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  1. Focal Studios Melbourne, inner east, northern and inner west suburbs. Specialise in portrait and automotive photography. Commercial and private clients welcome. [email protected] Contact for quote.
  2. Sorry, it was my mistake, I do not have any filters for the 14-24, I over-simplified that line. The 14-24 is an awesome lens that I probably use more often than the 50mm. It's impractical to use a polarization filter on a lens this wide. At 14mm on a full frame sensor, there will be a significant part of the frame that isn't getting polarized, due to the wide angle of the incoming light. This leads to an obvious colour difference when shooting a landscape (Particularly in the sky). Normally when I'm indoors or shooting the inside of elaborate buildings, I use the 14-24. When I'm just taking 'normal' or very low light shots I use the 50mm. The 70mm-200mm VR2 is great for shooting stage productions or for portraits. The f/2.8 really knocks out the background and the Bokeh is fantastic (It's also great on the 50mm). This is a heavy bastard and I only take it when I know I'm going to use it. Not having the focal length between the 25mm - 49mm and 51mm - 69mm isn't a problem. Just take a few steps back or forward to get the composition you need. The sharpness of the 50mm for outweighs the practicality or a bigger, heavier, softer lens. It all fits into the Lowepro backpack, and I even manage to fit in an Acer laptop, Sony camcorder, all the wires, charges and transfer cables, spare batteries and memory cards.
  3. Hi everyone. Camera: Nikon D700 (Around $3,500) Lenses: Nikon 50mm f/1.4 G (Around $800) Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 ED A (Around $2,500) Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 VR2 (Around $3,500) Filters: Polarising For all the above UV For all the above Flash: 2 x SB900 MISC: 12mm, 20mm & 36mm Extension tubes Lowepro Fastpack 220(?) Camera bag Spider 3 studio SR (Colour management) Programs: Adobe Photoshop CS4 Photomatix Pro What can I say? The Nikon is the best low light camera I have ever used. When you couple it with the 50mm f/1.4 you can shoot in any situation without the need for a flash! The ultra wide angle of the 14-24 on the full frame sensor give outstanding photos without any chromatic aberration. ISO 6400 is the highest recommended gain setting, with only marginal visible noise. I have attached some happy snaps taken with the camera and not included any studio work.
  4. My girlfriend and I are going on a holiday to Tasmania and I told her I want to take the car because I heard that there are some great driving roads to explore. Does anyone have any ideas on which roads I should take a drive on?
  5. thegoobie

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    Quick render of the Bugatti Veyron. Not quite finished yet, but it gives you an idea of where i'm headed.
  6. impressive work Naga! I've never been much of a modeler, as most of my knowledge is in shading, textures and lighting. Any chance I can grab the file you imported into max so I can do a bit of texture/ lighting work on it? See what I can make of it?
  7. Do you have any higher res. photos I can use?
  8. I've done a bit of work in 3dSMax, and modeling a car isn't easy. The basic run down is that you need an orthogonal projection of the car. Basically, once you have a front, side rear and top view of the car, you'll need to split each eamage and apply it onto a plane/ box primative of the same proportions. For example, if your side elevation view is 600px tall x 1300px wide then you'd make a plane 600units tall by 1300units wide and apply the image to it as a material. I don't have too much time to go into too much more detail now, but I'll try and get another reply to you later on today.
  9. Original and new Mods: Colour Bigger intercooler Bigger side vents Tint Lowered
  10. this image got my attention... Thanks to Noobs for life for the original
  11. Here is one I made a while ago. Posted it in another thread... no real replies. Still not happy with the wheels or the colour... still working on it.
  12. still a work in progress... what else do you think I should add? I was thinking a No2 Purge...
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