I shoot mostly grandchildren, people and some weddings. When shooting with people in the scene I almost always check that people don't have their eyes closed. Surprising how often they do. I don't think verification is stupid or unprofessional.
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Your reply was exactly the kind of information that I was looking for, THANK YOU!
I recently had my 5d3 stolen and want to get a replacement camera. I loved the 5D3 but would like feed back from people who have had a 5D3 and have purchased or used a 5DS. Would you buy the 5DS again or go with 5D3? Is there a downside to buying a 5DS to replace a 5D3? Thanks in advance for your help.
Just ran across your ad, anything left to sell?
I recently had my 5d3 w/24-70 f2.8series ii stolen and want to get a replacement camera. I loved the 5D3 but would like feed back from people who have had a 5D3 and have purchased or used a 5DS. Would you buy the 5DS again? Is there a downside to buying a 5DS to replace a 5D3? Thanks in advance for your help.
Yes she is cute, but GREAT SHOT the kind that justifies the good equipment no matter what you do for a living, this is the kind of shot that I treasure and strive for.
Thanks to all for your shared knowledge.
Vicksart - Thank you for your detailed reference for glass.
the f/stops here - thank you for the pictures & info.
GoofyNewfie - great idea - THANKS!
THANKS to all who have contributed for your shared experience and knowledge. I will be making use of your thoughts and advice as I proceed. It is not just the lights that I get a reflection of it is also the camera and lens on the stand, here I'm hoping that the black foam board will help. Images are great when the pages lie flat by themselves. Again, I will be making use of your helpful replies.
RichardSM - I will try more diffusion as you suggest. Thanks!
Will check local Michael's now & online if not there. THANKS AGAIN!
Photographer Jim - thanks for sharing you knowledge! I will try and get TruVue museum glass as you suggest. Copy stand is high quality and lights are out to the side at about 45 angle. Again thanks!
GoofyNewfie - thanks for sharing your knowledge from your experience!
Yes, I tried a polarizer and it did almost noting to remove the reflection of the camera and lights from the glass. I will try and get museum glass and see how that works. Many thanks to all who respond!