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How many of yall have these?

Postby Tommy » Apr Tue 04, 2006 8:21 pm ... torypage=2

It actually doesn't seem to be such a bad idea.
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Postby mattchase » Apr Tue 04, 2006 8:44 pm

Nice, the next great trend in ;)
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Postby Vance » Apr Tue 04, 2006 8:52 pm

Hmmmm... :hs

Can't get there from work, seems they have "Nudity" in the code some where.

Gives me something to look forward to when I get home in the morning. :D
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Postby marokero » Apr Tue 04, 2006 9:27 pm

I've seen something similar before, and sometimes I think about doing it when I have no assistant :p

Vance, maybe that could be adapted for your hat! :D All sorts of hat for that matter ;)

One problem though, bouncing light off an umbrella with a hotshoe flash is not gonna have too much reach. I tried bouncing off from a Metz 70MZ-5 and the end result wasn't that bright, albeit soft enough.
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Postby Emcam » Apr Thu 06, 2006 9:53 am

Hmm...nice hat..a new trend for keeping the sun off and taking picts. There used to be a kind of Frame affair that connected to your camera and had a big flat umberella on it. I was a department store photographer back in the mid 70s and used to walk around and photograph different appliances like toasters and stoves then build advertising. nice flat - neutral lighting. cumbersome to use, but nice to have. The "hat" seems to be much the same lighting.
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Postby Vance » Apr Thu 06, 2006 11:18 am

Oh my GAWD !!!

That was worth the wait! And the chuckle I got from it!

I'd also think that would work very well if you were into construction site architecture!
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Postby Ballen Photo » Apr Fri 07, 2006 8:24 pm

Judging by the images produced with it, it seems to work OK, but I think I'll have to pass. :clown
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