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Abstract / Re: This image may have been photoshopped
« on: September 29, 2014, 02:40:29 PM »
Saw this monkey at our Oakland Zoo with a cel phone. I soon then saw pizza's being delivered to the same location!


Ha, Ha, Ha---Ha, Ha, Ha-----I want to know that Big ape will use VISA or MASTERCARD ???----Plus he/ she will get upset that delivery boy send him Pepsi---Not COKE.
Ha, Ha, Ha.
Surapon

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: My new toy, Best of monopod in my Idea.
« on: September 29, 2014, 02:36:50 PM »
I am not a fan of the chicken foot monopod, but if it works out well for your type of photography, they are handy.

Thanks, Dear Friend Mr. AcutancePhotography.
Yes, For most part of my Hobby too= Big Heavy Tripods, But Some time for shoot in the theather, or stadium----No place for Big tripods---Yes, This on will be my best second choice,  to shoot with medium size Tel. or Zoom Lens, Plus give me break that both Camera, Lens and Chicken feet Monopod, can stand by it's self and let me eat popcorn and Hotdog with two hands----Ha, Ha, Ha.
Have a great work week, Sir, Glad to talk to you again
Surapon

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Third Party Manufacturers / My new toy, Best of monopod in my Idea.
« on: September 29, 2014, 01:41:00 PM »
Dear Friends.
For long time that I am looking for the Great Monopod which can stand alone for muti-function usage. Yes, I have 6 Monopods  already, From the Tiny one and up to the Biggest one that can carry my 1DS with EF 600 MM.
Yesterday , I went to peek around my friend's Local Camera store, And At that time, The Sale man from the company, Mogopod, CO. come to sell/ Stock of his Brand name Monopod = MOGOPOD", And I listen to his sale pitch, And Fell in love with this MOGOPOD= American design, Made in China.---Yes, Regular price Mogopod + Tri Feet( MK III )=$ 200 US Dollars----I get the introduction price $ 160 US Dollars---Yes, I buy one -----May be stupid hot head Surapon.
Yes, After that in yesterday afternoon, I just try with all of my Lens---BUT This Mogopod is design for carry the max. load = 11 pounds only( 5 KILOGRAMS)---Not Good for 12.5 Pounds of EF 600 MM + 3 Pounds of Canon 1DS.----BUT, In the future, I will drill tiny holes and put the tiny nail to stop the slide action of this monopod , and can increase to 20 pounds carry dead load for my 600 mm. Lens.
Yes, This Mogopod can use as extension for shoot the photo 5 feet above my head too.
YES, The EXTENSION ACTION, This Company Copy from 'SHUR-LINE' Painter's pole( $ 15 US Dollars ) that sell by home depot or Lowes----Ha, Ha, Ha.
Here is the Link=

http://mogopod.com/

http://www.amazon.com/Mogopod-Monopod-Height-11lbs-Capacity/dp/B00H1CR166



Enjoy.
Surapon

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Abstract / Re: This image may have been photoshopped
« on: September 29, 2014, 11:22:56 AM »
Well, I just go to the ZOO in my home town, and see a lot of New breed of Animal/ Birds, and take a snap shots for you to proof too---No Photoshop involve. JUST KIDDING.
Well, The Following photos are by the PRO/ Photoshop PRO.---Not by me---Ha, Ha, Ha.
Have FUN.
Surapon

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Abstract / Re: This image may have been photoshopped
« on: September 29, 2014, 11:21:51 AM »
Well, I just go to the ZOO in my home town, and see a lot of New breed of Animal/ Birds, and take a snap shots for you to proof too---No Photoshop involve. JUST KIDDING.
Well, The Following photos are by the PRO/ Photoshop PRO.---Not by me---Ha, Ha, Ha.
Have FUN.
Surapon

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Abstract / Re: This image may have been photoshopped
« on: September 29, 2014, 11:20:50 AM »
While we wait for the next rumour of the 7D2, 5D4, speedlight700, or the 400F5.6II.... let's have some fun. Post some images that may have been photoshopped... I'll lead off with Godzilla's kitty....

