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Jul 20, 2017 04:39 |  #2431

woollyback wrote in post #18406137 (external link)
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You certainly have not lost your talent. I love the low view point, it makes this shot something special :-)


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Jul 23, 2017 04:23 |  #2432

Canon M5 - 3 shots processed SNS
Napier looking towards Perfume Point:

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and a container ship leaving the port:

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Jul 25, 2017 08:41 |  #2433

Summer clouds - processed with Photomartix 6

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I prefer SNS-HDR 2 for landscapes but it was quite windy when I took these shots and there was a lot of foliage movement.

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Jul 25, 2017 22:03 as a reply to Stiga's post |  #2434

Is Photomatix better when there's movement?


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Jul 26, 2017 04:43 |  #2435

roseyposey wrote in post #18411353 (external link)
Is Photomatix better when there's movement?

Without a doubt it is the best. Photomatix has 2 methods of killing ghosts caused by movement during the period of exposures: 1. Automatic and 2. by selecting areas before tonemapping takes place.


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Jul 26, 2017 04:47 |  #2436

Stiga wrote in post #18411519 (external link)
Without a doubt it is the best. Photomatix has 2 methods of killing ghosts caused by movement during the period of exposures: 1. Automatic and 2. by selecting areas before tonemapping takes place.

Thanks - generally I try not to bracket when there's wind, but sometimes do get caught out. Haven't been bracketing much, as bought a mirrorless Canon M5 and been getting used to it. Now that I've had another try, got the bug again!


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Jul 30, 2017 07:36 |  #2438

The restaurant.

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I have a hypotheses about restaurant furnishings. As often as not, if the furnishings are plain and simple, the quality of the food is probably excellent :-)

The fish was less than 24 hours old and cooked to perfection.
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The lemon posset was good too but I don't think it should have been accompanied by strawberries. The two flavours don't go well together but the red fruit does make for a better photo!

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Aug 02, 2017 13:24 |  #2439

A couple from a holiday 7 years ago.

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Aug 03, 2017 13:00 |  #2440

Buttermere and beyond

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Aug 03, 2017 13:05 |  #2441

woollyback wrote in post #18418395 (external link)
Buttermere and beyond

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I am sure that HDR has worked wonders on this dull day shot. I know this view well and hope you have some more shots to follow on.

A recent shot?


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Aug 03, 2017 14:35 as a reply to Stiga's post |  #2442

Maestro,

From visit in June but off back tomorrow so hopefully a few more to come.

Hope all well up North

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Aug 03, 2017 18:21 |  #2443

Kind of different, but falls within this category I believe:

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Aug 04, 2017 00:26 |  #2444

J-Blake wrote in post #18418657 (external link)
Kind of different, but falls within this category I believe:

Nicely done. Where is this?


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