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Lighting / Dannze Kody Triggers
« on: January 15, 2014, 06:58:40 AM »
hey all,
just did a review on the Dannze Kody Triggers. Im not sure if anyone has heard of these or not, but they are pretty funky. Enjoy  8)


Thank you, Sir, Dear Mr. fstoparmy.
Wow,  Total Distant include the Delay Unit = 1000 Meters = 3,300 Feet.
I Need this One too. Great Price too .
Thanks again.


thanks for the positive feedback champ. Glad you enjoyed :)

Thanks for the introduction.

Not a problem champ. Glad you enjoyed  :)

hey all, been a while since I post up a video (you might have seen some of my flash tutorials on the CR forums). I keep in contact with a fair few of the CR members, and they keep asking me "when is the next video coming out?" hehehe Ive just finished my review on the Aputure Trigmaster Plus II 2.4G triggers. Hope you enjoy. And much luv to all the CR forum people  :)


Landscape / For people who enjoy landscapes
« on: August 09, 2013, 03:00:14 AM »
Not your traditional landscapes, but here is a few images taken from my 550D and my 18-200mm lens (as I am showing what can be done with basic entry level gear). The 2nd and third image are straight out of camera, no post processing.

5 by Fstop Army, on Flickr

3 by Fstop Army, on Flickr

2 by Fstop Army, on Flickr

Ive gone through this forum for a while now and have noticed some xlnt and brillant landscape photos. Just posting this out there (incase anyone else is interested in sharing or entering).


Video & Movie / Re: 1 Light Setup Video
« on: August 07, 2013, 05:27:02 AM »
I enjoyed the video...very informative, and I love it when folks show the diagram describing the lighting and model placement!!

One thing that struck me, and is just constructive criticism (coming from a total noob mind you), is that the B&W pic you showed, to me...seemed to have an almost plastic, unrealistic look...and you then mentioned you'd used a bit of skin softener.

I wonder what that shot would look like with less skin softening?  Maybe do a version with a bit less and post them side by side on this thread?

Anyway, that was the only thing that caught my eye as a little odd looking..but again, enjoy the video and showing the shoot over all!!


thanks for the feedback champ :)
once i get home from work, ill post up a before and after. Now that you say it, i think your probably right (and i hate the look of plastic), but when i look at the full res version, it does show a little skin texture.

But thanks again for the feedback, and i will post up the pics :)

Video & Movie / Re: 1 Light Setup Video
« on: August 05, 2013, 12:39:02 PM »
Nice video fstoparmy. Glad to see some of your work posted on the forum.

thanks for the kind words Click :)

Video & Movie / Re: 1 Light Setup Video
« on: August 05, 2013, 10:47:32 AM »
Nice vid. Its been a while since you posted something up. Interesting use of the tripod l

Thanks. Glad you enjoyed the video  :)
It has been a while since Ive made one, life is just bizzy at times hehehee

Video & Movie / Re: 1 Light Setup Video
« on: July 30, 2013, 11:58:14 AM »
Why shoot on a tripod? Just curious.

hey bud :)
i did some reading a while back and it stated that you can get a sharper image using a tripod then using hand held. Ive also seen a few videos / tutorials on youtube that stated the same thing. Plus shooting on a tripod, my hands are more free (and I dont have to hold the lens and body in my hands all the time)

Video & Movie / 1 Light Setup Video
« on: July 30, 2013, 11:04:14 AM »
Whats up CR forum pepz? Hope all has been well.  Just did another quick video on a 1 light setup. Hope you enjoy :)


Just starting to get back into photography after a couple years break and recently joined this forum for some help, I came across your tutorials and they are great! Can't wait for more.

thank you for your kind words, in the process of doing more as we speak.
if there is anything in particular anyone would like a vid on, just hit me up and ill try my best to get it done :)

EOS Bodies / Re: EOS 70D Images Surface Early
« on: July 05, 2013, 10:01:26 AM »
picky aside- when is Canon going to learn how to make a battery grip that doesn't look like a turd hanging off the camera's butt?


you put sample pictures in this one aswell.
Nice :)

yeah, thought that the tutorials were missing something.
Glad you enjoyed this one

Hello fstoparmy,

Nice and clear explanation.

Well done!

 Thanks Click

Hey everyone.
Back for another install of the flash tutorials I have been doing. This time, i cover 1st and 2nd curtain shutter sync and where / when you would use each. I have also included some sample pics this time aswell :)
Hope you all enjoy :)
Much luv goes out to everyone on the CR forums

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