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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    You will soon realize that "paid shoot" does not equal "good photographer". Just like "paid model" does not equal "good model"
    Model I understand, because some GWC's just want XMM's with TL's.

    But photographers? One does not hire them for their looks. Even if one is not hiring for Russel Wong-standard, surely one does not hire a total newbie?

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    Default Re: Still in a dilemma..

    Quote Originally Posted by Xtol19 View Post
    If you're good enough to get paid shoots, why would you need to post in a newbies section?
    Sir,
    I've actually posted this question in Fuji thread. But somehow this post has got 'legs' and I found it here instead.

    maybe the question do sound like i'm a newbie after all...silly questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtol19 View Post
    Even if one is not hiring for Russel Wong-standard, surely one does not hire a total newbie?
    You would be amazed. We have 2 types of threads here all the time:

    1. "Help! I have to cover an event (ROM!!!!!) but I've never done this before! It's a paid shoot too! What camera/lens/flash/settings do I need???"

    And then 2 weeks later:

    2. "Help!! We hired a photographer to shoot our wedding, but I don't think he knew what he was doing and all his pictures turned out blurry and dark!! What can I do???"
    Last edited by Rashkae; 13th April 2009 at 02:25 PM.
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    Default Re: Still in a dilemma..

    Ok..

    Subject : FA Roll On Deo
    Aperture : f2.8, f5.6, f8, f11
    ISO : 100 (Base)
    Tripod Mount.
    File: RAW
    WB: Auto
    Cropped to 100%.
    Camera: FujiS5 Pro
    Settings: All on Standard, 100% DR
    Resource: Youtube Infovideo by Lilkiwiguy87

    At f2.8


    f5.6


    f8.0


    f11


    So it these sharp to you?

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    Except for at f/2.8, yeah, it's sharp. How is it at f/4.0?

    also, what software are you using for RAW to JPEG conversion? What adjustments to sharpness, etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eejal View Post


    where can i have it checked? (besides sending it bacl to the agt for service)
    You may look at my recent humble try

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=501387

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    Default Re: Still in a dilemma..

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Except for at f/2.8, yeah, it's sharp. How is it at f/4.0?

    also, what software are you using for RAW to JPEG conversion? What adjustments to sharpness, etc?
    Sir,
    i was following the instructions from the youtube. Used LR. sharpness increased to 75% for all pictures.

    i thought i could get a sharper at f2.8....

    cuz most of my pics are not sharpened at all when i send for processing

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    Default Re: Still in a dilemma..

    Quote Originally Posted by Shen siung View Post
    You may look at my recent humble try

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=501387

    dude...thanks for this!

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