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  1. #1 Fashion shooting with RED and tubes 
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    Let me know what you think :)
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    Can't think right now, sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandeep Abraham View Post
    Let me know what you think :)
    I concur with Šabović (your comment was funny as hell). Sandeep, to make an accurate judgement you may have to post more samples. More of the 'red' kind and beyond.
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    I knew if someone was going to say something about the "Red" pic it was going to be Sabovic!
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    Are these Astras or Quasar tubes?
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    What lenses are you shooting with? The tubes don't look bright enough to be destroying all contrast like that unless very vintage or very wide open.

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    Sandeep,


    I realize that the colored look of these images are directly related to the color you chose the tubes to be for each image. However, I just wanted to see how these specific colored images would look "normalized". There is some banding and artifacts due these being regraded jpegs.






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    I think you should get some decent styling.
    Shooting generic underwear clad models in this way is about as interesting as just about any cover of Photo Magazine from 1985.
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    These look really nice! I like how they are not overly polished or retouched.
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    I know what you mean, but I have shared this serie in some Facebook/Reddit RED groups, but there were unfortunately too many discussions about some random technical details, which had nothing to do with the serie.... That's why I kept it short ;) But I guess you're right.
    Well I did a photoshooting experiment with the Scarlet-W. I used 3x 200W Walimex flash, 2 80W tubes and 1 250W LED for these pics. I used the test button of the flash trigger to activate all the flashes.
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