Image taken Friday, November 30, 2012. Posted Friday, March 8, 2013
License: CC-BY-NC-SA (What does this mean?)

Location:

New Farm, Brisbane
General location: Australia, South-East Queensland

The Setup:

At our work xmas party, these guys performed.

The camera & lens:

Camera: Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Lens: Sigma 30mm f/1.4 EX-DC @ 30mm
Exposure: 1/60" @ f/1.4, ISO 1600 (0/3)

Post processing:

Lightroom 4 -

  1. Presence: Highlights -35
  2. Colour temperature -450 to 3.2K (not quite tungsten, which is 2.8K)
  3. Noise reduction: Luminance +15
  4. Crop and rotate slightly
  5. Spot exposure to lighten the face of the girl on the left

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24 Responses to “Vulcana”

  1. Mick Porter

    True, it's the e-mount 2.8 that is on its way. Sigma listed a 1.4 as being e-mount, but it seems to be a mistake – they were the specs I saw.

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  2. Al Warren

    I'd suggest the bridge loop in town this weekend but I've got a boo-boo on my ankle from falling down the stairs at Gailes rail station. Fell hard, big fall. 

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  3. Mick Porter

    Ankle injuries are not cool. Did anyone film your fall and stick it on YouTube? I've only got 1 model shoot this weekend now too, need to do some family stuff though.

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  4. Al Warren

    Well nobody saw me fall but there were 3 surveillance cameras pointing at me at the time. Just missed a step walking down the rail bridge and tumbled like Eddie Murphy's Aunt Bunnie all the way to the bottom. No crutches, I'm tough like a muffiker xD

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  5. Mike Hendren

    +Alan Warren There's method to my madness for small cameras and lenses – it makes it easier to carry a bigger gun and extra mags. I take my concealed carry permit privileges very seriously. 🙂

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  6. Mick Porter

    So +Mike Hendren how was that a bad thing for us? Did I miss something, because most of us in this country seem quite happy to know that the guy over the road probably isn't packing a Bushmaster. Most women and children in domestic violence situations certainly. Is there something we as a country have missed here?

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  7. Al Warren

    I could have used a handgun while I was working in HQ last week…twice. I was right next door to the ballistics lab, too.

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