Racist Camera! No, I did not blink… I’m just Asian!, originally uploaded by !!! :: jozjozjoz :: !!!.

Racist Camera! No, I did not blink… I’m just Asian!

We got our Mom a new Nikon S630 digital camera for Mother’s Day and I
was playing with it during the Angels game we were at on Sunday.

As I was taking pictures of my family, it kept asking “Did someone
blink?” even though our eyes were always open.

Sheesh! RACIST! :P

-Joz
www.jozjozjoz.com

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(The only two places I posted this, aside from from Flickr)

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Mark explains hi speed sync and shows you how can extend the functionality of your Canon flash system with the PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5.

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Elinchrom EL 19360 Skyport Universal Trigger S

  • Item Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000TSUFHQ
  • Item model number: EL 19360
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001
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    Smoke1, originally uploaded by holienmo.no.

    Smoke1

    Strobist:
    580EX II @ 1/8, behind the smoke pointing slightley towards it
    Snooted 430EX @ 1/8, camera right

    Triggered with Skyport Universals

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    Julie, originally uploaded by holienmo.no.

    Julie

    A portrait of a friend of mine.

    Strobist: Lighting info

    Bowens Gemini Pro 500 with softbox above.

    Bowens Gemini 200 with fresnel lens behind Julie pointed at the background.

    Triggerd with a sync-cord.

    5D mkII with 24-70

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    ringflash-1, originally uploaded by Craig White Photography.

    Here’s what we’re trying to end up with… Professional looking ringflash– approximate cost $25, some elbow grease and your patience. Shown wih CANON 5D & 580EX2 WITH OFF-SHOE CAMERA CORD.

    and here’s the diagram

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    Product Name : Tronix Explorer XT 115Vac/60Hz Model with Bag
    Description
    :
    The Tronix Explorer XT is a portable power supply (pure sine wave inverter) designed to power flash and power pack units for location shoots. Compared to other inverters, it uses a 24V power source and it is rated at 350 watts continuous power, 1200 watts peak power and recommended up to 2400ws. Equipped with two (2)12V, 7Ah sealed lead acid batteries and efficient circuit design that generates almost a thousand full power pops for 300ws flash units. It takes 3-5 hours to charge the unit. This unit is compatible with voltages for the following countries: USA, Canada, Mexico, Central American countries, Saudi Arabia, some parts of Japan, Taiwan. [Download User's Guide][Compatibility Chart]
    Price
    :
    $ 389
    Shipping cost
    :
    $45.00
    Product Dimension
    :
    37cm x 14cm x 18cm (8.2 kgs/18lbs)
    Availability
    :
    IN STOCK

    Product Name : Tronix Explorer XT 115Vac/60Hz Model with Bag

    Description : The Tronix Explorer XT is a portable power supply (pure sine wave inverter) designed to power flash and power pack units for location shoots. Compared to other inverters, it uses a 24V power source and it is rated at 350 watts continuous power, 1200 watts peak power and recommended up to 2400ws. Equipped with two (2)12V, 7Ah sealed lead acid batteries and efficient circuit design that generates almost a thousand full power pops for 300ws flash units. It takes 3-5 hours to charge the unit. This unit is compatible with voltages for the following countries: USA, Canada, Mexico, Central American countries, Saudi Arabia, some parts of Japan, Taiwan. [Download User's Guide][Compatibility Chart]

    Price :$ 389

    Shipping cost:$45.00

    Product Dimension :37cm x 14cm x 18cm (8.2 kgs/18lbs)

    Availability:IN STOCK

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    Flaghead RAN160 Ringflash Adaptor for Nikon SB800 & D200/D70/D80/D50/D40/D300.

    Flaghead Ringflash

    Portable Flash
    This unique product was developed by a professional photographer from the Czech Republic. It uses a clever system of internal prisms and reflectors to distribute the light emitted from the flash unit evenly around the large diameter of the ringflash adapter.
    Flaghead RAC160 Ringflash Adapter for Canon
    Flaghead RAC160 Ringflash Adapter for Canon
    Flaghead RAC160-2 Ringflash Adapter, Canon 580EX MkII & 400D…
    Flaghead RAC170 Ringflash Adapter, Canon 580EX & 5D/30D/2D..
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    It uses a clever system of internal prisms and reflectors to distribute the light emitted from the flash unit evenly around the large diameter of the ringflash adapter. The ringflash adapter creates a very special lighting effect: a “3-d shadow-wrapped look”. Because all light originates from the front, ie from around the lens, it produces a virtually shadowless look on the front of your subject, while a soft even shadow appears around the edges. It is ideally suited for fashion, portrait and beauty images as a main light or fill-in.
    Due to it’s large inner diameter (143mm), the ringflash adapter will accept almost all lenses from small, medium and large format cameras. Exposure control is easy: using either Canon or Nikon cameras (or their derivatives) all TTL functions are operational as usual, as well as manual mode. It is of course possible to use the Canon 580EX and the Nikon SB800 in manual mode with other camera brands by using a simple hot-shoe adapter, which provides a standard synchronisation lead, and improvising a suitable way of mounting the flash to the camera. The ringflash adapter is a very affordable way to achieve typical ringflash lighting quality normally only available to studio flash equipment users.
    All price is : £159.00
    Features:
    Outer diameter: 227mm
    Inner diameter: 143mm
    Weight: 509 gms
    Exposure Guide: f/5.6 at 5ft (152cm) 100 ASA
    Best zoom setting: 50 to 70mm
    Mounting: Attaches to front of flash unit

