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Nov 10, 2015 06:10 |  #12916

hammer418 wrote in post #17776197 (external link)
Clive looks like a magical place, Rose. :-)

Its like a journal documenting the ongoings in Clive. It's good stuff Rose!




  
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Nov 10, 2015 08:45 |  #12917

Was reviewing images to bring to tonight's pow-wow and came across this one I shot a few months back...I laugh as I recall this shot as she was swimming towards me and about ran into the dome...fun stuff that is only shown in the behind the scenes footage.


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Nov 10, 2015 15:00 |  #12918

ISO 1000, no noise reduction, RAW to Jpeg.


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Nov 10, 2015 17:32 |  #12919

A war hero in the insect world?

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Nov 10, 2015 21:01 |  #12920

jamganz wrote in post #17778386 (external link)
Its like a journal documenting the ongoings in Clive. It's good stuff Rose!

Thanks so much! I sometimes wonder about putting some of these images up, as they are so repetitive, but I love my walks, and the little changes in the surroundings :-)


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Nov 10, 2015 21:04 |  #12921

Immaculens wrote in post #17778340 (external link)
I use Lr vs pse 98% of the time...
My standard values are about 100 for the top slider, 1.6 for radius, 10 or lower for detail because it can mimic noise in many cases - and the masking is quite high.

You can press the alt button while moving all the sliders and it gives you an indication of how heavy and what effect each slider does to the image. Masking can isolate your subject in many cases but not really in landscapes.


evelakes wrote in post #17778348 (external link)
It all depends on the sharpness you start with.
I only sharpen the subject(s) who needs to be sharpened i use the adjustmentbrush
making a mask of the subject using the brush and "show selected mask overlay button"
to see what i am doing. when i go past the lines i correct with the Alt key. With the "flow"
you can adjust the intensity.
When i finish i unselect the button "show selected mask overlay"
Then i push the sharpness forward to a point it doesn't lose quality.
The same goes for for noise reduction. The beauty is you can do this for the sections
you want to do just click on the "New" button below the adjustment brush. Lightroom will
remember the settings and stores them. Ones you make a new mask you will see all the masks
in the photo and you can adjust them while you are going.
The same can be done with the background if for example the noise is to high you can increase
noise reduction and reduce sharpness. But the same goes for shadows/whites/highlig​hts ect.
Lightroom is becoming more and more a stand alone program for photography.

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Hermelin wrote in post #17778355 (external link)
I just use sharpness for landscape or sharpness for face presets

Thanks for the feedback guys. I'll have a good read, and see if my skills are up to the hints Richard posted :-) If I need to. I am finding my upgraded glass is much clearer generally speaking.


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Nov 10, 2015 21:38 |  #12922

Hi everyone - anyone using Legacy glass on their 70D with adaptors?


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Nov 10, 2015 23:36 |  #12923

Another of my Country Road photos, and a leaf that symbolizes nature's roadmap to autumn.

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Nov 11, 2015 08:41 |  #12924

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Nov 11, 2015 20:48 |  #12925

Lovely Richard!


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Nov 11, 2015 21:16 |  #12926

hammer418 wrote in post #17779466 (external link)
Another of my Country Road photos, and a leaf that symbolizes nature's roadmap to autumn.

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I'm gonna totally copy this, Hammer. Excellent light and texture!


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Nov 11, 2015 21:18 |  #12927

Decostanza wrote in post #17778060 (external link)
I have a question that I hope some can assist with. I have been contacted by a gallery to discuss a possible showing and was curious what the best way to present prints during our "meet and greet?" Of course this is tomorrow night so I don't have a lot of time to get things ready. I could put them in a simple portfolio or mount them to some foam board but thought others here would have some ideas.

To get things back on track...here is a shot while we were doing our last decompression stop. We are at a depth of 20' of water. The brown water is tannic water that mixes with the clear blue water. If timed right, it creates the illusion of something burning...interesting enough the exit we are in is referred to as "The Devils Ear."
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Almost missed this one, Don. One of your best yet.


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Nov 11, 2015 21:21 |  #12928

roseyposey wrote in post #17778327 (external link)
Just a question to those who use lightroom ..... ì find myself using it more and more, and doing less in PSE. Is there anyone else using mainly lightroom, and if so how do you go about sharpening.

Thanks

Will and Richard have already answered your question very specifically, so I'll just say that with every new version of Lightroom, there is less need for the pure photographer to use anything but Lightroom.


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Nov 11, 2015 21:22 |  #12929

Jeff Hanson wrote in post #17780538 (external link)
Will and Richard have already answered your question very specifically, so I'll just say that with every new version of Lightroom, there is less need for the pure photographer to use anything but Lightroom.

Yes I've noticed significant changes in the time I've been using it. I just need to learn more of the techniques is all.


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Nov 11, 2015 21:48 |  #12930

Couple of long exposures and random shots with the 70D today. I'll be going back to the railroad track overpass at sunset, because it faces due west. I know the chain link isn't in sharp focus, but I posted it anyway because I really liked the composition. Winds in the midwestern US were crazy today, so I took the track shots quick and got back to the car, only to discover my focusing errors!!!

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