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S. Roberts

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    Spyder

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  1. I'm not desperate, I'm more curious. I'm not used to not knowing. I have others that are better focused. It was these where I was backed away, with the high ISO - lots of grain - lots of noise removal, where now I'm not sure. How can I know?
  2. Focus check, please.
  3. Focus check please. I'm not used to determining focus after using aggressive noise removal. Is there a class that will teach me how to determine focus on my own? I don't typically shoot with ISO's this high, but it was an unusual situation for me. Thank you.
  4. S. Roberts

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    4.0, 1/400, 1600 ISO, with 70-200 at 200 Focus check please.
  5. So, this is where I ended with this fun little project. I rarely shoot outdoors or at these long distances. Appreciate your help.
  6. Focus check please. F 2.8, 1/320, ISO 250, 85mm Thanks Damien
  7. Great questions! I show clients 25-30 images, fully edited, to choose from at an in-person sales appointment. I edit. Some photographers outsource this step. (However, I do not shoot events of any kind.) I do not show unedited work. If I understand, you shot pre-wedding (engagement?) photos for a friend for free? Consider showing them your images and outsource (hire) the editing and let them pay for it. Yes! For example, Creative Live (website) has different classes in photography all the time with business advice. WPPI has a website with resources. There are many Facebook groups belonging to industry-leaders. Seek them out and find groups that suit your genre of interest. You will find a community that suits you.
  8. I think it looks good with the 30/70 split. I tried a few others. The skin goes red/glowy fast. Thank you.
  9. I adore this creamy window light, and the tones in everything Meg Loeks creates. Is this photo close enough to give it a go?
  10. This will affect my post-processing. I have a night sky / milky way opportunity in a dark site. Do I use the wb sheet, if so, how would you suggest I do it? I'll have a long, 14 second exposure for the sky. Thank you
  11. ... where's the chillin' with a frosty beverage emoji? Lol. Now to get on with turning my woeful images into masterpieces. Got it! Thank you, Damien.
  12. Hi Damien, I read through the link. I don't think this is the problem. I noticed immediately when I installed the DVI cable and the monitor was reset. It was crazy bright and very blue. This does not happen when my monitor goes to sleep or when I get security alerts. It never happens. So, I've looked at these prints and feel that the colors are so similar. I notice small tone or shade differences, but no one else does, unless I go to great pains to point them out. Generally, the prints are a touch more yellow especially in whites, skin tones, and are a bit more - green (maybe) in the blacks. Pinks/reds/blues don't seem to be affected. Should I move on to RAW?
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