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Old 04-08-2018, 10:05 PM   #41
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Lots of interesting colors in the week 12 shot, with some bright light and some shadows.

Week 13, Bluebonnets are always a good subject.
My mom is upset, she lives just outside Navasota and usually has tons of bluebonnets in her acreage, but the guy that mows it for her (usually gets hay from it) cut it very late and left it on the ground for too long. Her normally green field with bluebonnets and Indian paintbrushes is a field of brown this year. You can count how many bluebonnets she has on her property this year (like less than 50), where normally it is tons of them.
Thanks for the comments. That's a shame about your mom's bluebonnets. I'm contemplating tossing out a whole bunch of sanded seeds Oct/Nov this year just to see what happens.
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Week #14/52
This week was playing with food, er... drinks. An olive in a martini glass was the topic for this week. There's a lot of texture going on in that glass between the olive, lime juice, bubbles. My nit is no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't get that flash spot to disappear. I suppose shooting through a velum layer or two would have done it but I was fresh out of the stuff.

Camera on a tripod, CactusIV triggers, a single speedlight, white foamcore board for background and martini glass sitting on the counter top. Trying to eliminate those hotspots, I set the camera on Timer mode, then within the settings created a shot sequence to be five shots spaced two seconds apart. That allowed me time to push the shutter button, then hold in place a reflector (another foamcore board) along with the speedlight, let it pop, move the reflector/speedlight, let it pop, rinse and repeat. I played a bit with flashing the background to make it pure white, but just didn't like the results.

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My favorite now, is your father's, followed by the Waco monkey.
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My favorite now, is your father's, followed by the Waco monkey.
Well thank you! I'll let my Dad know.
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Old 04-27-2018, 09:57 AM   #45
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Week #15/52
Camping. We've all done it and many of us enjoy the time outdoors. However, when work says "Hey Scott - do you have any camping gear and can you pull together a photobooth kind of thing in two days", well, I had to think for a moment. Do I say "nope, haven't got anything" or do I say "sure, I can do that"? I chose the latter. This "Married People" event had a theme of camping, so I pulled this little set together to run about 35 couples through. Simple pipe&drape (think tradeshow booths) with 8' tall posts/drapes and a host of camping stuff thrown in. The hardest part was lugging the 22lb each blocks for the fire pit and getting that setup. Lighting was two SB700 speedlights driven by CactusIV triggers. Camera left/key was one light in a 24x36 gridded softbox and camera right/fill was one light in a 30" shoot-thru white umbrella. My personal nit was the banner behind event staff placed behind them. I said the images would be stronger without that there, yet they chose to leave it.

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Old 04-27-2018, 10:09 AM   #46
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Week #16/62
This week I've been down for the count pretty hard and had zero motivation to do anything - fevers at my age suck. I managed to make it out to a small family thing where I was able to get the shy Jenna (a cousin's daughter) to pose with the horses. There was actually a bit of forethought on this one. I saw the horses staggered right/left and fore/aft so I dropped Jenna in as the background subject thinking the horses "V" framed her. Lighting was cloudy bright and on a good side as well.

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Love the Jenna shot. I appreciate shy peeps.

Agree on the banner. Otherwise, nice staged setup.
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Old 04-27-2018, 05:07 PM   #48
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Thanks, Gary.
That shot has the shy Jenna in the middle, flanked by Monkey on the right and Leo on the left.
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Week #17/52
The late afternoon sun on this prickly pear bloom on the side of the road caught my eye enough to warrant an attempt at photographing. Walking carefully and surveying a few different angles, this is where I landed. For such a spiny thing, I find them to be quite attractive. Much more so than the purple pear to come.

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Week #18/52
Fruity Soldiers.... This week was an absolute blur. Between a new roof at the casa, then some wood repairs and the bbq, I just didn't think much about this week. So during our shopping trip through HEB with Rusty for the meats I said "whoa - that's cool". I certainly could have purchased the six-pack and done a proper job with a proper background but hey - that's work.

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Week #19/52
I've never done a garden before so needless to say, my first Gypsy sweet pepper is what I call an accomplishment. Tried to figure out how to make a silly pepper plant look good. Hmmmm... Between rain showers I ran outside and got on ground level with it, then played with settings a bit to get the mood right. That didn't work so I brought in a speed light and set that up camera left on 1/128th. Cactus IV triggers. Now I wonder when it's done and I can pick it to eat!

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She's Got Pipes...
Rusty and I wandered down to The Alcove Cantina Saturday evening to have a beer and watch a little band called Fusion perform. They're actually not that little, playing multiple nights each week somewhere in the area. Rusty works with the drummer and they all know Rusty so this was an easy thing to shoot. Easy at first, horribly difficult the later it got as the only lighting was on the stage back and left and very few "party string" lights in the audience area. So when the sun went down, the ISO jumped up. This shot was done at ISO6400 and is of the wife of the guitar player to the right. She could belt it out for sure.

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I don't think the high ISO hurts for the context. A kind of "gritty" picture seems appropriate
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I don't think the high ISO hurts for the context. A kind of "gritty" picture seems appropriate
Especially in black and white.
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I don't think the high ISO hurts for the context. A kind of "gritty" picture seems appropriate
FWIW, I would have been much higher on the ISO, but I'm obsessed with keeping my shutter speed faster. I don't even see any grain on my 15" laptop. Benefits of a D4S!
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Week #21/52
Mouse Trap...
This one was sort of whimsical by design. My trusty mouse died a few weeks ago and I just couldn't bring myself to toss it thinking 'what a cool photo prop sometime'. Then today while at Home Depot, I walked by the pest control aisle and saw these monster mouse traps, thus the idea for this one. Simple "expose for ambient then flash your subject". Used an SB700 speed light with Cactus triggers and a smallish (4"x4") soft box which just slipped over the flash head.

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Needs a little strategically places Catsup to make it complete, or maybe a bundle of twisted little wires, like guts spilling out
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Week #22/52
Lately I've been seeing these large bees coming out of holes in the ground. While mowing the lawn, I saw one come out of a tree in my yard. Somewhat curious I peeked in and saw this guy working on 'something'. He uses his huge abdomen and stinger like a shovel moving dirt/mud around. I watched/shot him for maybe five minutes and then he had enough of me and started to check me out up close and personal. Having watched that huge stinger do it's work, that's when I was done but not after getting this shot.

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Week #23/52
The way I look at it, any Father's Day I get with Mom and Dad is a bonus. So here they are, Fathers Day 2018. Simple setup with an SB700 in the hotshoe and angled about 45* up.

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Week #24/52
Last night a friend of mine and I heard an announcer over a PA system talking about "mutton bust'n". I knew the rodeo arena was about 3/4mi away so I figured with the South breeze the sound was carrying to the house. So after dinner we drove down and sure enough the 75th Annual Williamson County Rodeo was just starting. Having shot several rodeos in Bandera "on the dirt" as part of the event, this would be an interesting exercise to see what one could create in the stands as well as try out the D500/70-200mm combination under a bit less than ideal conditions.

To be blunt, the lighting sucked. So I started out at 8pm at ISO1600 right out of the chute. (no pun intended). That allowed me to have a nice shutter speed to stop the action/dirt movement but at the expense of a bit of noise. As the night progressed, the ISO didn't just creep up, it skyrocketed and by the end of the night I was shooting ISO10,000 with shutter speeds down around 1/160th. yeah - it was that bad. Here's a link to a few snaps from the event. I'm pretty happy with the little D500 combo. Not quite the low light capability I'd like, but I didn't buy it for low light in the first place. Click HERE.

This weeks image was early on in the show. He did a full 8-second ride, and then some.

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