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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Axle,

    You know how to use the window light! They're all really nice. My favorite is Lister Block and Crystal room.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Quote Originally Posted by Liz
    Can you tell I cheated in the first one?
    No......because I don't quite "get it"
    Well, I don't think fill flash is window light
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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Thanks for the kind comments! Here's a couple more from Lister...







    The unfortunate fact is that no one can get shots like these anymore. Like many locations Lister Block have been sealed up, and now has a guard there from 7am to 11pm. So the only time to go inside is late at night and there's no light coming in from the outside.

    And one more from the Crystal Ballroom


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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Man, this is a difficult theme for me. Oh well, here is what I got.

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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Well, I wasn't much for flowers last month, but I think the light suits me better this time! It drives my wife crazy sometimes when I tell her "Stop! Don't move! I'll be right back!" but its usually worth it.

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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Heres ago with my P&S in "M" mode. The first 2 were taken on a plane ride to Dallas/ Fort Worth. The last one is in the rental car facility at the D/FW Airport.
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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Just a starter ...
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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    more window
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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Here is one that I took this morning with a 3.1mp Fuji S602Z . It was at ISO 800 1/25 at f2.8.
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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Quote Originally Posted by JETA
    OK. Bear with me here. My first attempt on my only willing participant.
    Just saw this one JETA. Very nice indeed. You have shown yourself to be a very fast learner in the past and I think this window light thing may be another niche for you. Beautiful subject by the way.
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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    Just saw this one JETA. Very nice indeed. You have shown yourself to be a very fast learner in the past and I think this window light thing may be another niche for you. Beautiful subject by the way.
    Thanks OT. Coming from you that means a lot!
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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    OT - very nice photo of your lovely wife. You captured some nice light there. You certainly do have a way with those P&S cameras. :thumbsup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz
    OT - very nice photo of your lovely wife. You captured some nice light there. You certainly do have a way with those P&S cameras. :thumbsup:

    Liz
    Thanks Liz. Sometimes I think I could have saved thousnads over the last few years and just stuck with the P&S. But than I've had so much fun with the DSLR's I would have traded it for any amount of money.
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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    We had some terrible storms late last week, running into the long weekend. I still went for a picnic with my fiancee and her cousins, here is quick grab in rapidly changing light

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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Meggie, using window light and a gold reflector.

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    Mmmmm.....rice.....







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    Oh my goodness! I've just realised who this baby is!
    This is the baby who won the January project "The colors!"

    Quote Originally Posted by r_w
    My first picture post, and my first child. He was a little jaundiced, so here's a yellow baby on blue lights...
    They grow so fast don't they?!
    He looks so cute in that blue chair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alison
    Oh my goodness! I've just realised who this baby is!
    This is the baby who won the January project "The colors!"



    They grow so fast don't they?!
    He looks so cute in that blue chair
    He's the reason I have a camera...I might have been inspired by someone else that uses a 50mm prime

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    Quote Originally Posted by r_w
    He's the reason I have a camera...I might have been inspired by someone else that uses a 50mm prime
    Thank you so much r_w.
    I can't believe how many people I have inspired to get that lens and to start doing window light photographs.
    Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside

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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    My 5 yr old

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    Re: June Photo Project: Window light

    Here are a couple of window light portraits that I did on Fathers Day. The first is my daughter Pepper523 with her two month old Paul and the second one is my youngest Aunt327 with Jack her two year old nephew.
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    on the way back from LM24h
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmartWombat
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