What do you do to secure your job when times are bad...?


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Yapster

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Carry your BOSS's balls...:bsmilie:



*Yea, i know the reflection is a pain to the eye...Practicing la...
 

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reflections can be solved with desat.. can use sponge tool.. :)

or well, the usual layers.

hope you don't mind, if you do, you know that you can let me know right.. :)



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some amount of layering, etc

 

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reflections can be solved with desat.. can use sponge tool..

or well, the usual layers.

hope you don't mind, if you do, you know that you can let me know right.. :)



bnw conversion

some amount of layering, etc

Haha, i don't mind la.

Your method do help to reduce the reflection and brought out the details of the "BOSS" word, but i was hoping to totally remove the dark portion (which is opening of my light tent from where i shoot).

The reason why i can only only shoot from the opening is because, there is only 3 diffuser wall on the light tent and i need them to diffuse the light... So i am rather limited by my position.

Hehe, waiting for my stuff to come in.;p

Actually, i tried dodging but the effect not so good...

Anyway, thanks for your help bro! And hey, keep it. Good stuff to share with the rest here. :)
 

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Your method do help to reduce the reflection and brought out the details of the "BOSS" word, but i was hoping to totally remove the dark portion (which is opening of my light tent from where i shoot). :)
ahaha, yeah, i also tried to remove it using clone, paintbrush.. all too hard for me..

probably easier to reshoot when your stuff comes :lovegrin:
 

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Buy a piece of styrofoam, and cut a hole big enough for your lens to fit through. That's pretty much all you need. I leave the rest up to your imagination. ;)
 

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Buy a piece of styrofoam, and cut a hole big enough for your lens to fit through. That's pretty much all you need. I leave the rest up to your imagination. ;)
Hey, thanks bro~ Yea, that was what i was thinking as well.

Looking at ways to conceal myself from the reflection.

Time to visit the stationary shop tonight~;p
 

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Ya, actually my bad la, didn't control well. :)

Night86mare did manage to further diffuse the sharpness of the reflection which is not as distracting as the original. :)

ahaha, yeah, i also tried to remove it using clone, paintbrush.. all too hard for me..

probably easier to reshoot when your stuff comes :lovegrin:
 

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how about carrying 2 of these? will that lead to greater security and better future? :bsmilie::bsmilie:
Haha, when it comes to such tough times, most of them will shrink to just 1 ball...Cos they are the obvious target with high pay and a scapegoat is needed...:bsmilie:
 

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