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Sep 09, 2013 00:24 |  #16

Here is my HDR then convert to B&W version. Sorry but too many specs to clean up.

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Sep 09, 2013 06:22 |  #17

Vladdo wrote in post #16279918 (external link)
Quick 5 min edit in lightroom.. Didn't want to spend much time on it coz my perspective might change on it.. I chose cold colours because that's what I got from it.. It looks harsh and it's not an interesting shot composition wise.. and you really need to clean your sensor.. it's atrocious!

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Not bad, but is the vignetting necessary or add a lot to it.

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Here is my HDR then convert to B&W version. Sorry but too many specs to clean up.

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That is very interesting and nice, good work, i am sorry that my camera is full of dust, i didn't clean my 1Ds3 more often or regular because it is always getting dust as i change lenses a lot, so i got lazy to clean and i don't trust my way of cleaning and i will never go to the dealer for cleaning because they charge high for only cleaning.


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Sep 09, 2013 06:25 |  #18

If anyone want to upload they RAW files so we can work on them you are all welcome, i opened it for others too now just myself, i may not be good enough in processing but i will help for processing if some don't do good job in that and i may do better, working on my photos and others as well always making me learn and improve.

So should i post another RAW photo [again not clean from dusts] to work on it or still you want to go with the OP photo and have more time on that one yet? I have few RAW files i can upload but i will only upload one by one and give each sometimes to work on it.


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Sep 09, 2013 10:14 |  #19

Tareq wrote in post #16280967 (external link)
If anyone want to upload they RAW files so we can work on them you are all welcome, i opened it for others too now just myself, i may not be good enough in processing but i will help for processing if some don't do good job in that and i may do better, working on my photos and others as well always making me learn and improve.

So should i post another RAW photo [again not clean from dusts] to work on it or still you want to go with the OP photo and have more time on that one yet? I have few RAW files i can upload but i will only upload one by one and give each sometimes to work on it.

post one more. i have few raw files with good composition , good colors to practice on.right now i cannot load them as my internet connections are very slow. once i load them i will inform you.




  
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Sep 09, 2013 10:18 |  #20

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post one more. i have few raw files with good composition , good colors to practice on.right now i cannot load them as my internet connections are very slow. once i load them i will inform you.

No need to upload them all, one only for now will be fine then another one later, i can include 3-4 RAW files at once, but i didn't.

I will choose one RAW file of a shot i like and want to see how others can process it for my liking or their recommends.


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Sep 09, 2013 19:51 |  #21

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Not bad, but is the vignetting necessary or add a lot to it.

its a uninspiring pile of rocks with some water.. I was trying to hide/move the emphasis from the uninspiring shot to focus on the dramatic/harsh tones of the water & rocks.. The strong vignette was to also hide the copious amounts of dust bunnies... The shot was also really soft with noticeable camera shake..


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Sep 09, 2013 20:05 |  #22

Vladdo wrote in post #16283218 (external link)
its a uninspiring pile of rocks with some water.. I was trying to hide/move the emphasis from the uninspiring shot to focus on the dramatic/harsh tones of the water & rocks.. The strong vignette was to also hide the copious amounts of dust bunnies... The shot was also really soft with noticeable camera shake..

Good points, in fact it will be much better with that vignetting on B&W shot than color, but i am happy to see your work on it, i appreciate all the works here.


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Sep 14, 2013 09:21 |  #23

Here is a link to 4 RAW files, one of the raw files is one with IR filter, so i would like to see how can you process those to best you can, ignore the dusts, i care more about the colors and corrections to be applied.

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Sep 14, 2013 12:04 as a reply to  @ Tareq's post |  #24

here is my try on ir raw file.
adjusting white balance using eye dropper on brightest part of the cloud.
in photoshop swapping red and blue channels.
adusting levels in luminosity mode
in LAB mode adjusting "b" channel.


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Sep 14, 2013 12:21 |  #25

nittaya wrote in post #16296071 (external link)
here is my try on ir raw file.
adjusting white balance using eye dropper on brightest part of the cloud.
in photoshop swapping red and blue channels.
adusting levels in luminosity mode
in LAB mode adjusting "b" channel.

Nice, i prefer more of that white trees than the yellow, but your effort is decent too, thank you very much!


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Sep 14, 2013 12:32 |  #26

My take.

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Sep 14, 2013 12:39 |  #27

Toned down version

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Sep 14, 2013 12:43 |  #28

Beautiful B&W pp, i didn't think about B&W for them in fact, but i was thinking if that lighthouse shot need to have correction of the distortion too.

Your B&W made me to re-think about doing B&W on some of my works too.


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Sep 15, 2013 01:59 |  #29

Different conversions with DPP, then blended together with DPP++ plugin.

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Sep 15, 2013 05:50 |  #30

Nice, like that first one, thank you very much!


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