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    Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    (Thought this might help a few people out. Hope you don't mind me posting it here Steve).

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

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    Hope you don't mind me posting it here Steve...
    Nah. Looks cool. I'll stick it...
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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Thank you for the sticky
    (Maybe I should post my desk lamp pics in here too).

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    This is an excellent link and source of information, especially for anyone using a Canon EX wireless flash set up.
    Thanks for the link and thanks to Steve for sticking it.
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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    This link is incredible for Canon EX users and (like me) learners.

    Thanks to all for posting and sticking.
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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Hello Alison...Thanks for the useful link regarding the concepts for lighting and digital photography.

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    Thanks for providing the link!!!!

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    I am looking for a table top set up that I can run alone. I need to have my hands free so I am thinking that a remote shutter release would need to be activated by my foot. I will need a monitor set up so I can see if lighting etc... is right before using the remote. This set up would help me in publishing how to books that is why I need my hands free while taking photographs. Hands are showing the how to do something on the table top.
    I was told that a Nikon D3000 would do every thing I need. I bought one but I am finding that the remote is not working from under the table with foot and I can not get a monitor to hook up the the camera that shows what is going on.
    Any help would be great!!!
    Thanks

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Thanks for the links I need those

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Good info in the link - thanks for posting and sticking!

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    I have no idea how to make this a new thread...so I'm adding to this one.

    I have an old set of Interfit 250 monolights. It's been so long since I've used them that I don't really remember how to set them up. Can anyone steer me to a good link for setting up and using monolight strobes? They don't seem to work, but before I spring for 2 $50.00 replacement bulbs, I'd like to see if it's operator error! I contacted Intrerfit and they do not have a manual for that model. Thanks in advance for your help.

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Thank you very much for sharing =)

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    I would say, this kind of concepts for lighting and digital photography are very useful. I would consider this as a simple techniques. However, I need also some more information about this certain matters.

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    I want to know how to manage the lighting effect in the white metal products. i was just doing a photo shoot of a golden colored vase but i was able not able to manage my shadow in that. Please help.
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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Hi there new to the forum

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    I was also wondering that

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Thank you for sharing

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    I'm new to this forum. I've learned a lot already. Thanks.

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    I am brand new to this forum... also searching for LED lights..

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Has anyone seen those new lights that basically look just like paper lanterns to humans but when digitally recorded they are color stripes that move? Really interesting invention but not mass produced yet. I imagine it has a really limited market.

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    I want to photograph oil paintings inside for use where high. Quality digital images are needed. What would be the best lighting for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YassJohn View Post
    I want to photograph oil paintings inside for use where high. Quality digital images are needed. What would be the best lighting for this?
    2 lights 45 degrees off axis positioned at either end of paintings. Don't need strobes either, regular household bulbs will do if they are equal distance and equal power. Paintings don't typically move around a lot on their own.

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    thnx for the link
    bookmarked it)

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    Thanks for sharing .

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    Re: Concepts for lighting and digital photography

    setting a white balance is very essential for taking colour photos and check your white balance and then try. if this is not a problem in your cam, please try something else. white balance is common for costly cams and camera mobiles.

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