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Little Critique Please!

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Jul 01, 2012 08:58 |  #1

Please take a look at my Flickr landscape shots. They can be found here:​photos/55056358@N04/ (external link)

I have been playing around with processing my Canon 60D raw pictures and I can honestly say I haven't gotten one to look better than it's JPEG counterpart.

I took all the "money shots" in my June Yellowstone/Grand Teton vacation in both Raw + JPEG.

My old camera was a Canon G9. I was always able improve the image using Raw. But no so in my 60D.

I don't like overly processed pictures. But a little enhancement here and there can really amp up the picture.

Comments welcomed on my pictures, especially the 60D (Yellowstone & Grand Teton's). Older pictures are all Canon G9. I expecially want to here how badly needed post processing is on my 60D shots. Thank you.

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Jul 01, 2012 09:05 |  #2

Looks like the horizon is not straight on a lot of them. Colors look really good.

I like the images with something in the foreground better than the ones without. For example, #2 is not nearly as strong as some of your other shots.

Post up one or two in this thread and it is likely you will get more critique.

"Some photographers push the envelope. Some sit behind a keyboard and criticize their accomplishments." (seen in the comments of a photo article)
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Jul 01, 2012 16:04 |  #3

I like this set of photos. The colors pop without looking unnatural. I'm a fan of strong contrast, and these deliver with great color as well.

The 60D is definitely a capable camera. I sold my 5DII 3 days before my 5DIII arrived, so I had to borrow my wife's 60D for a portrait shoot. I was thrilled with the quality of shots when coupled with my 24-70. I've processed many of her raw images from the 60D and seem to have good luck with them.

Doug Vaughn
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