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Welby
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Mar 25, 2008 19:46 |  #31

JD1476 wrote in post #5184254external link
Another thing I notice is that when I export to PS sometimes the pictures look darker.

This would be due to PS being a colour managed program as opposed to when you are viewing them in windows explorer or whatever you use not being colour managed hence the differing colours. Same goes for many web browsers. Have a good read in the processing forum about colour management.


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Jun 10, 2008 13:01 |  #32

just a quick one for TCorzett and John Thawley or any one that want to answer go give the humble opinion


are you guy's shooting in jpeg or raw? please

and btw hi nice forum




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Jun 10, 2008 21:35 |  #33

John and TC, great stuff here! i suggest everyone rate this thread and see if it can get a sticky somewhere because you both have given all of us aspiring motorsports photogs some great shooting and PP tips here!
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Jun 12, 2008 13:48 |  #34

spurry05 wrote in post #5696603external link
just a quick one for TCorzett and John Thawley or any one that want to answer go give the humble opinion

are you guy's shooting in jpeg or raw? please

and btw hi nice forum

anyone help me on this please




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Jun 12, 2008 13:59 |  #35

For the most part, I shoot jpeg.

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Jun 23, 2008 11:56 |  #36

Niavely I always viewed post processing as "cheating" but after reading this thread and thinking of it as the dark room stage, I'll go back to some of my favorite images and have a go at the tings I've read about.


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Jun 23, 2008 15:37 |  #37

Wishbone Racing wrote in post #5776018 (external link)
Niavely I always viewed post processing as "cheating" but after reading this thread and thinking of it as the dark room stage, I'll go back to some of my favorite images and have a go at the tings I've read about.

I used to feel this way, but now I shoot off-road racing and it gets dusty, so post processing is necessary to fix any washed out shots because of dust.

This is right out of my 40D. Although I do have my saturation & sharpness turned up a little.

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Jun 23, 2008 17:01 as a reply to ryant35's post |  #38

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Hi guy's great site and i am trying to learn all the time .Yhis shot was taken at last years le-mans ...........do your worst :othe post above stated that he had increased the sharpness and saturation in the camera how?i have a 40D

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Jun 23, 2008 17:34 |  #39

monkeynuts1 wrote in post #5777868 (external link)
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Hi guy's great site and i am trying to learn all the time .Yhis shot was taken at last years le-mans ...........do your worst :othe post above stated that he had increased the sharpness and saturation in the camera how?i have a 40D

The image style button under you lcd screen. I set the first under defined option for motorsports, sharpness up 1 stop & saturation up 2.



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Jun 24, 2008 05:03 |  #40

ryant35 wrote in post #5778086external link
The image style button under you lcd screen. I set the first under defined option for motorsports, sharpness up 1 stop & saturation up 2.

Is this a rule of thumb or these settings can be used for all motorsports also what effect does this have becuase sometimes my pictures are bland in color/contrast even though the shot is good (if you understand what i mean)...............ev​en more confused STEVE:confused:


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Jun 24, 2008 07:50 |  #41

monkeynuts1 wrote in post #5781076external link
Is this a rule of thumb or these settings can be used for all motorsports also what effect does this have becuase sometimes my pictures are bland in color/contrast even though the shot is good (if you understand what i mean)...............ev​en more confused STEVE:confused:


No rule of thumb, I just noticed when you make these changes on the 40D that actually make a difference in the pictures. I never noticed a change in my old 20D.

So instead of having to photo shop thousands of images, I make the changes I like in the camera.



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Jun 24, 2008 12:46 |  #42

Ok I gave it a shot, here's my first attempt.....
Before.

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Jun 24, 2008 13:04 |  #43

ryant35 wrote in post #5781598external link
No rule of thumb, I just noticed when you make these changes on the 40D that actually make a difference in the pictures. I never noticed a change in my old 20D.

So instead of having to photo shop thousands of images, I make the changes I like in the camera.

Well it helps if you read the instructions :oI had the settings on faithfull which might be the dull tone to the shots ,I have taken your advice and i will give it a go (all the gear and no idea):rolleyes:I have just swapped from a 350D to the 40D so loads of settings to understand............​Steve:lol:


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Jun 24, 2008 14:24 |  #44

monkeynuts1 wrote in post #5783550external link
Well it helps if you read the instructions :oI had the settings on faithfull which might be the dull tone to the shots ,I have taken your advice and i will give it a go (all the gear and no idea):rolleyes:I have just swapped from a 350D to the 40D so loads of settings to understand............​Steve:lol:

I had to do the same thing. I upgraded from my 20D and saw a new button and of course I had to play with it.



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Jun 26, 2008 17:05 as a reply to ryant35's post |  #45

Just remember that picture styles are applied to jpegs but not (directly) to RAW photos.

DPP will interpret the picture style for a RAW and apply it but lightroom will not. That's why lightroom previews look great (the embedded thumbnail jpeg has the style applied) but then seem to suddenly desaturate when the actual raw is rendered. Lightroom doesnt honor picture styles unless its actually been applied to the image directly (a la jpeg)




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