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For those who choose flash over continuous lighting, why did you make that choice?

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NICE WANG!!!!



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Remember to put isaia on your listings: side vents, 3x patch. 3 button but looks like it will roll over nicely. Doubt it's NWT.



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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post
 

For those who choose flash over continuous lighting, why did you make that choice?

Bunch of reasons:

 

  • MUCH MUCH MUCH brighter!! Like many many times brighter.
  • Cooler (after 100 or 500 photos sitting under those "hot lights" can be horrible)
  • Can shoot mid-day with the windows wide open and sunlight coming in and it does not change the photos (strobes are stronger then sunlight)
  • Backlight flash for a pure white background
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Couple of these ( at least 3) https://www.paulcbuff.com/alienbees.php and a couple of soft boxes or something similar IMO. Thats what I have set up right now


Was looking for something like that, might be time to invest on proper lighting finally

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Made a recent pick up of this shoe rack that might be a good budget buy for those with backlogs of shoes cluttering up the house. The local Menards has them on sale for $14.99. Nothing fancy, but decent & cheap as an instant solution. Low profile at 36" wide & 57" tall. Claims to fit 50 pairs, but it's more like 30-40 of wider men's sizes. It has 10 tiers that screw in individually from the sides, so any of them are removable if you need height clearance for boots & such. I left the top few shelves off since jackets are hanging above it, & face it backwards so that any shoes that slide off get held up by the wall.

 

http://www.menards.com/main/storage-organization/shoe-racks-trees-shelves/household-essentials-50-pair-steel-shoe-rack/p-1444433528415-c-12647.htm?tid=6513927106769089525

 

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Truly a terrible business name. Sounds very suggestive...

Edit: there was a spam post but I didn't want to quote it. My bad
Edited by Ds13 - 6/14/16 at 3:57pm
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C'mon Ebay, if you don't punish these people, how will things get better?

 

 

 

Sandals were quite obviously worn since I sent them:

 

 

Duh... :brick:

 

 

 

Called first thing this morning...

 

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That sucks. How can you use an item and then return it? This is not Walmart.


any ideas on what pattern I should call this and maybe a title?

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^ Woah this picture is hurting my brain. I see the back of a tie on the left, but can't figure out what I'm looking at in the rest of the image. Is this three separate items pictured?
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Sorry.

Its 1 photo. Tie, pocket square, and button down keeper.
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Truly a terrible business name. Sounds very suggestive...

lol
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Originally Posted by Mister Squishy View Post

Made a recent pick up of this shoe rack that might be a good budget buy for those with backlogs of shoes cluttering up the house. The local Menards has them on sale for $14.99. Nothing fancy, but decent & cheap as an instant solution. Low profile at 36" wide & 57" tall. Claims to fit 50 pairs, but it's more like 30-40 of wider men's sizes. It has 10 tiers that screw in individually from the sides, so any of them are removable if you need height clearance for boots & such. I left the top few shelves off since jackets are hanging above it, & face it backwards so that any shoes that slide off get held up by the wall.

http://www.menards.com/main/storage-organization/shoe-racks-trees-shelves/household-essentials-50-pair-steel-shoe-rack/p-1444433528415-c-12647.htm?tid=6513927106769089525



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Truly a terrible business name. Sounds very suggestive...

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lol

"Do you know where I should look for a decent, cheap shoe rack?"

"I dunno, why don't you start with... Menards!!"

"...What an asshole."
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There was a spam post before DS13's that got deleted - I think his comment relates to that.
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