    Flaghead Ringflash

    Portable Flash

    This unique product was developed by a professional photographer from the Czech Republic. It uses a clever system of internal prisms and reflectors to distribute the light emitted from the flash unit evenly around the large diameter of the ringflash adapter.

    Flaghead RAC160 Ringflash Adapter for Canon

    Flaghead RAC160 Ringflash Adapter for Canon

    Flaghead RAC160-2 Ringflash Adapter, Canon 580EX MkII & 400D…

    Flaghead RAC170 Ringflash Adapter, Canon 580EX & 5D/30D/2D..

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    It uses a clever system of internal prisms and reflectors to distribute the light emitted from the flash unit evenly around the large diameter of the ringflash adapter. The ringflash adapter creates a very special lighting effect: a “3-d shadow-wrapped look”. Because all light originates from the front, ie from around the lens, it produces a virtually shadowless look on the front of your subject, while a soft even shadow appears around the edges. It is ideally suited for fashion, portrait and beauty images as a main light or fill-in.

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    GIRL, originally uploaded by 3byOne Media www.3byONE.com.

    Alien bee ring flash
    +
    Flash behind for portrait
    17-35 2.8 tamron

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    DIY ringflash box, originally uploaded by Chun Wu.

    I’ve been itching to make a DIY ring flash for sometime but had no luck finding a bundt pan to work with.

    nickwheeleroz version (link below) of the home-brewed ringflashes got me down to work. I had followed his steps, then realized the cardboard box alone wasn’t sturdy enough for holding two flashes. I made enforcements by building an aluminum frame for the unit.

    However, building the frame alone took alot of effort. Drilling, assembling, measuring then disassembling – repeat. Certainly something I enjoyed ;)

    As a result the whole unit is stable! The only downside is, it’s heavy, bulky and ideally to remain on a heavy-duty tripod. My unit without flash & camera weighted 1.2 kg (almost 3 lbs!)

    I had high hopes that I could carry that thing around, but after a few tests shots off tripod, my left arm went jelly.

    I think this will be my next ringflash project, which seems reasonably light and compact! :

    www.flickr.com/photos/craigwhitephotography/2232019806/in…

    Credits for the boxed ringflash go to nickwheeleroz:
    www.flickr.com/photos/nickwheeleroz/2281061700/

    To see/read more on this project, view the rest of the set

    preliminary tests on my home-brewed boxed ring flash.

    inspired by nickwheeleroz
    www.flickr.com/photos/nickwheeleroz/2281061700/

    Yes, lots of aluminum. Looks like a tank briefcase.

    The aluminum came from one 8 foot “L” shaped bar and a meter stick. The handle was from an old cupboard.

    The camera in this pic is a D70s w/ tokina 11-16mm + hood. which didn’t fit onto the screw mount as seen. I need a router to get through the rest of the bottom plate aluminum or drill a row of holes for adjustability.

    The ringflash should fit most standard lens, might be difficult for 77 mm threads and larger.

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    ring-2702, originally uploaded by tylerscott89.

    Front view

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    DIY ringflash 2, originally uploaded by abraham_love.

    DIY ringflash made from a box of celebrations. cut a hole in the bottom. Pushed a 50 CD-R drum through the middle. roughly lined with silver foil. Gaffa taped an old flash in there.

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    , originally uploaded by wonderfulhorriblelife.

    1/2 sec, f/7.1, iso 200, 18 mm on tripod
    homemade ringflash with leds handheld

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    DIY Ringflash adaptor, originally uploaded by maticusfowl.

    A preview of my first project for my resolution. Instead of a traditional 365, one picture a day for a year, I’m doing 52 week long projects with the final work to be published each Friday, and the first one’s tomorrow. Anyway, above is what I’m doing for my first one: a Do-It-Yourself adaptor to turn my dedicated flash into a Ringflash. It’s cardboard spray painted white to bounce the flash’s light down and into a metal can which has been cut, taped, and painted white also to reflect the light back out.

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    6 eyes, originally uploaded by lobster rocket.

    6 eyes

    Grand Cay-Man

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    ring flash diffuser

    guess. what kind of ringflash used to this picture ?

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