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    Thumbs up Welding Photographer

    Hello, my name is Chad Ward. I am a welding engineer and a photographer. I recently did some welding photos and would like to share them here. Please visit my website: http://www.ccwardphotography.com

    Once you are on the website just click the welding category. Hope you enjoy and have a Merry Christmas!




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    Did you use a HDR camera or Photoshop?
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    That is sweet!

    Merry Christmas to you as well!

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    I am using a Canon T1i, this was shot in RAW but no HDR and no Photoshop other than Adobe RAW to do simple editing.

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    Nice work. "Tig Root 3" is the only photo I've ever seen of someone feeding Tig filler through the gap. Not a commonly used technique, so it's really cool to see a picture of it. Is it ok to save a copy? (non commercial use and I'll leave the watermark alone - promise)

    Reason I asked about HDR was that I've been researching Ultra-high dynamic range for shooting welding video. It's some mighty expensive equipment! Prices seem to be coming down, I hope within a few years it will be within reach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cw13 View Post
    I am using a Canon T1i, this was shot in RAW but no HDR and no Photoshop other than Adobe RAW to do simple editing.
    I like your pics. Nice exposure. What mode were you shooting in? I just got the T2i with the kit lens 18-55 and the 250 mm IS. What card are you using? What class?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR.57 View Post
    Nice work. "Tig Root 3" is the only photo I've ever seen of someone feeding Tig filler through the gap. Not a commonly used technique, so it's really cool to see a picture of it. Is it ok to save a copy? (non commercial use and I'll leave the watermark alone - promise)

    Reason I asked about HDR was that I've been researching Ultra-high dynamic range for shooting welding video. It's some mighty expensive equipment! Prices seem to be coming down, I hope within a few years it will be within reach.
    I don't care if you save a copy to use for a background or something. I have done HDR photos with some software but yes some of this stuff is super expensive! The guy doing the backfeed like that is a friend of mine and that is also how I was taught. I am glad you liked the photos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monte55 View Post
    I like your pics. Nice exposure. What mode were you shooting in? I just got the T2i with the kit lens 18-55 and the 250 mm IS. What card are you using? What class?
    Nick
    My card is a Secure Digital Delkin Pro 8G, class 6, 22MB/s 150x, my camera is a
    T1i, I used the 18-55mm IS for most of the shots, the IS really helps in the low light conditions so i did not have to use a tripod. I shoot exclusivly RAW in Manual mode. Thanks for viewing!

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    Hope Carhartt sees these pictures, might be some serous advertizing coin for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer View Post
    Hope Carhartt sees these pictures, might be some serous advertizing coin for you!
    Or Tillman welding gloves! I can only hope so...

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