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Jun 28, 2012 18:54 |  #166

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Stro, may i please know what settings you used for these shots?

If you click them, you can get the EXIF info under the 'actions' menu in Flickr.

I was at 2.8f, ISO 100, and 11mm. Shutter was high, and varied depending on each shot. One of the things I love about this lens. I can crank it wide open to keep my shutter speed high. I rarely even have to bother with focusing. Set it to infinity, and forget it.



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Jun 28, 2012 18:55 |  #167

Dr.D wrote in post #14645733 (external link)
Like this shot Stro

Rivest wrote in post #14645908 (external link)
^^ Same here, very nice. Great to see you posting some pictures!

Thanks, guys :)



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Jun 28, 2012 18:59 |  #168

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thanks :)

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Jun 28, 2012 19:04 |  #169

Bill Ragosta wrote in post #14645263 (external link)
Thanks Mike, there are actually a couple of things I'd like to do with it in Photoshop Elements but I'm having some trouble opening RAW files from the new body. When I get that figured out, I think I want to add some warmth everywhere and maybe try to figure out how to get more radiation or a starburst effect from the sun.

If you have specific questions with Elements maybe I can help - although I do not use the Organizer - Just the editor. I store all photos in my Lightroom Library/Catalog and if a photo need s speicial "Elements touch" - I export it there

Easierst way to get a Starburt for the sun is setting your camera's aperture to f/8 to f/11 range...

Edit: - then you get shots like Stro's that don't need the pinched aperture... ;-)a


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Jun 28, 2012 19:12 |  #170

Immaculens wrote in post #14646073 (external link)
If you have specific questions with Elements maybe I can help - although I do not use the Organizer - Just the editor. I store all photos in my Lightroom Library/Calalog and if a photo need s speicial "Elements touch" - I export it there

Easierst way to get a Starburt for the sun is setting your camera's aperture to f/8 to f/11 range...

Edit: - then you get shots like Stro's that don't need the pinched aperture... ;-)a

Then, you have stro's shaky hands that need all the shutter speed they can get ;)



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Jun 28, 2012 19:14 |  #171

Immaculens wrote in post #14646073 (external link)
If you have specific questions with Elements maybe I can help - although I do not use the Organizer - Just the editor. I store all photos in my Lightroom Library/Calalog and if a photo need s speicial "Elements touch" - I export it there

Easierst way to get a Starburt for the sun is setting your camera's aperture to f/8 to f/11 range...

Edit: - then you get shots like Stro's that don't need the pinched aperture... ;-)a

Thanks for the info. I'm going to wear that spot out going back time after time to take and retake the picture. The effects on Stro's shots certainly are interesting.

Here's the same photo with a very quick fix in Elements.

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Jun 28, 2012 19:24 |  #172

Bill Ragosta wrote in post #14646116 (external link)
Thanks for the info. I'm going to wear that spot out going back time after time to take and retake the picture. The effects on Stro's shots certainly are interesting.

Here's the same photo with a very quick fix in Elements.

Very nice. I likes. The effect you see on the shots I posted are mainly due to the lens's distortion. I don't like to correct the perspective distortion as I really like how it makes shots look. I try to compose, with that in mind. I'm a landscape freak, lately. Wide open spaces...it's like poetry.



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Jun 28, 2012 20:23 |  #173

Str0ntium wrote in post #14646027 (external link)
If you click them, you can get the EXIF info under the 'actions' menu in Flickr.

I was at 2.8f, ISO 100, and 11mm. Shutter was high, and varied depending on each shot. One of the things I love about this lens. I can crank it wide open to keep my shutter speed high. I rarely even have to bother with focusing. Set it to infinity, and forget it.

Oh okay, didnt know that, am new to flickr as well.

Thanks Stro! :D


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Jun 28, 2012 20:33 as a reply to  @ schy's post |  #174

Hmm, pics don't look as good on Flickr as they do on the comp, oh well.

Here are a few from my honeymoon in Thailand. I have a lot, just way too lazy to upload them all.

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Jun 28, 2012 20:46 |  #175

I love the second one! Gives a sense of motion!

Great photos Str0!


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Jun 28, 2012 20:53 |  #176

MakisM1 wrote in post #14646496 (external link)
I love the second one! Gives a sense of motion!

Great photos Str0!

Thanks, so much, Gerry!



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Jun 28, 2012 21:44 |  #177

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I would so love to have these as my desktop background! Of course, if I did, i might not get any work done :)


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Jun 28, 2012 22:33 |  #178

Took this of a friends car and it was chosen for a contest :)

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Jun 28, 2012 22:37 |  #179

Looks like a good marriage omen to me!

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Here are a few from my honeymoon in Thailand. I have a lot, just way too lazy to upload them all.

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Jun 28, 2012 22:39 |  #180

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Took this of a friends car and it was chosen for a contest :)

Sweet ride! I'd clone that bird house on the right and shoot with a CPL next time to reduce reflections on the side of the car :)


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