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Jan 18, 2014 15:34 |  #3271

That's a remarkable recovery Paul!


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Jan 18, 2014 15:35 as a reply to  @ post 16616297 |  #3272

That's amazing Paul to be able to get that much detail! I love your birds shots ;-)a

I thought the light yesterday was very hard, but as the trip is tide dependent, we had to go in the middle of the day.


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Jan 18, 2014 15:50 |  #3273

JVthePT wrote in post #16616303 (external link)
That's a remarkable recovery Paul!

roseyposey wrote in post #16616304 (external link)
That's amazing Paul to be able to get that much detail! I love your birds shots ;-)a

I thought the light yesterday was very hard, but as the trip is tide dependent, we had to go in the middle of the day.

Thanks both - if it were on film, I'd have nothing... Good old digital eh? :)

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Jan 18, 2014 15:53 |  #3274

Paul Iddon wrote in post #16616341 (external link)
Thanks both - if it were on film, I'd have nothing... Good old digital eh? :)

Paul.

Yes - that's an interesting point :-)


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Jan 18, 2014 17:16 |  #3275

nice photos all


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Jan 18, 2014 17:21 |  #3276

Wish I was 1/2 as Good as you Guys....

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Jan 18, 2014 19:14 |  #3277

Paul are you old enough to remember Kodak Tri-x ??


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Jan 18, 2014 22:44 |  #3278

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Hi Rose.

Your shots are nice, but I think they could have a bit more post processing.
I brought your beach shot into CS6, and did a bit to it. I hope you don't mind.

I may go a little over the top with processing your shot, but I'm just trying to show
that there's a lot of info in the shot that can be shown.

Anyway, after a little bit in ACR, then a bit of a Nik plugin called Big Sky.

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Jan 19, 2014 00:32 |  #3279

davev wrote in post #16617236 (external link)
Hi Rose.

Your shots are nice, but I think they could have a bit more post processing.
I brought your beach shot into CS6, and did a bit to it. I hope you don't mind.

I may go a little over the top with processing your shot, but I'm just trying to show
that there's a lot of info in the shot that can be shown.

Anyway, after a little bit in ACR, then a bit of a Nik plugin called Big Sky.

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There was nothing wrong with the Original file, Maybe it needs a little saturation but that's it. You went too far. Looks HDR'ish and the sky is badly pixelated.

Just my two cents but you have a DSLR, not a point and shoot. A few tweaks and that's all you should have to do in my opinion.


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Jan 19, 2014 02:06 |  #3280

DJHaze596 wrote in post #16617383 (external link)
There was nothing wrong with the Original file, Maybe it needs a little saturation but that's it. You went too far. Looks HDR'ish and the sky is badly pixelated.

Just my two cents but you have a DSLR, not a point and shoot. A few tweaks and that's all you should have to do in my opinion.

I agree the shot might have needed a wee bit more processing, but it does look HDR now (which I enjoy), but it doesn't render the scene as it was. I do like how you've brought up more colour in the greens, but think there needs to be a half or third way point :-)


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Jan 19, 2014 02:20 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #3281

I've done a wee bit more in Lightroom this time - BTW thanks for the hints Dave, and I'm always happy for ideas.

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Jan 19, 2014 03:20 |  #3282

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #16616787 (external link)
Paul are you old enough to remember Kodak Tri-x ??


I remember it, but rarely used it. I daresay I may have even tried to develop it once or twice back in the days when I had my darkroom, though I almost exclusively used 35mm Ilford.


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Jan 19, 2014 07:29 |  #3283

This one looks really nice. I agree that @Dave went over board with the PP. You dun good Rosey! ;)

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Jan 19, 2014 09:57 |  #3284

roseyposey wrote in post #16617488 (external link)
I agree the shot might have needed a wee bit more processing, but it does look HDR now (which I enjoy), but it doesn't render the scene as it was. I do like how you've brought up more colour in the greens, but think there needs to be a half or third way point :-)

Like I said in my post, I went to far just to show that there was a lot more info there that could be brought out.

The sky looks bad because I worked on the small shot in the post, and the fact that I hit this shot with a hammer instead of a feather.

Just trying to get people to realize that there is more there.


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Jan 19, 2014 10:20 |  #3285

You guys are all hacks. You're obsessing on things light, color, contrast, highlights, etc. The biggest problem with that photo (besides needing to drop the highlights a bit) is that there are two attractive women walking up the path. They are a big distraction from the overall scene.

I think you'll agree that my edit is far better. I added in my father watering his garden in San Diego (a climate similar to that where the photo was taken). Therefore, my addition blends in perfectly with the surrounding landscape without causing a major distraction.

Hope you like my superior version. ;)

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