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Feb 17, 2021 20:22:42   #
wayne-03 Loc: Minnesota
 
Hi, my name is Donnie. I live in St Cloud, MN. I’m looking for someone who would like to get together to work on photography projects. I’m interested in sports, portrait and small product photography. https://donhyattsr.myportfolio.com/

Feb 18, 2021 08:48:35   #
Chalybeateman Loc: Camden County Georgia
 
I looked at your portfolio. Some of the best photography on this web site. Do you mind telling me what kind of camera that you use?

Feb 18, 2021 09:02:55   #
Michael1079 Loc: Indiana
 
Wow, Don...Just wow! Super sharp, crisp, clean and beautifully composed images. The portraits are superb! Loved the Soccer, baseball, and other sport photos. You, sir, are an artist!

 
 
Feb 18, 2021 12:24:22   #
jpgto Loc: New Haven County
 
WOW! Great website.

Feb 18, 2021 14:11:45   #
wayne-03 Loc: Minnesota
 
Chalybeateman wrote:
I looked at your portfolio. Some of the best photography on this web site. Do you mind telling me what kind of camera that you use?


I use an old Canon 5DIII.

Feb 18, 2021 20:58:07   #
Xmsmn Loc: Minnesota
 
Great portfolio!
Mark

Feb 19, 2021 11:22:44   #
Earnest Botello Loc: Hockley, Texas
 
Welcome to the Forum, Donnie, your port-folio is great, enjoy the site.

 
 
Feb 19, 2021 23:13:56   #
Drbobcameraguy Loc: Eaton Ohio
 
wayne-03 wrote:
Hi, my name is Donnie. I live in St Cloud, MN. I’m looking for someone who would like to get together to work on photography projects. I’m interested in sports, portrait and small product photography. https://donhyattsr.myportfolio.com/


I shoot a lot of flowers and birds. I don't edit much. How did you get the black background in your flower photos? Thanks in advance if you answer. Lol

Feb 21, 2021 12:49:24   #
wayne-03 Loc: Minnesota
 
Drbobcameraguy wrote:
I shoot a lot of flowers and birds. I don't edit much. How did you get the black background in your flower photos? Thanks in advance if you answer. Lol


Sorry to take so long to get back to you, but things happen. Most of these photos were taken at f/13 to f/16, ISO-100 at 1/160 with on camera flash (flash set to TTL). Look for isolated subjects that are well lite. Set your camera to under-expose by a couple stops and let the flash fill in. Processed in photoshop, bump up the blacks and use the clone stamp to clean up unwanted parts.

Feb 21, 2021 17:05:01   #
Drbobcameraguy Loc: Eaton Ohio
 
wayne-03 wrote:
Sorry to take so long to get back to you, but things happen. Most of these photos were taken at f/13 to f/16, ISO-100 at 1/160 with on camera flash (flash set to TTL). Look for isolated subjects that are well lite. Set your camera to under-expose by a couple stops and let the flash fill in. Processed in photoshop, bump up the blacks and use the clone stamp to clean up unwanted parts.


Thanks for the reply and information. Didn't mean to sound snarky. Lol. Basically trying to say if you did reply you did if you didn't you didn't. Lol. Thanks again.

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