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Can u guys Please treat this Raw file of The White Wagtail for me?

 
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Jun 30, 2013 07:24 |  #1

Guys,
Shot The White Wagtail yesterday.
want to see how you guys are gonna treat it
here is the link to RAW file (external link)

would love to see your version of it.


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Jun 30, 2013 07:28 |  #2

How about showing us your version first and what you're wanting to achieve with the photo? I wouldn't mind giving some input or help if I'm able but I'm not going to download a file from a location/person that I'm not familiar with.




  
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Jun 30, 2013 07:30 |  #3

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How about showing us your version first and what you're wanting to achieve with the photo? I wouldn't mind giving some input or help if I'm able but I'm not going to download a file from a location/person that I'm not familiar with.

Alright
here is my version of it
i think i suck at acheving good Sharpness n removing noise, n that contrast in bokeh look horrible. that's why wanted to see you guys doing it.

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Jun 30, 2013 21:57 |  #6

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Jun 30, 2013 23:38 as a reply to  @ CameraMan's post |  #7

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Jul 01, 2013 02:07 as a reply to  @ Vladdo's post |  #8

Here is my take on it. Nothing dramatic, warmed the rock so the white on the bird would stand out a little more. Lightened the whites a tad & darkened the blacks a bit. Set my white and black points. Removed a couple spots, like right behind the bird that looks like it crapped on the rock ;) Cropped it a little tighter keeping in mind the rule of thirds. That's about it I think.

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Jul 01, 2013 03:19 |  #9

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Here is my take on it. Nothing dramatic, warmed the rock so the white on the bird would stand out a little more. Lightened the whites a tad & darkened the blacks a bit. Set my white and black points. Removed a couple spots, like right behind the bird that looks like it crapped on the rock ;) Cropped it a little tighter keeping in mind the rule of thirds. That's about it I think.

Nice shot BTW.

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Jul 01, 2013 23:33 |  #10

ekfaysal wrote in post #16077517 (external link)
i think i suck at acheving good Sharpness n removing noise, n that contrast in bokeh look horrible. that's why wanted to see you guys doing it.

What noise? I applied my default NR, but really not much noise at ISO200, under exposing by 1 1/2 stops doesn't help with Canon's patented banding though - but cropping severely also contributes significantly.

Unfortunately I don't think you hit the focus spot on, the image looks just a tad soft to start with (or could be the lens at f5.6 I guess - I've never use that lens).


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