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Roxy Sanchez Beach Photo Shoot By Arthur St. John

Roxy Sanchez Beach Photo Shoot By Arthur St. John

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Behind The Scenes on a Beach Photo Shoot with Sexy Latina Model, Roxy Sanchez and Celebrity Fashion Photographer, Arthur St. John. Photographer Arthur St. John ArthurStJohn FaceBook Twitter YouTube ModelMayhem Model Roxy Sanchez RoxySanchez Twitter ModelMayhem Hair Stylist amp Make-up Artist Rena Maeda RenaMakeup Wardrobe Stylist Tyree Fifer TyreeFifer.ViewBook Twitter ModelMayhem Behind The Scenes Video Curtis J. Moore CurtisJMoore Twitter Brett Cassano Behind The Scenes Video Editor Cheok Wai Lei CheokWaiLei Music Cameron Cartio Cuando Volveras Winterfall Records FaceBook Arthur St. John Photography amp Casting ArthurStJohn infoarthurstjohn arthurstjohnyahoo

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  1. just saw your link on twitter, had to make a comment here. thanks for
    sharing this video with us. its fantastic. superb shooting location.
    gorgeous model. lovely hair and make-up. incredible video and post work.
    wonderful images. thumbs up!

  2. since you know so much lets see your work. where can i see your work since
    you are such a professional who obviously has the „science of photography“
    locked down. your youtube channel shows nothing. maybe all of us novices
    can learn something from you.

  3. I agree with you that the signal or noise ratio is much lower resulting in
    cleaner images. Cleaner = less noise. However, I am a portrait / headshot
    photographer, and the highest ISO I have ever used on a subject has been
    200, with 95% of my shoots being at ISO 100. Between ISO 100 – 400, there
    is no difference in signal to noise ratio. You will start to see a big
    difference as you go over ISO 800. Again, I have tested this with the Canon
    7D (camera I own) and Canon 5D Mark 2.

  4. Yes, longer lens makes more flattering portraits due to change in
    perspective, but you don’t seem to realize that using lens on APS-C body
    does not magically change focal length. It gives approximately same field
    of view as longer lens but without the change in perspective that comes
    with change in focal length, because you haven’t actually changed focal
    lengths. Regardless of whether you’re using FF or APS-C, your perspective
    will remain exactly the same. There is no advantage to using APS-C.

  5. Camera B will give you a cropped shot of the center. You’d get the same
    result if you shot it with the full frame then cut out the center in
    Photoshop. „My camera takes smaller pictures“ is not an advantage.

  6. Did you really just ask us to take a photo and crop the center? Everyone knows cropping any part of a photo loses resolution. Why would I want to crop a photo when I can shoot the exact frame I’m looking for? If I’m shooting with a Canon 5D Mark2 at 21mp, and I decide to crop my image to get the center portion, I’m losing about 40% of the 21mp frame I have just captured, so now my new image (cropped from original) is only 12.6mp. I would get a higher resolution image by using my 18mp canon7D.

  7. Noise at ISO 100? there is no noise at ISO 100, on any camera.. show me some examples of this… this is just getting silly. I have taken thousands of photos at ISO 100, magnified to 100%, and even larger… and there is no noise. If any camera produces noise at ISO 100 it should be trashed. You have your arguments Joe, I have mine… We can go at this for days arguing advantages and disadvantages of both types of cameras. Its always a great debate and subject of many on-line forums.

  8. then why do so many pros use APS-C (cropped sensor) cameras? I for one use a Canon7D (cropped frame), I am considered a pro. Emily Soto uses a Canon 7D, she is considered a pro with a strong following, David Ziser top wedding photographer uses the Canon 7D, and so many others…. its a matter of preference, a matter of taste, a matter of style, what works for you may not work for others, and vice versa. Canon’s 1D Mark4 (considered an epic camera), used by many pros, is a cropped sensor.

  9. Of course there is noise at ISO 100. All electronic devices produce electronic interference of some sort whether it be a TV, radio, camera, or anything else. The fact that you yourself can’t detect it doesn’t mean it isn’t there. Perhaps you don’t notice it but don’t assume nobody else can. And I can clearly see a huge difference between full frame camera noise and APS-C. If it doesn’t bother you, that’s great, keep using whatever camera makes you happy.

  10. A combination of price, habit, and ignorance. People who claim to be experts keep repeating incorrect ideas about how lenses work, people listen to those so-called experts and shoot APS-C. And by the way, this is called an appeal to popularity, and it is a logical fallacy. Just because many people do something does not make it right. Take every religion ever, for example.

  11. No, I didn’t say you should crop a full frame photo. I’m explaining that shooting with an APS-C from the same position with the same lens as an APS-C, you are doing precisely that. CROP sensor.

  12. No, I didn’t say you should crop a full frame photo. I’m explaining that shooting with an APS-C from the same position with the same lens as an APS-C, you are doing precisely that. CROP sensor.

  13. A combination of price, habit, and ignorance. People who claim to be experts keep repeating incorrect ideas about how lenses work, people listen to those so-called experts and shoot APS-C. And by the way, this is called an appeal to popularity, and it is a logical fallacy. Just because many people do something does not make it right. Take every religion ever, for example.

  14. then why do so many pros use APS-C (cropped sensor) cameras? I for one use a Canon7D (cropped frame), I am considered a pro. Emily Soto uses a Canon 7D, she is considered a pro with a strong following, David Ziser top wedding photographer uses the Canon 7D, and so many others…. its a matter of preference, a matter of taste, a matter of style, what works for you may not work for others, and vice versa. Canon’s 1D Mark4 (considered an epic camera), used by many pros, is a cropped sensor.

  15. Noise at ISO 100? there is no noise at ISO 100, on any camera.. show me some examples of this… this is just getting silly. I have taken thousands of photos at ISO 100, magnified to 100%, and even larger… and there is no noise. If any camera produces noise at ISO 100 it should be trashed. You have your arguments Joe, I have mine… We can go at this for days arguing advantages and disadvantages of both types of cameras. Its always a great debate and subject of many on-line forums.

  16. Did you really just ask us to take a photo and crop the center? Everyone knows cropping any part of a photo loses resolution. Why would I want to crop a photo when I can shoot the exact frame I’m looking for? If I’m shooting with a Canon 5D Mark2 at 21mp, and I decide to crop my image to get the center portion, I’m losing about 40% of the 21mp frame I have just captured, so now my new image (cropped from original) is only 12.6mp. I would get a higher resolution image by using my 18mp canon7D.

  17. damn you never get any really good videos on here. i basically only ever use one site now because they have real girls who like to show off on cam and want to hook up go here: bit.ly/YD5kWK?=ciyhp

  18. great vid love the shots. only thing I would quip with is her skin. Please only take this as creative criticism , but it looks like it may have been a tad to much photoshop on the skin. It just looks a tad to perfect, but excellent work.

  19. I just started watching your videos about 3 hours ago and im in love with your style because is so similiar to mine so watching you makes me wanna go out there and just do a shoot.hahahah. Keep making more amazing videos bro as i will keep watching them and learning is a never ending thing for me and you def teach me so much with this vids

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