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Aug 09, 2013 07:15 |  #3721

pauly916 wrote in post #16193563 (external link)
Russ I don't know what to say. My heart goes out to you and your family your in my thoughts.

thank you brother man! we need all we can get right now.


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Aug 09, 2013 09:31 |  #3722

vinmunoz wrote in post #16193564 (external link)
thank you very much.

nowadays, when i pp an image with greens, yellows and blues, i usually saturate them a bit. then i darken the blacks and add shadows a tad. I also make sure the sharpness are just right. i easily go overboard with that.

hope that helps.

Thanks for the insight on your pp, gives me a bit of direction :)


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Aug 09, 2013 10:00 |  #3723

I saturate the greens, blues and yellows individually in LR.


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Aug 09, 2013 10:01 |  #3724

Russ I'm terribly sorry for your loss. What a horrible thing to go through. I wish I could say or do something to help but I don't know what it would be.


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Aug 09, 2013 10:58 |  #3725

S.n.a.f.u. wrote in post #16193580 (external link)
thank you brother man! we need all we can get right now.

Sorry she had to go in such a horrible way. :(

My grandfather was killed in a similar fashion of neglect. We eventually won a large lawsuit settlement, which is about all you can do.

Your family would be wise to not spread any information about this on the internet or name the hospital or anyone involved. It can only hurt your claim against the hospital.




  
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Aug 09, 2013 11:53 |  #3726

vinmunoz wrote in post #16193957 (external link)
I saturate the greens, blues and yellows individually in LR.

I do similar but rarely yellows (I'll be more mindful now)

For greens and blues I saturate a little but also in 'Luminance' I decrease a little to make them darker.

Also for greens, especially leaves and grass, I go to Hue and increase Yellow which - oddly - has a great effect of greening grass and leaves, by removing yellow.

I also very slightly increase hue green.

All the above are mainly for outdoor nature shots.


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Aug 09, 2013 11:58 |  #3727

Went out playing last night and got eaten by mosquitoes. These are the best I got while dodging the little buggers.

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Aug 09, 2013 11:58 |  #3728

My condolences Russ ~

Consider contacting the media to bring more awareness.

However, I'm sure the hospital has covered their careless tracks to a good degree, which sounds like they have some experience in...

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...these people are careless and have been a direct result of death of at least 4 people in the last 5 years because of their careless ways and are a major catholic hospital in an even bigger network of catholic hospitals...


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Aug 09, 2013 12:01 |  #3729

Nice shots - loved your coyote shot in the brush too

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Aug 09, 2013 12:02 |  #3730

My fave - good drama

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Few shots from my summer. Haven't been out taking photos nearly as much as I'd like.

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Aug 09, 2013 12:44 |  #3731

Some really great samples in this thread, the CL-415 landing with the boats is great!

Does anyone have a sample of this camera with a 16-35 L attached @ 16mm?


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Aug 09, 2013 14:20 |  #3732

Russ,

I was sorry to hear about your most recent struggle. You've been having a rough go of it for a while now. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


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Aug 09, 2013 14:23 |  #3733

Has anyone noticed any extra grain when looking through the viewfinder? In the viewfinder, but not on the pics.

It's most prominent with my fisheye, and gets stronger as aperature closes.
My 55-250 shows it on the long end, but not as much as the fishey.
My 40mm doesn't show it at all.


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Aug 09, 2013 16:25 |  #3734

rdmello wrote in post #16194612 (external link)
Has anyone noticed any extra grain when looking through the viewfinder? In the viewfinder, but not on the pics.

It's most prominent with my fisheye, and gets stronger as aperature closes.
My 55-250 shows it on the long end, but not as much as the fishey.
My 40mm doesn't show it at all.

Drop your focusing screen and blow out the mirror box with a rocket blower, replace focus screen, profit.


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Aug 09, 2013 18:32 |  #3735

rdmello wrote in post #16194612 (external link)
Has anyone noticed any extra grain when looking through the viewfinder? In the viewfinder, but not on the pics.

It's most prominent with my fisheye, and gets stronger as aperature closes.
My 55-250 shows it on the long end, but not as much as the fishey.
My 40mm doesn't show it at all.

It is normal, no need to remove to clean, that will likely result in more dust somewhere. The focus screen has a slight grain to it, they say it helps with manual focusing somehow.


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