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Old August 11th, 2007, 07:02 PM   #1
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An interesting, accidental, in-camera look

Today I was using my nephew's birthday party as an excuse to experiment with my new-ish HV20. I stumbled upon a diffuse look that might be of use to wedding/glamour shooters:

http://www.12south.com/video/hv20/di...e_24p_h264.mov

This is the combination of a cheap wide angle adapter, a cheap uv filter, 24P, CINE mode and manual white balancing on a cream colored wall.

I don't know, not my thing, but it looked kind of interesting so I thought I'd share. ;-)
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Old August 11th, 2007, 10:41 PM   #2
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Today I was using my nephew's birthday party as an excuse to experiment with my new-ish HV20. I stumbled upon a diffuse look that might be of use to wedding/glamour shooters:

http://www.12south.com/video/hv20/di...e_24p_h264.mov

This is the combination of a cheap wide angle adapter, a cheap uv filter, 24P, CINE mode and manual white balancing on a cream colored wall.

I don't know, not my thing, but it looked kind of interesting so I thought I'd share. ;-)
That was quite cool, thanks for sharing! Cute kids! That girl is adorable.

On another note... those magnet doodle-boards are awesome. We have a few around our house and I am using them to teach my 2.5 year old daughter how to write her ABCs. Sure saves us a lot of mess and a lot of paper!

http://picasaweb.google.com/ChrisAnd...eysFirstLetter

Great gift idea for kids 2-3 yrs old.
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Old August 13th, 2007, 02:31 AM   #3
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Today I was using my nephew's birthday party as an excuse to experiment with my new-ish HV20. I stumbled upon a diffuse look that might be of use to wedding/glamour shooters:

http://www.12south.com/video/hv20/di...e_24p_h264.mov

This is the combination of a cheap wide angle adapter, a cheap uv filter, 24P, CINE mode and manual white balancing on a cream colored wall.

I don't know, not my thing, but it looked kind of interesting so I thought I'd share. ;-)

Looks good. Could be used for a dream sequence as well.
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