Mista Skee

04 May 2006 898 views
 
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"After a very long day""

Where has skee been? I've been off on a shoot, been using the canon big guns the complete "L" range :-) 14mm f2.8L, 16-35mm 2.8L, 70-200mm f2.8L IS and the 85mm f1.2L.

I'm just about to sleep, yesterday was a long one, and I've still got 1 day of shooting to go :-)

The above shot was taken with the 85mm f1.2L, a fantastic lens, but the focusing.....so slow, too slow!
Good job Canon have released a new version.

I've just realise that I've deleted by mistake a whole 1Gb of a job I did on monday, boy am I in trouble :-(, it's all this "L" glass :-( thisi has never happened before. I normally download my stuff straight away! I still can't believe it.

See you all tomorrow...maybe :-(

Note: This image is straight out of  the "can" just a simple conversion from the RAW file.

"After a very long day""

Where has skee been? I've been off on a shoot, been using the canon big guns the complete "L" range :-) 14mm f2.8L, 16-35mm 2.8L, 70-200mm f2.8L IS and the 85mm f1.2L.

I'm just about to sleep, yesterday was a long one, and I've still got 1 day of shooting to go :-)

The above shot was taken with the 85mm f1.2L, a fantastic lens, but the focusing.....so slow, too slow!
Good job Canon have released a new version.

I've just realise that I've deleted by mistake a whole 1Gb of a job I did on monday, boy am I in trouble :-(, it's all this "L" glass :-( thisi has never happened before. I normally download my stuff straight away! I still can't believe it.

See you all tomorrow...maybe :-(

Note: This image is straight out of  the "can" just a simple conversion from the RAW file.

comments (18)

"You are complete 2 hours late. What is your excuse?"
  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, UK
  • 4 May 2006, 06:52
Skee, she is soo going to bust your backside, Where in the world have you been, Been w aiting for you foir ages, and what is he doing? To add injury to insult he wants me to pose for him? (murder on mind here smile

Skeee sorry to hear about deleting your work, think I would have died by now if it was me, I think there is software out there to recover work if it has just been deleted from the card (think).

Now we are talking, we starting to see the boys who can live without photoshop. Yup youcertainly can (as if I needed to be reminded),

God I really want that 5D of your, the things it can do, ummmmmm (place large jealousy here).
Hope you recover your work.

Suby
  • sk
  • Smallville
  • 4 May 2006, 08:21
dude she doesn't look amused. great shot man, nice clean and sharp
I used that lens once....and yup it's annoyingly slow! Now sure you've used it to it's potential in this shot though.
someone's moody
  • chunter
  • Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK
  • 4 May 2006, 13:55
For goodness sake don't take any more images on the deleted card yet. Try: http://www.cardrecovery.com/?rid=google&kid=cr0104, or any number of other recovery applications that can recover lost data from cards or disks. Most you can download for a trial and on payment, they'll send you by email a code to unlock the full capabilities. You can recover them by tomorrow. I corrupted a card with 250 images and was able to recover more than 220 of them, even when the computer didn't recognise there was a card in the drive. If you need this particular software, let me know and I'll try to remember what it was (It was on an old computer I no longer have.)
  • chunter
  • Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK
  • 4 May 2006, 13:57
And here's a free one that guarantees to recover them: http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html
  • chunter
  • Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK
  • 4 May 2006, 14:03
Ah, found it - this is the one I used. It worked even when other recovery programs fell at the first hurdle by not recognising that the disk was loaded in the drive.

No more now - search Google for loads of them. I wish you every success in recovering the data and putting a smile on this models face.
  • Veloran
  • Singapore
  • 4 May 2006, 14:38
Good show, I imagine you must have been fast in taking it too, before she got a chance to whack your camera right out of your hands!
  • Veloran
  • Singapore
  • 4 May 2006, 14:39
Good show, I imagine you must have been fast in taking it too, before she got a chance to whack your camera right out of your hands!
  • attah
  • Europe
  • 4 May 2006, 17:17
another great shot. She is also annoyed with the focussing!
Great shot, looks like someone is in trouble ;-)
  • nkx
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 May 2006, 20:51
cool shot. she looks pissed man.
  • deji77
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 May 2006, 21:32
now these r the kind of portraits i aspire to shoot. heard alot about the 85mm f1.2L lens and of course its 4 digit price tag as well! sorry about the lost 1GB of data (ARGH!!) i guess this is where a background in computer science/engineering does help wink
Excellent tones and emotion. Beautiful background. The expression fits the title like a glove. Believe it or not, I've actually got a few homo-sapien shots up over at my place. It may be more of your fare. Have a good one, Skee. Cheers, Brent
  • C'est moi
  • Not disclosed
  • 16 May 2006, 17:49
If I may so its a great capture of the emotion on her face and the lighting around her works
  • C'est moi
  • Not disclosed
  • 16 May 2006, 17:50
If I may so its a great capture of the emotion on her face and the lighting around her works
  • C'est moi
  • Not disclosed
  • 16 May 2006, 17:51
If I may so its a great capture of the emotion on her face and the lighting around her works

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