OSUT#256 - Easter Bunny, Solar Eclipse...what's next?

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    BeDome

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    Appreciate it.
    They look much better in person. A camera doesn't capture the depth, or color blends and over laps.
    Still look awesome. Every piece!

    I'm also a photographer, so I get that "pics don't lie."
    Yeah, that's only the first lie.

    My job was making the camera tell a white lie that I could sell, mostly with people and their places or toys, though.


    Not enough wows! Great work!
     

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    Still look awesome. Every piece!

    I'm also a photographer, so I get that "pics don't lie."
    Yeah, that's only the first lie.

    My job was making the camera tell a white lie that I could sell, mostly with people and their places or toys, though.


    Not enough wows! Great work!
    I've given up on photography.
    I can't get the camera to show what my eye's see. The colors never match what I see.
     

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    I've given up on photography.
    I can't get the camera to show what my eye's see. The colors never match what I see.
    So true.
    And it never will. Getting close involves trying to control many variables. Too many!

    Eyes are millions of times better than any camera, though. Like looking at a pic and looking at a person. Cameras can only capture vague approximations.
     

    Lpherr

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    You have to know the 'color' of the light
    I've purchased a light tent and daylight bulbs (5500K), I've used fluorescent bulbs with the setting, incandescent, and it never works. I've had people explain the settings, and it never works. The closest I get, is to use auto settings and sunlight. That's the closest I can ever get.
    Maybe the camera sees the actual colors, and my eyes are wrong.:dunno:
     
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