of tango in this forum.Thnx for shaing
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lovely set of picture,Never seen the pic. of tango in this forum.Thnx for shaing
I am happy to bring a smile to your face. I am always on the lookout for interesting shots. You never know where and when they will appear up but you have to be ready.
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Nice set of shots. 50 minutes per shot work? Amazing what we go through for perfection or close enough. You did a good job.
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Nice set of shots. 50 minutes per shot work? Amazing what we go through for perfection or close enough. You did a good job.
Thank you for looking and commenting. You are correct they are not perfect but I do have a limit. If there were money involved I would go the extra mile.
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