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Nov 18, 2015 09:14 |  #2716

One more:

The red light is from a flare one of my friends was carrying.


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Nov 25, 2015 01:33 |  #2717

mikeandtomphoto wrote in post #17788252 (external link)
Wow awesome. Really want to integrate this sort of thing into our wedding photos. A wedding blogroll with a final milkway landscape shot would be awesome. We need the right venue in the right locations first!

Mike and Tom, ...you mean like this? http://www.linandjirsa​blog.com …edding-lorenz-and-marisa/ (external link) (The last photo; from a wedding I photographed about a year ago here in Southern California. One of the only venues that has a view of the milky way, that's for darn sure!)


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Dec 01, 2015 13:16 |  #2718

Fumbling my way through photoshop. So far editing is much easier/more precise than using the adjustment brush in lightroom which was my go-to for the last 2 years.

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Dec 01, 2015 13:18 |  #2719

Notquitesure wrote in post #17803390 (external link)
Fumbling my way through photoshop. So far editing is much easier/more precise than using the adjustment brush in lightroom which was my go-to for the last 2 years.


That's a great shot. In what way do you find PS easier than LR? Are you on the CC version?


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Dec 01, 2015 13:39 |  #2720

Matthew_Saville wrote in post #17796067 (external link)
Mike and Tom, ...you mean like this? http://www.linandjirsa​blog.com …edding-lorenz-and-marisa/ (external link) (The last photo; from a wedding I photographed about a year ago here in Southern California. One of the only venues that has a view of the milky way, that's for darn sure!)

This is 10/10 outstanding work.


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Dec 01, 2015 13:49 as a reply to  @ ptcanon3ti's post |  #2721

I'm on the adobe photography cc plan. I'm no expert and have only been using it for 3 or 4 days now, but the luminosity masks lured me in. In lightroom 5 I'd perform a crude method with the adjustment brush of what photoshop can do in one or two clicks which seems it will help out with my workflow. Also the ability to selectively sharpen and apply noise reduction should help for some of the larger prints I've been doing. Thankfully there are a plethora of youtube tutorials to help with the learning curve, phlearn has been extremely helpful.


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Dec 04, 2015 00:33 |  #2722

Notquitesure wrote in post #17803429 (external link)
I'm on the adobe photography cc plan. I'm no expert and have only been using it for 3 or 4 days now, but the luminosity masks lured me in. In lightroom 5 I'd perform a crude method with the adjustment brush of what photoshop can do in one or two clicks which seems it will help out with my workflow. Also the ability to selectively sharpen and apply noise reduction should help for some of the larger prints I've been doing. Thankfully there are a plethora of youtube tutorials to help with the learning curve, phlearn has been extremely helpful.

Good luck :) both very powerful tools!

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Dec 04, 2015 17:11 |  #2723

NCHANT wrote in post #17806701 (external link)
Good luck :) both very powerful tools!

2 shot composite :)

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A bit kitschy but still magical and great :) The rabbit is nice.


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Dec 05, 2015 01:01 |  #2724

NCHANT wrote in post #17806701 (external link)
Good luck :) both very powerful tools!

2 shot composite :)

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Mikey another fantastic work.
With every picture you show, you get better, but only in logarithmic scale!
Its not question of raising the bars, its now taking the bars to where you can't see it without a telescope!
Heartiest congratulations and more power to you.


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Dec 05, 2015 11:21 |  #2725

Happened to get out with some friends just in time for an ISS flyby.

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Dec 05, 2015 13:24 as a reply to  @ Unbalanced's post |  #2726

Nice timing, and nice shot!




  
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Dec 05, 2015 16:14 |  #2727

Thank you.


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Dec 05, 2015 16:24 |  #2728

NCHANT wrote in post #17806701 (external link)
Good luck :) both very powerful tools!

2 shot composite :)

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Love the Rabbit!


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Dec 05, 2015 20:02 |  #2729

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It's an awesome spot! But infected with photographers at sunset/sunrise :)

Thank you!

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Love this, would really like to know how you managed to do the top half of the image the way you did? Will you share, even by PM?




  
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Dec 06, 2015 09:33 |  #2730

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