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    PP of model shooting last week

    I tried to embed the vimeo video, but it does not seem to work sorry.
    I wanted to show you how I processed the following shot:



    Took me a while to put this together. Hope you enjoy it:

    http://www.kajophotography.com/blog/...-of-zoes-rays/

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    Thank you so much......it was a real education. I learned some new things. Well done!
    Canon 50D. [EF-S 18-55mm F 3.5-5.6 IS]. [EF 400mm F 5.6L]. [EF 70-200 F 2.8L IS II]. kenko 3X Teleplus pro. Canon Speedlite 580 EX II. Rayflash flash ring.

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    Great video thanks
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    Thank you for that - very comprehensive! I've learnt some new techniques to try out.

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    very nice simple yet effective

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    Nice work, but I wonder how much of that processing could have been avoided by better capture techniques.
    Ray

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    Thank you anything I learn on photoshop is a bonus considering I haven't been using it that long lol
    It takes only one person to get the shot, its up to everyone else to say they could have done it better themself......at least until they try

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    Thanks for sharing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Heath View Post
    Nice work, but I wonder how much of that processing could have been avoided by better capture techniques.
    Most of it. Isn't Photoshop wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iancpool View Post
    Most of it. Isn't Photoshop wonderful.
    It most definitely is
    Nice tute

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    Good Job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Heath View Post
    Nice work, but I wonder how much of that processing could have been avoided by better capture techniques.
    Perhaps you might like to show us your non-processed portrait images so that those of us who apply post-processing, and are obviously capture phase-deficient, may be able to learn something.
    Last edited by Xenedis; 27-01-2011 at 9:01pm.

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    great info!

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