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Old May 5th, 2008, 11:55 AM   #1
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Old Sacramento Photoshoot

We went to Old Sacramento to just walk around and junk. I took some building shots, but you're all just way too good, I'm too ashamed to post those up. Oh, and yes... I ripped off James's white/black border scheme. I'm not a creative person.

I so liked this one... until I saw the stupid f*ck*ng pole! UGH! DAMN!




NSFW

It's a bear! RUN!




Limited Slip Differential




She actually hates candy.




I cracked a joke asking if she wanted me to "have a train pulled on her". She didn't get it, but she replied "I don't want train, it's too big to fit in garage." I laughed... she didn't know why.

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Old May 5th, 2008, 11:59 AM   #2
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NSFW

Another display at the Railroad Museum.


It was so dark, and I didn't have a tripod... flash FTL.




Look at those awesome RIMZ!


My teacher has become a student.






Here's one that's NSFW.

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LOL, the 3rd one was more NSFW than the last.
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Old May 5th, 2008, 10:52 PM   #4
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I liked the first train shot the best. Lighting was good.
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Old May 7th, 2008, 08:03 PM   #5
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Excellent pics, but you didn't get my border exactly right

Try using a little fill flash for #1 and #8 next time to help light up her face for portraits. The natural lighting is overpowering the composition and causes her to be underexposed.
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I am severely disappointed with the "not safe for work" warning... very disappointed...LOL


With that being said, photos were great! Wish I could offer criticisms but I'm not a dslr owner.
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Thank you for the tips, James. But the funny thing is... I did use flash on number one and eight (according to the shot details in my Photobucket). I guess I shouldn't have had the diffuser box on. But every time I use the flash without it, it's really really strong and whites out faces, so I'm afraid to take it off unless I'm really far away.

As for the NSFW one... yeah it's a joke. I kinda posted two other pictures that made it seem like I was leading to something really bad, but at least you get a set of some sort of ta-tas, right?
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Hahaha... You are one cool dude my fellow pinoy. Tatas is good and its also good that you flaunt her and be cool about the weiner inspired comments of some of the members here.

Your photos definitely are getting better.
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very nice pics... love them ALL.. gotta get one of those mugs. and running the train joke was great!
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Thank you for the tips, James. But the funny thing is... I did use flash on number one and eight (according to the shot details in my Photobucket). I guess I shouldn't have had the diffuser box on. But every time I use the flash without it, it's really really strong and whites out faces, so I'm afraid to take it off unless I'm really far away.
When you use the flash, do you point it up in the air or at the subject? Usually pointing at the subject yields point-and-shoot camera results...harsh blue lighting. When I used my SB-600, it's pointed up in the air. When it's a little brighter outside, I'll use the diffuser so that more light is directed towards the subject...but again I never point the flash directly at what I'm shooting.

Might wanna give that a try...if you're not already doing that.
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Usually outdoors you will want a direct flash, since you won't be bouncing it off anything. Keep in mind you can also lower the flash power if it's overexposing her. The camera meter will compensate
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nice cleavage shot. the other ones were ok too hahahahha
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Usually outdoors you will want a direct flash, since you won't be bouncing it off anything. Keep in mind you can also lower the flash power if it's overexposing her. The camera meter will compensate
Yea that's why I throw on my omni bounce...so I can get some light directed forward without overpowering the shot by pointing the flash completely forward. I'll also tilt the flash toward the subject a bit. If it's still too overpowering...I turn the flash so that the side faces the subject...that way only a smaller area of the omnibounce is directing light toward the subject.
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Yeah, I think I might consider getting an SB-800 or SB-600. I have an SB-400 with an omni-bounce diffuser thing on it currently, since the SB-400 is so light, cheap, and recommended over the normal pop-up flash. I always bounce it off the ceiling when using it without the bounce diffuser thing. I'm going to first try powering down the flash (will have to check my instruction manual) and use it without the omni-bounce diffuser thing and see if that works well enough when I'm further away before plunking down more money on a bigger flash. Or... I can just use that SB-600 that I gave her for her birthday, since she rarely uses it.
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Thanks for the NSFW warning.

Edited your posts with the cleavage and ass shot.
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Old May 8th, 2008, 11:53 PM   #16
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Uh... not fighting it, but I figured they were okay. No nudity or anything... stuff's worse on Import Tuner's or HIN's websites which are safe for work. James and Steve also saw them too.
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