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#1 SSJR

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Posted 07 March 2006 - 12:09 AM

http://www.evanlane.com

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Posted 07 March 2006 - 07:11 AM

http://www.evanlane.com

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#3 Sean Curt

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 09:23 AM

Hey Evan I like the pictures you took, some are really color dramatic which I thought was cool, what camera did you use to take your pic?
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Posted 10 March 2006 - 03:39 PM

Hey Evan I like the pictures you took, some are really color dramatic which I thought was cool, what camera did you use to take your pic?



20D

Thanks a lot man

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Posted 11 March 2006 - 01:50 AM

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excellent work. keep it up



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#6 Sean Curt

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Posted 11 March 2006 - 11:37 AM

20D

Thanks a lot man

Evan Lane


Oh cool...Im thinking about selling my Fuji Finepix 5200 and getting me a Canon Digital Rebel XT / Canon 350D which doesnt cost as much as your 20D but will do a better job at taking shots than my fuji...
also what type of post processing do you do to get those colors so vivid, I have photoshop CS2.

Oh YEA WHAT ABOUT THE TYPE OF LENS YOU USE FOR YOUR 20D? or filters?

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#7 SSJR

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Posted 11 March 2006 - 01:21 PM

Oh cool...Im thinking about selling my Fuji Finepix 5200 and getting me a Canon Digital Rebel XT / Canon 350D which doesnt cost as much as your 20D but will do a better job at taking shots than my fuji...
also what type of post processing do you do to get those colors so vivid, I have photoshop CS2.

Oh YEA WHAT ABOUT THE TYPE OF LENS YOU USE FOR YOUR 20D? or filters?



I use a 24-70 2.8L and a 70-200 2.8L IS
Polarizer is a must for mr usually.

In photoshop, if I have to I unsharpen mask after I adjust the levels. I just adjust Levels to eye... I usually crunch my blacks and add in the opposite color temperature of what temperature the photo is heavy on.

e.g.: it's looking a little too blue in the mids or I want it to be warmer. I will go to the different channels and adjust my colors to be warmer until I feel it is balanced or looks good. Use your gut!

Evan Lane

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excellent work. keep it up
vaidy.s



Thank you. I'm just a student I have much room and time to learn and grow :)
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#8 Sean Curt

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Posted 22 March 2006 - 11:53 AM

hey Evans ... its me again Sean Curt...and Im about to purchase a camera and some lens, but I want to produce the picture quality simiilar to a couple of pics that you did on your site so I'll be asking you about a few if its ok....

the first pic that I saw which I was really really grungy was the picture of the bikers, I LOVE that effect
so can you tell me what lens you used...how far you were away and what you did in PS afterwards

2nd pic (#14)that you took that I liked was the highchair used by the coast guards, and how you captured the clouds and also the the dark blue seas
what lens, and/or primes you used and name of polorizer?

I know you said that you use a 24-70 2.8L and a 70-200 2.8L IS
Polarizer is a must

but what lens did you have on your camera at the time you took those photo's?

Im looking at a couple of zoom lens as well as a prime lens....ideally I 'd want to get the 24 -70 2.8L for a zoom and for a prime either a 50mm 1.8(which is much cheaper than) the 35mm 1.4 that canon makes
Im also interest in using a good polorizer which they seem to be the cheapest but I dont know which is the best. I've went here to do some reviews on some lens but it seems like people confuse me and then I end up back at my starting point not knowing which lens I should get... but maybe if you elaborate on some things that you do with your style of picture taking maybe that would help
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Posted 29 March 2006 - 11:49 PM

hey Evans ... its me again Sean Curt...and Im about to purchase a camera and some lens, but I want to produce the picture quality simiilar to a couple of pics that you did on your site so I'll be asking you about a few if its ok....

the first pic that I saw which I was really really grungy was the picture of the bikers, I LOVE that effect
so can you tell me what lens you used...how far you were away and what you did in PS afterwards

2nd pic (#14)that you took that I liked was the highchair used by the coast guards, and how you captured the clouds and also the the dark blue seas
what lens, and/or primes you used and name of polorizer?

I know you said that you use a 24-70 2.8L and a 70-200 2.8L IS
Polarizer is a must

but what lens did you have on your camera at the time you took those photo's?

Im looking at a couple of zoom lens as well as a prime lens....ideally I 'd want to get the 24 -70 2.8L for a zoom and for a prime either a 50mm 1.8(which is much cheaper than) the 35mm 1.4 that canon makes
Im also interest in using a good polorizer which they seem to be the cheapest but I dont know which is the best. I've went here to do some reviews on some lens but it seems like people confuse me and then I end up back at my starting point not knowing which lens I should get... but maybe if you elaborate on some things that you do with your style of picture taking maybe that would help


the 24-70 is choice! I love it. I use it most of the time.

I have the 50mm 1.8 which is cheap and a nice bang for the buck. those are great to start off wiith. A polarizer is a must for sky line and what not.
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#10 LondonFilmMan

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Posted 30 March 2006 - 05:51 AM

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