Dear Friend Mr. Haines.
No way that photo have been touch by photoshop---No way.
Well, I just go to the ZOO in my home town, and see a lot of New breed of Animal/ Birds, and take a snap shots for you to proof too---No Photoshop involve. JUST KIDDING.
Well, The Following photos are by the PRO/ Photoshop PRO.---Not by me---Ha, Ha, Ha.
Have FUN.
Surapon

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If you need a reference, this book is pretty good.
http://www.amazon.com/Photographing-Women-1-000-Poses/dp/0321814339

Thanks you, Sir, Mr. knoxtown
I will order this book from Amazon.
Have a great work week, Sir.
Surapon

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This is where the pros get pay most - creativities & experiences. Something that we can't buy or learn over night  ::)


Thanks you, Sir, Dear Friend Mr. Dylan.
You are 200% right on the target. Yes, "This is where the pros get pay most - creativities & experiences. "--Yes, But, I am very Good students and try my best ways to learn from YOU, and our friends = From The PRO.
Thanks again, Sir.
Surapon

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Dear Friends, Mr. Canon_guy, Mr. Studentoflight, and Mr. Cayenne.
Thousand thanks for your  techniques and your great reference/ Comments.
Yes, I already know for past 2 years, If I do not know anythings about Photography, I just post and ask for your expertise , I I will get the right answers.
Have a great Sunday, Sir.
Surapon

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Animal Kingdom / Re: Show your Bird Portraits
« on: September 28, 2014, 11:44:07 AM »
Dear friends.
Here are the Pink Flamingos in Bonaire Island, Netherlands.
From EF 100-400 MM + 2X-----No, I do not bring EF 600 mm because too big for carry on on 13 Seaters  Airplane.( WW ! type airplane at Bonaire---Ha, Ha, Ha.)---Yes the birds are 300-400 feet away from us,  No one can walk pass the Signage on the bank of the lake. ( 250 US Dollars fee/ penelty---and the Park ranger keep eyes on us all the times)
Enjoy.
Surapon

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Photography Technique / Finding the right POSE for attractive Photos ( ???)
« on: September 27, 2014, 10:07:04 AM »
Dear my Teachers and Friends.
 Yes, Next 4 Months, Some of my clients hire me to do the Wedding photography for their children. Yes , I use to do / To help/ Volunteer= my friends's Children Wedding 2-3 times per year in past 15 years---But That I just do my best, with out any technique of the PRO, that I do not know.
Now , It is time for Great Hobby + Money too= The Fee of Wedding Photography , that I can use for buying the new equipment and use for tax Shelter too---Ha, Ha, Ha.

The Questions for all of my dear teachers and my dear friends are " How? and what to tell the model/ Clients to do  the right POSE for  attractive Photos ?"
Yesterday, I find some article in the local newspaper, and post in this Question too.

Thousand thanks, that I have learn from you, in every time that I come to see all the posts in this GREAT CR. Posts.
Have a great weekend, Sir/ Madam.
Surapon

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Theater, Concert and Event / Re: My first Ballet photography in my life.
« on: September 27, 2014, 09:29:52 AM »
Surapon,
A great lesson!
The guide could be used in a lot of other occasions where the background is dark and the subject is lit.
Thanks for sharing your notes.  This time you're the teacher!

Good Saturday Morning in Apex, NC. to my friend Mr. lion rock.
Well, Sir, Just want to share the new tricks  to my dear  CR friends , that I have learn from my Great Teacher, The PRO,
I am still too far from to be a good teacher, And I still learn a lot from All CR. Members , like you in every days.
Yes, This Fall semester, I will take 1 Night course   12 night, 3 hrs per night =36 Hrs, of " The Techniques of Studio lights for Advance Photographers" = $ 95 US Dollars at the local Community collage , teach by Local Professional Wedding Photographer.
Have a great weekend, Sir.
Surapon

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Theater, Concert and Event / Re: My first Ballet photography in my life.
« on: September 25, 2014, 08:32:00 PM »
Very nice series Mr Surapon.

Thanks you, Sir, Dear Friend Mr. Click
Glad that you like my first time shooting in the Theater, That my Machine gun sound of Shutters, make a lot of Audience Very MAD, BUT,  I just tell them that The BOSS of this Theater want me to do/ Capture the Ballet Photos for him to use as Publication.
Yes, I tell to the security guard/ Staffs too----Ha, Ha, Ha.

Have a good night, Sir.
Surapon

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Theater, Concert and Event / Re: My first Ballet photography in my life.
« on: September 25, 2014, 08:27:48 PM »
wow! you are good catcher one! beautiful poses and emotions)  :)

Thanks you, Sir dear Friend Mr. canon_guy.
Just try to learn some new tricks from my Teacher at that shooting session, The PRO, and want to share with CR. friends.
Have a great weekend, Sir.
Surapon

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Lighting / Re: Thanks to CPS. I am Salute you.
« on: September 25, 2014, 10:46:54 AM »
Thanks, Dear Paul.
Thanks for your  great recommendations.
Have a great weekend, Sir.

Surapon

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