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April 13, 2014
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Both these pictures were IMG_3353-2-1.jpgIMG_3354-2-1.jpgshot with 50 mm F 1.8 prime at F8 , 1/200 sec  with speed light. WB changed to tungsten to make the color vivid

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Nice capture.  I assume you were tripod mounted.
Interesting that you changed the white balance to adjust color.
I’ve not done that but have rather relied on Lightroom.

Curious about why your second shot has the background pool pattern while the first does not.
I’d remove the five white specks in the first photo.  (Purist in me.)

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April 13, 2014
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Cool shots, I have an idea to capture this types of shot, however still I could not attempt…. well captured Rama

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April 14, 2014
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Mandrake said
Nice capture.  I assume you were tripod mounted.
Interesting that you changed the white balance to adjust color.
I’ve not done that but have rather relied on Lightroom.

Curious about why your second shot has the background pool pattern while the first does not.
I’d remove the five white specks in the first photo.  (Purist in me.)

Mandrake,

Maybe the light changed slightly in the second picture, i don’t know. will try to remove the spots using heal or clone. Yes you need a tripod . if you bounce your flash from a wall behind the subject you can avoid any harsh flash from showing in the picture but i don’t have a remote flash trigger and use my built in optical trigger in canon 60 D to trigger the remote flash. This is a compromise . i am sure some Nikon cameras can do this as well.

 

 

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April 14, 2014
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Muneer said
Cool shots, I have an idea to capture this types of shot, however still I could not attempt…. well captured Rama

Muneer,

Go for it and post your shots when you are done

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