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Jul212008

SCL Photography Podcast 5 - Feet Zoom?

SCL PodcastShould you use your camera's built in zoom or pick up your camera and move closer? That's the subject of this weeks Podcast.

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Featured Posts:

Photowalk 24 - Monks Walk.

Macro subjects on white

Black & White practice.

Noise Ninja Profiles for S5700.

Lens Or Feet Zoom?

Further reading about the use of wideangle / zoom.

Recommendations

Recommended Podcast: F-Stop Beyond by Ron Dawson

Recommended Site: DeviantArt.

Recommended Flickr photostream: jwlphotography

Recommended Flickr Group: Vanishing Points.

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Thanks for listening, see you on Flickr!

Cheers, Rob.

Reader Comments (4)

With the macro shot of the wiimotes you would need to use the selecter tool to exclude the wiimote... but then thats a lot of work...

July 22, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterweejamer

I tried that, but you're right, it was way too much work, and the idea of a little studio is to do stuff quickly (for me anyway). Or maybe some more lights...

July 22, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterRob_Nunn

Off the top of my head... What about taking a under exposed shot and use some smart filters or selection tools. (under exposed in the effort to make the shadows stand out more. Then you apply the same selection to your correctly exposed shot?

I might be way off though

July 28, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterweejamer

Sounds interesting... I'll have to have a go...

July 28, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterRob_Nunn

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