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    Canon 5D MKiii with Tamron 28-70mm 2.8

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  1. Wally


    Thanks for your help. Do you have a class that covers the channel mixer?
  2. Wally


    As always you were correct. I triple checked them and still has them wrong. Better?
  3. Wally


    This is my first attempt. I have a few questions as this is the first time I've ever used a channel mixer layer. The area where the moire was now has a slight yellowing to it since the channel mixer layer was applied (and masked). Is this normal? Which one of your classes would teach me about using the channel mixer?
  4. Wally


    Here they are.
  5. Wally


    This is with the levels work complete. Yes the sweat patch was going to be my next question.
  6. Wally


    I have never come across this in one of my photos before. Is the "tiger print" pattern on this lady's chest moire? And if so how does one go about improving/removing it?
  7. Something like this?
  8. I'm wondering how I can reduce the speedlight reflection in the top right hand corner of the photo.
  9. Ahh, so that the sheet is moving further away from the lighting each time and more likely to change due to influence from other lighting sources bleeding in? Yes, old lights are very close to true colour, new lights are not. This might sound like a silly question but if I know that a light is negatively influencing the WB by 1200/-3 can I do some simple maths and compensate for it in post?
  10. I will give that a go during testing and post them 🙂
  11. Can you please advise which display technology I should be choosing for this monitor? https://www.benq.com/en-au/monitor/photographer/sw270c/specifications.html All of my previous attempts to calibrate using the SpyderX software have looked terrible so I have been using the Benq Palette master software to calibrate. Up until now this has worked fine and calibration has matched my prints nicely. But now something weird is going on. I have a grey backdrop in my studio but dragging my WB sheet in ACR turns it olive green in the photos. I recalibrated (using palette master), the screen again matches my prints and dragging the WB sheet still turns my grey backdrop olive green. So I want to try an get the calibration right with the SpyderX software. Up until now I haven't been able to find out what the display technology is. I contacted BenQ but they wouldn't tell me. They just told me I should be using palette master to calibrate.
  12. I can't find one with the same lighting as mine so I plan to take one with the same lighting as hers in the near future.
  13. I'm curious as to how this style is achieved. I see desaturation but I'm unsure how to get the creamy bronze look. https://www.facebook.com/tarlowphotography
  14. All sorted. I did a firmware update on both the transmitter and receiver and the problem has resolved itself. thanks for your advice.
  15. Oh and camera is a Canon 5DMkiii which is supported according to the manual.
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