Thanks VF. I uploaded three different shots.
Like I said, I have a Canon 30D and you can't miss the spots that showed up on my shots.
1/400, f/10, 130mm, ISO 320
1/400, f/10, 135mm, ISO 320
1/400, f/5.6, 50mm ISO 320
Anyone's advice would be very appreciated.
Yeah I just went through that. Get a rubber air blower and be very careful. NO canned air!
I got two of the vivatars and three pocket wizard II's and a couple of super clamps. It will probably take some testing but it will be fun to learn on a big scale (Derby Dolls) and explore the possibilities.
Ever since I found out about Pocket Wizards I know I wouldn't sleep til I got some so now I can sleep again.
I got one of these and it works great for sensor dust removal. I blow it out before every big shoot. :)
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Now I have to learn how to light things. ;) I'm mostly targeting roller derby but I will have a blast learning this Strobist stuff at the same time. This is so exciting! I talked to a pro and she said "I remember when I was enthusiastic about photography like you are, don't lose that".
It seems like every road to pro lighting ends at the door of the Pocket Wizard so I figured it's better to jump right in instead of going halfway and then wanting the real thing for years. So, I bit the bullet and took the leap.
Wifey said, "You've spent thousands on photo equiptment and haven't made a dime." I think she's behind me 100% :)
If you've got a DX camera and want a good deal on a 10.5mm fisheye, I'm your man.
EDIT: Damn! It sold already! Took less than three hours and I got my 'Buy It Now' price!
I took this one on Saturday night
Star Tracks - Tuesday, June 3, 2008 - ON A ROLL : People.com
Two in People and one in US.
I think it has more to do with Drew than my mad foto skillz.