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Oct 04, 2016 10:57 as a reply to post 18148023 |  #8566

thanks...I do get it right once in a while...:-D


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Oct 04, 2016 11:08 |  #8567

Near Kitzbühel, Austria (the sports town of the Alps, if you like skiing).

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Oct 04, 2016 12:09 |  #8568

Photo appears really noisy ^^. Was that intentional?

That place looks really awesome though. I could probably spend a few weeks, or months, there.


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Oct 05, 2016 08:22 as a reply to seaLere's post |  #8569

Yes the sky looks strange, I believe it's smoke rising into the sky from a fire in a field nearby (on the right side) and not clouds and yes the image is not that perfect... I use a very small camera with a very small sensor.
This is the pool of an hotel, inside the building on the picture there is another pool and a spa.

I post pictures I like, I'll never get the quality produced by a Canon 6D.
I like travelling with a camera in my pocket.


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Oct 05, 2016 09:50 |  #8570

Kitzbühel, Austria...
a very beautiful city, with good food anywhere and where criminality is close to 0... Italy is number one for food but Austria is probably in the top five, this is just my opinion.

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Oct 05, 2016 12:37 as a reply to seaLere's post |  #8571

Well he is using a Powershot S95. Small sensor and the camera came out in 2010.

Austria looks really nice. One place id like to visit in the future :)


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Oct 05, 2016 12:40 |  #8572

So since I got this 17-40 f4 (had the 17-35 2.8), I've noticed that a lot of lights are doing this weird streaking thing. This never happened with my old lens. Any ideas what's going on here? Any easy way to remove this?

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Oct 05, 2016 13:14 |  #8573

Alenya wrote in post #18148942 (external link)
Kitzbühel, Austria...
a very beautiful city, with good food anywhere - Italy is n°1 for food but Austria is a probable N°2 or 3, this is just my opinion - and where criminality is close to 0.
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If only there were more luxury cars here...:eek:, what a gorgeous place.

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So since I got this 17-40 f4 (had the 17-35 2.8), I've noticed that a lot of lights are doing this weird streaking thing. This never happened with my old lens. Any ideas what's going on here? Any easy way to remove this?


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Looks like you might have some schmutz on your lens causing this glare. Look for a thin film or something that wouldn't affect the image quality except when light shines through it. If it's not anything like that, then it's hard to say as I have the 17-40 and don't ever have this specific issue. I will say that the lens is pretty susceptible to lens flare in general, but if anything I get those little circles all over the place. For me, lens flare is a huge pain in the ass to retouch, so I would also be curious to see if there's a better way other than plain old cloning/healing.

If a surface you're retouching is a solid color, you can paint it with a brush in PS, then add noise to make it look natural. Your flare here is all over the place, so I doubt that's much help in this instance.




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Oct 05, 2016 13:48 |  #8574

seaLere wrote in post #18149077 (external link)
So since I got this 17-40 f4 (had the 17-35 2.8), I've noticed that a lot of lights are doing this weird streaking thing. This never happened with my old lens. Any ideas what's going on here? Any easy way to remove this?


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do you have any kind of filter on the lens?


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Oct 05, 2016 14:16 |  #8575

TRhoads wrote in post #18149130 (external link)
do you have any kind of filter on the lens?

Attempted it with a CPL and with no filter and had the same results.


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Oct 05, 2016 14:22 |  #8576

Alenya wrote in post #18148942 (external link)
Kitzbühel, Austria...
a very beautiful city, with good food anywhere - Italy is n°1 for food but Austria is a probable N°2 or 3, this is just my opinion - and where criminality is close to 0.
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#2 or 3? Interesting to hear that from a French(wo)man. I would have ranked your country as #2! Regardless, nice shot!


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Oct 05, 2016 20:56 |  #8577

Shot a new giant convenient store/restaurant for a construction company yesterday. Just finished the edits.

Here are 2 of the 3 exteriors I did. No sky replacements.

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Oct 05, 2016 20:57 |  #8578

And a few of the interior. Thing is the nicest gas station I've been in! You can see on the ceiling where I was dealing with that flare. It's unfortunate but oh well.

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Oct 06, 2016 06:00 as a reply to seaLere's post |  #8579

Underexpose by a stop or 2, that will help you figure out if its the lens. My Tokina is also susceptible to flare on longer interior exposures.


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Oct 06, 2016 10:07 |  #8580

It's still there even when it's severely underexposed.


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