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Originally Posted by tagutcow View Post
A friend tasked me with doing the photography and graphic design for his mixtape cover. I scouted this busted out garage on the wrong side of town, and we did two photography sessions there (with my pleb Canon PowerShoot) on two different days. I wasn't 100% satisfied with either session; in both cases we were a little rushed, and on today's session we had attracted the attention of a few passers by, including an incoherent, quasi-beligerent man, so we were apprehensive about flashing expensive DJ mixer there. Not exactly the best circumstances for photography. Also, I have almost no experience with taking photos of actual human beings.

I did like the way this turned out, though:


Rather artsy fartsy if you ask me.
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camera was set on horrible conditions..I was too tired to have figured it out until I got home lol d6 by txvdub, on Flickr d3 by txvdub, on Flickr d2 by txvdub, on Flickr d4 by txvdub, on Flickr
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where's all the regulars?? t11 by txvdub, on Flickr t8 by txvdub, on Flickr t10 by txvdub, on Flickr t12 by txvdub, on Flickr t3 by txvdub, on Flickr
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where's all the regulars??


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From a recent visit to Dachau







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great pics guys. NOBD, what software do you use for your black and whites? Trini, how big are those stones? It's hard to tell if they're small or really big. pretty cool
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Originally Posted by il ciclista View Post
great pics guys. NOBD, what software do you use for your black and whites? Trini, how big are those stones? It's hard to tell if they're small or really big. pretty cool

Cheers. They're actually pretty small (between 3 - 6") but that was the look I was going for.
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great pics guys. NOBD, what software do you use for your black and whites? Trini, how big are those stones? It's hard to tell if they're small or really big. pretty cool

Photoshop > Channel Mixer, and after that I fool around with the levels or curves to get it the way I want.
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Photoshop > Channel Mixer, and after that I fool around with the levels or curves to get it the way I want.

do you initially shoot in b&w or do you convert it in PS? Your tones look great. I was wanting to try the EFEX II software, but I think I will play around more in P.S.
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Originally Posted by il ciclista View Post
do you initially shoot in b&w or do you convert it in PS? Your tones look great. I was wanting to try the EFEX II software, but I think I will play around more in P.S.
No, I shoot in colour and use the Channel Mixer in PS to convert. Thanks. * * * Impressive pics, eqpablon. Nice one, Trini.
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working on my tones a bit. trying different methods..and combos of all lol s1 by txvdub, on Flickr s2 by txvdub, on Flickr s5 by txvdub, on Flickr s11 by txvdub, on Flickr
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Tilt-shift?
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looks like it's shot 50mm 1.4 or so
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Anyone have experience with the Canon EFS 15-85mm? My 17-85mm doesn't work anymore in the 17-24 reach, likely because of a defect in the aperture cable. Repairing is probably pretty expensive, and doing it myself is not an option.
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