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I cant look at full 100% samples, Im capped for another 9 or so days :(

Hate that. :( <-- Sympathy frowny face.

 

Takoma is also using a D40.. older generation

Really?

 

*wikipedia*

 

I didn't know that. I thought 1000D and D40 were the same gen, cause we got em around the same time.

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It's just to tide me over until my Hasselblad arrives.

 

 

--edit-- Speaking of which, check this shit out. I'm not sold on the DOF just yet, (nor the subject :p), but look at the lighting. Fucking perfect. That's the goal right there.

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Just a tip on NR.

 

I quite like the software Neat Image to remove my noise for photo I shoot over 640ISO.

 

Play around with the trail, well worth it.

 

Rob.

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It's just to tide me over until my Hasselblad arrives.

 

 

--edit-- Speaking of which, check this shit out. I'm not sold on the DOF just yet, (nor the subject :p), but look at the lighting. Fucking perfect. That's the goal right there.

For that kind of thing you really need an off-camera strobe.

 

All you need is an old tripod, one of these, one of these, one of these, and a lot of these and this.

 

You can be up and running for under $100.

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Okay, this thread is now completely pointless as I went down the shop this morning and let them talk me into a Nissin Digital Speedlite Di466.

 

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Bless its little heart, it weighs OVER 9000 KILOGRAMS when attached to my D40. But it sure as shit does the trick :)

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Okay, this thread is now completely pointless as I went down the shop this morning and let them talk me into a Nissin Digital Speedlite Di466.

 

Posted Image

 

Bless its little heart, it weighs OVER 9000 KILOGRAMS when attached to my D40. But it sure as shit does the trick :)

Sweet.

 

Now just order

 

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.13089 (Ignore the Canon part, they work with just about any flash in existence.)

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.5123

 

And rig up a contraption to hold them, now you too can create studio quality portraits. :)

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