Has anyone tried using the non G2 Tamron 150-600 with a sigma (or other) TC 1.4?
I have seen on another thread that canon users appear to be able to use this combination. Can Nikons also use it?
Nikon say their AF is good for f8 but this will be f9 @600mm
Do you use lightroom and do you shoot raw?
With raw you really need to 'develop' the image in post.
In the above image try shifting highlights up, clarity up (I always add vibrance if using clarity). There are loads of other tools that can make your images POP!
What ino vation 2x optical zoom and bluetooth headset.
Now if it's just numbers your after try the Samsung K zoom.
20mp camera, variable zoom and the choice of bt or jack for music.
And you know apple will use a special protocol so you must buy apple buds sometime in the future.
Not sure if this the right forum but.....
I have a Epson scanner - it still works fine but the PC interface has stopped working. It appears to load but stays minimised.
I've tried maximising via task manger, re-installed the app and uninstalled and reinstalled the whole Epson suite.
My pc has just died in the middle of a project (as well as real work and life).
I can't afford to wait too long so probably stuck with a currys buy. Are any mobile gpus compatible with LR/PS?
My suggestion is...
OK guys, decision made. I'm getting this one
What else do I need?
I'm guessing just a stand?
(remember its for a speed light)
thanks guys but pretty confused now.
As I'm aiming to do waist up portraits is the 60x90 a better size?
I presume the softbox is slightly higher then the target and angled slightly down (Which is why @Phil V says the octagon version is no good)?
I will need an s bracket as beam is a bit awkward...
Thanks for the replies.
room is 10 x10m but may have to use the 4x5m room.ceiling height 3m.
I was going to use speedlights purely because I do not do enough to warrant the cost of studio lights.
Speedlights are sb910 & 2x YN510 (maybe a 568 if I treat my self).
@Brian_of_Bozeat those were the...
I'm looking for a softbox for primarily corporate style portraits.
If we start with I know nothing, what type of soft box do I need i.e size, shape, grid?
I was thinking of using a 2 flash setup but any advice on that would also be appreciated.
Just a simple question (if there is ever a thing):
What's the best lenses for weddings and portraits.
FX & DX options please.
My thoughts were 85 1.4, 24-70 & 70-200.
Without being too rude I hope that @Phil V might have an input on this
@sk66 in the booklet I got with it states 49' iso 100 & 1020 lux. The 'flash' has 2 functions, on & flash (which is on low and then flashes with shutter). The flash mode appears to supply much light then the constant. On the same settings I used in my previous post the subject was only just...
I played last night with my old Amaran Halo HN100.
It is supposed to be
Guide Number: 49' at ISO 100
Correct exposure was achieved at 1/60 f/5.6 iso100 500mm (1.64') distance.
working on the equation f/5.6=GN59/1.64 doesn't work.
Given the distance is right and aperture is right the true guide...
Now this is probably a very dumb question (mine normally are).
Is there an equation that will allow me to calculate the amount of light needed for a particular shoot?
I.e. I'm in a completely dark room. I'm shooting @ 100ISO at F22.
As flash are measured in GNs I guess I need distance and GNs...