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Old Aug 27, 2007, 11:16 PM   #1
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Old Aug 28, 2007, 8:54 AM   #2
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Very natural pose, LOL. It is nice ,I won't say it is messed up one.....
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You do these photos very well.
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Nice sharp shot. Did you want to kick the guy after or is he normaly that way? :?

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Very natural pose, LOL. It is nice ,I won't say it is messed up one.....
I am so thrilled with the invention it is not mine, darn right ugly but what results. You make this bounce card out of a flexible foam board and attach it to the side of a flash such as a Sunpak 383. The flash is directedstraight in the vertical position and the foam bounces a considerable amount forward with feathering light (not exactly on subject). If you are interested, go to this link.http://abetterbouncecard.com/

The third video shows how to create the feathering effect. He sells them but I made my own from the instructions.
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Nice sharp shot. Did you want to kick the guy after or is he normaly that way? :?

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He is a professional video photographer and for some reason likes to mess up my shots. Thirty minutes in PP and I had a decent fix. His mother was very upset but was happy with the change. I emailed him the set.
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Thank you Gene. I love fixing up problem shots. I found the background distracting on this shot and made this adjustment.


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Great work on the eyes. Looks like a copy of the left eye into the right eye (based on the refletions) but you have to look very carefully to notice that.
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Great work on the eyes. Looks like a copy of the left eye into the right eye (based on the refletions) but you have to look very carefully to notice that.
Thank you, I guessed you looked very closely. Almost everything in life is an illusion and a photograph just a copy.


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Strange eyes. Especially the one in the last post. Very crisp photos.
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