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Mar 07, 2017 17:31 |  #1366

vertical perspective distortion adjustment, rotation, chromaticity, and Ektar 100 simulation.


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Mar 07, 2017 18:27 |  #1367

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May I ask why you went with such a high ISO? Your shutter speed was high enough to allow you to pull back on the ISO a bit.

I was overwhelmed by the high iso performance by the camera.
so i keep testing it a lot more to learn and understand, under and over exposure, and off course excalty correct.
I am just testing the D4, i will buy a new cam this year, and there are so much great cams.
and i like this one, perhaps the 16mb is a limit (not really :oops: ), but that's all.


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Mar 08, 2017 08:13 |  #1368


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Tonemap with SNS-HDR, adjust colour temperature, correct tilt and perspective distortion. Adjust Levels and Highlights/Shadows in PS. I tried various Topaz Filters and settled on a reduce Sunshine Filter eventually.

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Mar 08, 2017 09:55 |  #1369

wow. lots of great edits! will take a stab at this tomorrow.


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Mar 09, 2017 04:29 |  #1370

Mozes wrote in post #18294733 (external link)
I was overwhelmed by the high iso performance by the camera.
so i keep testing it a lot more to learn and understand, under and over exposure, and off course excalty correct.
I am just testing the D4, i will buy a new cam this year, and there are so much great cams.
and i like this one, perhaps the 16mb is a limit (not really :oops: ), but that's all.

Congrats Mozes,
As you shot action (Motorcross), you will love the D4, my friend sold his D750, and now uses the D4, and doesn't miss an action shot, as he shoots wildlife, specifically BIF.. By the way he has his paired with the Sig C 150-600


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Mar 09, 2017 04:46 |  #1371

Bianchi wrote in post #18296089 (external link)
Congrats Mozes,
my friend sold his D750, and now uses the D4, and doesn't miss an action shot, as he shoots wildlife, specifically BIF.. By the way he has his paired with the Sig C 150-600

Well i am still looking for a other camera, and the D4 stands high on my list.
To be honest, with my D7100 i dont miss shots either, ad the moment i just come home with more shots then i need from the D4 :oops:
That high iso is really a BIG +

next to try is the D800, and then i will see, perhaps it will be a D500.
Crop or full frame, i dont see that much different in what i shoot, so that can go either way..


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Mar 09, 2017 07:10 |  #1372

Step 1: Analog EFx Pro2 for judicious antiquing.
Step 2: Lightroom - Crop/angle, Contrast +, Highlights & Shadows -, Green saturation -.

was going for a creepy old world haunted vibe.


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Mar 15, 2017 08:29 |  #1373

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Is it not time we had a new image?

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Mar 15, 2017 14:19 |  #1374

Late entry: Adjusted perspective, converted to B&W, adjusted color response and contrast, added vignette.


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Mar 15, 2017 18:44 |  #1375

Jethr0 wrote in post #18296166 (external link)
Step 1: Analog EFx Pro2 for judicious antiquing.
Step 2: Lightroom - Crop/angle, Contrast +, Highlights & Shadows -, Green saturation -.

was going for a creepy old world haunted vibe.
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Congrats Jethr0, i like it, special for the clock, it just have the focus it needed.. 8-)


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Mar 15, 2017 19:35 |  #1376

Awesome! :-). I'll post up the next image later tomorrow.


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Mar 17, 2017 15:46 |  #1377

Before and After - The Weekly Editing Challenge
...now compiled into a single, easy to locate thread, that can be added to your subscribe/follow list!

Rules are simple:

  • Download the image file from the current week

  • Contestants will have 7 days to edit the image and post their edited version to the thread (Friday March 24, 2017)

  • The owner of the original image will choose a winner

  • The winner will copy & paste this post and include a new downloadable image link

    The new image must be unedited / SOOC (straight our of camera), full-resolution, and in a RAW format, ie. CR2, DNG, TIF, etc
    (Dropbox works well for uploading and linking these large files)


The purpose of this game is to be creative and learn new editing techniques. You must give some insight into exactly how you went about editing the image. For example, increased shadows sliders, reduced highlights, local sharpening, white balance adjustment, specific filters used, tone curve adjustments, etc. Comments and/or questions regarding the edits are encouraged.
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Mar 17, 2017 18:01 |  #1378

More chromaticity to bring out sky and individuate trees. Grad filter.


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Mar 17, 2017 22:20 |  #1379

WOW! Great image!!!


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Mar 18, 2017 02:55 |  #1380

All what was needed done in Acr

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Then in CC2017.
New layer for the trees and added yellow
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And put some extra exposre on the bridge to give it some pop.
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But to start i did a copy layer with a white ballans correction, it did give the sky that needed punch.
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Last step correcting histogram

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