Africans masks

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Africans masks

Postby thoutmosis » Tue May 05, 2015 12:28 pm

Hello,
a visit to the Quai Branly Museum in Paris, anyone?
on African masks.
thank you to tell me if there are faults of ortographes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcwIb1nWoEk

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Re: Africans masks

Postby sierra whiskey » Sun May 17, 2015 11:13 pm

Hi

I enjoyed the show & especially liked the drumming and the movement linked to it.

One thing I did notice was that the beaded mask near the beginning of the show was very blurred.

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Re: Africans masks

Postby thoutmosis » Tue May 19, 2015 8:10 am

Hi,
sorry for translation by Google!
thank you for your answer.
Here the difficulties of shooting:

First walk in the museum is nice, but it's dark to very dark!
Most masks are in cages glasses with ... obviously all the mask spots and those next door which are reflected (hence sometimes this blue light!)
Shooting is not prohibited, but the flash = yes
-it must climb 800 asa or 1600 and still close up I am not happy because freehand, it's a little blurry!
try different lights offered by your camera,
do not take the deal because we see everything that is white in the window (eg your hand)
take away, so back when possible and take slightly against diving.
after a big job clipping and hide spots on masks.
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in this example ... fast!
trimming,
automatic levels or curves,
accent because it is still fuzzy ...
copy part of the forehead with not one sharp edge, but a significant diffusion (here 34)
you can duplicate the example (task center = red arrow) and place it on the front in the center to cover the spot (cramée light)
ditto for the underside of the nose,
on the nose it's done to the buffer,
Here is a small example that can take time !!!
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Re: Africans masks

Postby sierra whiskey » Tue May 19, 2015 9:09 am

Hi

I loved the images & fully appreciate the difficulties having recently taken a number of photos in a couple of museums...it's not easy through the glass. I think almost all you photos look brilliant which is probably why i Noticed the image with the beads.

keep up th good work I always like seeing your shows.

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Re: Africans masks

Postby thoutmosis » Wed May 20, 2015 7:41 am

thank you for your comments
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