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Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2025

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Hi Cazillions! LOL I have long since visited the forums due to a very busy schedule :(

Thankfully found time last night to try something new :lol:

Hope you guys and gals like this and as always! Any feedback is welcomed! ;)

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Got Milk? by Bright Ideas with Chan Udarbe, on Flickr

Shooting Information:

Nikon D5000
Nikon 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Manual Mode
4 seconds @ f/8 55mm
ISO 200
Off-Shoe Flash Fired

Off Shoe Flash Information:

Yong Nuo RF602 Trigger
1 x Yong Nuo YN465 Flash @ 1/2 Power
Pointed directly on the left of the subject
No flash modifiers used

Post Processing Information:

Adobe Lightroom 4
Adobe Photoshop CS6
Cropped

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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2029

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Hi there!!

Wow! This is awsome. Really like the shot and really like what is happening in here!

Good set of settings which makes the image nearly perfect!

:) :woohoo:

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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2033

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Hi Christian,

Welcome back, I had wondered where you had disappeared to. :P

In regards to the shot, it's an excellent photo Christian. I really like it. It's a type of photography I'd really like to try more of. You have done it really well. Great shot! :)
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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2034

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Hey Roy! Thanks for the comment! It sure got messy in the room afterwards LOL

Hi Conor! Yep I have been abducted by school LOL glad to be back here (for the mean time) =p

Don't forget loads and loads of towels when attempting this... it was a "chili con carnage" last night shooting this heheheh

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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2040

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Christian Udarbe wrote:
Hey Roy! Thanks for the comment! It sure got messy in the room afterwards LOL

Hi Conor! Yep I have been abducted by school LOL glad to be back here (for the mean time) =p

Don't forget loads and loads of towels when attempting this... it was a "chili con carnage" last night shooting this heheheh

I really.. really.. really don't want to know how messy it was afther this shot... damn..

Do you look to DRTV sometimes? They have done something similair but then with a BB gun.. Insane.. ;)

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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2045

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Well, welcome back for now Christian. :)

I'd say this was pretty messy all right Roy, particularly with milk. Water wouldn't have been as bad but milk can stain carpet and such and leaves a rancid smell behind if not cleaned up properly.

I watch DRTV! Kai is great, if not all that serious. They are always doing things like this and it usually ends in a mess. I am a big fan though. And I'd like Kai's job, playing around with expensive cameras and lenses all day long and occasionally ruining them. Not so sure I'd be any good at ruining them though, I'm usually too careful with my equipment. :lol:
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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2060

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Wow nice to know that there are some DRTV followers here, too! :woohoo:

LOL yep gotta love Kai's job there! Lok and Alamby also adds to the character of the show.

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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2062

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Yep, Lok and Alamby are - in Lok's own words - okay good. :P
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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2067

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+ One Conor ;) i like that part.

Even though, i have to say. I learn more from Greg his vids..

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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2073

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Trudat, if it is the core of photography, Greg is still the top guy. Learned so much from his videos and I am an absolute beginner with no educational background in photography. Pure hobby for me, but I learned no doubt, and will continue to learn here that's for sure.

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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2077

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Christian Udarbe wrote:
Trudat, if it is the core of photography, Greg is still the top guy. Learned so much from his videos and I am an absolute beginner with no educational background in photography. Pure hobby for me, but I learned no doubt, and will continue to learn here that's for sure.

True!. And if you want to see someone who throws a Canon 7D from the stairs, soak it in water and then put it on fire.. you have to look at Digital Rev.. ;)

Digital Rev does not tell anything about how to take the photo. How to create the image, and Greg does ;)

DRTV only tells about which is the best lens and camera etc... on a fun way to promote their camera store..

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Re: Milk Splash 4 years 3 months ago #2089

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Yeah, it is like a feel good review series of sorts. Plus I gotten so used to saying "Bokeh-licious" from watching DRTV quite a lot hahahah

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