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Old 2013-12-10, 4:16pm
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Default Doug Baldwin lights and 18% grey card

So I finally splurged/invested and got myself a pair of Doug Baldwin's lights, and an 18% grey card for color correction. Just played with them a bit tonight but am very happy with the results. Here is one before and after example - the after is on an orange ombre background
I think the blacks are way over


I think it's much easier to see the dichro in the new picture because there is not the glare, and the colors in the first picture are over-saturated.
I think I'm going to really love this new setup. Part of the reason I have not been listing much is because with work and school, I don't have the time to spend hours messing around with lighting and color correction. Now I don't have to
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Old 2013-12-10, 8:32pm
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This is another version of your presentation.



If this image is for printing then 300 for resolution is fine. If for the web change to 72 to enable faster uploads.
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