Beautiful bokeh! Let me see yours!

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Pookie

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SecureGSM said:
Pookie, outstanding. I love the "Cinematic" look of the image. The tonal range that was choosen is a perfect match for the models inner beauty... I wonder if you ended up appliying a filter of worked you way through one step at the time in order to "colour grade" the image? You have a magnificent sense of colour balance and key to ambient light ratios. Very Holywood like look and feel. Thank you, Sir!

Pookie said:



Thanks SecureGSM... Over the years I've developed my own sets of grading dependant on the lighting used and conditions. From that point I usually tweak it just a little for the specific shoot. Unfortunately there are never one size fits all solutions that you you can just apply without thought. Once dialed in though i will apply the final adjustments to the entire shoot to maintain consistency.
 

slclick

If Only Campagnolo Made Cameras
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Oh Tannenbaum....
 

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Valvebounce

EOS R5
CR Pro
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Hi Folks.
Not sure if this is bokehlicious enough to count? Whilst walking on the local sea front I saw this arrangement of shells that had been left by someone else, I felt their efforts worthy of preserving before nature :) or nurture ::) removed it. ;D
Two different views with slightly different results,
the first was with the camera sitting at the same height as if it were placed on the wall, 7DII 100-400 L II
the second was about a third of the body (the grip) below the wall surface 7DII 100-400 L II + 1.4xIII

SE0A9827_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

SE0A9826_DxO by Graham Stretch, on Flickr

Cheers, Graham.
 

peterzuehlke

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70-200mm f/4 at f/4 (and 12,800 ISO of course)
 

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