Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Girth, Dec 13, 2008.
she's fucking impressive.
you should have listened to her when she told you to go Canon.
And she never said anything about Canon vs. Nikon. She doesn't know the difference. As long as her pictures come out pretty... thats all that matters little man, thats all that matters.
-almost- pulled the trigger on a 5dII yesterday at best buy. figured the wife would beat the shit out of me if she saw another camera in my office.
specially around x.mas! luckily, the wife was with me yesterday when I bought the stand and UMbrella. Getting her something nice for x.mas though... it should counter balance.
Fuck man she's really good.
Are the pics a bit on the pink side for WB though? Or is it time to recalibrate..
Thanks, I'll let her know!
Done with AB at 5600K with a little brightening on LR. Its probably not the picture.
I'll just become a Wedding Planner and move to Houston to work with you and your wife.
I would have indented the directions slightly from the heading... but that's just me
Cabot & Sassani LLC
Cabssani & Sassbot
Cabot & Sassani working for the Nguyen LLC
Very cool, dude. I took an Indesign class this semester so I appreciate how hard it is to make something like that now.
The background does have a slight tint on my computer too, though...a little magenta.
Does that mean I'll have to start shooting Nikon?
I wouldn't know where to begin. She designs everything on powerpoint, prints, cuts, and glues. She's got it down to a science!
Wow, Powerpoint fur real? Get that woman some real software. I bet if she learned to use it she could do some crazy shit.
She can do some crazy shit with powerpoint!!! Shit I didn't know was even possible on it.
Download Indesign, I think she would like it. I know my typography teacher had a boner over it, it's all we used.
I'll look into it for her, thanks!
Get Illustrator too
These are amazing, props to her.
Very nice work. I have a customer who is in the invitation printing business (I service her printers) so I've gotten to see how much work goes into it.