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Nov 26, 2011 13:21 |  #5491

proletsearch wrote in post #13454057 (external link)
Nice shots, Corey. The 4th image is my favorite of all- pretty nice background choice...

Thanks!

@jwhittaker - What is the distance and aperture you took this shot from? The result looks a bit weird to me, but maybe this was your intention?

Ya, it almost looks like the out of focus was done in PP.


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Nov 26, 2011 14:44 |  #5492

^^130mm 1/30 2.8 - head happened to be turning so it went blurred. The rest of the photoshoot was 'straight' but I quite liked the effect of this one, the in focus eye has more impact, kind of connects with me. No editing, just B&W.


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Nov 26, 2011 15:01 |  #5493

This is what left from 18 MP image after huge crop:

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Too bad, it is not a lower ISO - this one is 800, f 4.0, 200. The parts of the image behind the birdy were blurred in PS.

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Nov 26, 2011 15:05 |  #5494

proletsearch wrote in post #13454392 (external link)
This is what left from 18 MP image after huge crop:

QUOTED IMAGE

Too bad, it is not a lower ISO - this one is 800, f 4.0, 200. The parts of the image behind the birdy were blurred in PS.

can you post the uncropped image?


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Nov 26, 2011 15:07 |  #5495

mannetti21 wrote in post #13454417 (external link)
can you post the uncropped image?

You mean the whole 18 MP image, or just the perspective of the original image at the same resolution above...?


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Nov 26, 2011 15:09 |  #5496

proletsearch wrote in post #13454421 (external link)
You mean the whole 18 MP image, or just the perspective of the original image at the same resolution above...?

perspective, so that we can see how much was cropped


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Nov 26, 2011 15:11 |  #5497

Nice job guys! This thread has been busy! I've got a lot of changes going on right now but will have a ton of more time to shoot shortly. Here's 2 from the holidays! My little cuz, Noy..

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and my dog Xena. Sorry if the colors or edits are off, did a quick edit at my parents to show family while they were there on a crappy monitor.

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Nov 26, 2011 15:12 |  #5498

mannetti21 wrote in post #13454429 (external link)
perspective, so that we can see how much was cropped

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Nov 26, 2011 15:15 |  #5499

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QUOTED IMAGE

I'd say that is pretty damn good, ESPECIALLY at ISO800...should be able to get rid of some more noise with NeatImage or NoiseNinja


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Nov 26, 2011 15:20 |  #5500

mannetti21 wrote in post #13454459 (external link)
I'd say that is pretty damn good, ESPECIALLY at ISO800...should be able to get rid of some more noise with NeatImage or NoiseNinja

Thanks. Is NeatImage in any terms better than the usual noise reduction in Lightroom?

Chris - very nice images as usual from you!


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Nov 26, 2011 15:27 |  #5501

proletsearch wrote in post #13454482 (external link)
Thanks. Is NeatImage in any terms better than the usual noise reduction in Lightroom?

Chris - very nice images as usual from you!

Thanks! I actually only use NR in LR3 FWIW. I think it does a fantastic job. Here's another shot of Mary from the session a few weeks back.. Wide open and very quick edit in LR.

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Nov 26, 2011 15:28 |  #5502

proletsearch wrote in post #13454482 (external link)
Thanks. Is NeatImage in any terms better than the usual noise reduction in Lightroom?

Chris - very nice images as usual from you!

NeatImage will analyze the photo and try to pick out a "blank" spot in the picture where colors are uniform. For example, a wall behind a person or a portion of the sky without any details. Then it basically analyzes the area and determines a noise pattern that gets subtracted from the entire picture, thereby reducing the noise.

Now that I look at your picture more, I don't believe it will work very well since there is no area large enough that seems to be uniform.


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Nov 26, 2011 15:31 |  #5503

ni$mo350 wrote in post #13454508 (external link)
Thanks! I actually only use NR in LR3 FWIW. I think it does a fantastic job. Here's another shot of Mary from the session a few weeks back.. Wide open and very quick edit in LR.

I prefer not to use noise reduction in most of the cases, because I do feel I loose a lot of details.In the above image I have not used NR. For a portrait shot maybe it is reasonable to do so sometimes...

P.S Is that her phone I see on the right side left with the leafs alone? :)

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NeatImage will analyze the photo and try to pick out a "blank" spot in the picture where colors are uniform. For example, a wall behind a person or a portion of the sky without any details. Then it basically analyzes the area and determines a noise pattern that gets subtracted from the entire picture, thereby reducing the noise.

Now that I look at your picture more, I don't believe it will work very well since there is no area large enough that seems to be uniform.

Thanks for the information on that product. I will try it out on other images I have, now that I know how it works...

Here a shot at ISO 1250 with some noise reduction from LR3:

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Nov 27, 2011 05:57 |  #5504

^^ lovely squirrel pic. we don't have any left in england any more :(


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Nov 27, 2011 07:02 |  #5505

I guess anything is possible but I do not know if a squirrel of the above type ever existed in my home state of Pennsylvania, USA or anyplace here that I am aware of. Do you know the name of that squirrel? I have never seen one anywhere. Aside from the great photograph that squirrel is very interesting.


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