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Oct 02, 2011 20:15 |  #3016

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Post some once you got something worthwhile. It's amazing what you can do when you stitch multiple images of the same location.

I've heard this is also a good way to take a photo of a busy location. Take multiple shots then have Canon software remove anything that's not standing still. What you are left is a picture of a building (for example) without people.

problem is I am a Nikon user :lol: but I am sure photoshop has something similar :lol:

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Oct 02, 2011 20:25 |  #3017

monk3y wrote in post #13196471 (external link)
problem is I am a Nikon user :lol: but I am sure photoshop has something similar :lol:

Boracay sunset :D
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That's OK. I'm colour blind.

To be honest. It may have been Photoshop I was reading. It was a long time ago, can't really remember much these days:D

Man, you're sunset really makes me wish I'm back home.*thumbs Up*


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Oct 02, 2011 21:07 |  #3018

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problem is I am a Nikon user :lol: but I am sure photoshop has something similar :lol:

Boracay sunset :D
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That's OK. I'm blind now thanks

Steven's photos sure can burn your retinas :lol:


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Oct 02, 2011 21:26 |  #3019

MARTIN!! :lol: that's a reedit already :p you should have seen the original :p haha


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Oct 02, 2011 21:27 |  #3020

Canajun wrote in post #13196507 (external link)
That's OK. I'm colour blind.

To be honest. It may have been Photoshop I was reading. It was a long time ago, can't really remember much these days:D

Man, you're sunset really makes me wish I'm back home.*thumbs Up*

Thanks.... come back home...when was the last time you came back here? Boracay's sunset is definitely very nice... :D


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Oct 02, 2011 21:35 |  #3021

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MARTIN!! :lol: that's a reedit already :p you should have seen the original :p haha

i did , i'm reading this in brail :shock:



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Oct 02, 2011 21:38 |  #3022

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i did , i'm reading this in brail :shock:


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now show me how you read Brail on monitors:p


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Oct 02, 2011 21:53 |  #3023

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Thanks.... come back home...when was the last time you came back here? Boracay's sunset is definitely very nice... :D

2 years ago. I promised myself to come home every year even though I don't have anymore immediate families there. Just a whole bunch of relatives. But due to work relocation into another province. I got too many duties to be able to leave for 2 months. I'm hoping late 2012 for my next visit.

I agree Boracay is beautiful. But I'd like to visit other places in Visayas region. There's so many great places there to be biased to go to the one that I've already been. Besides I can't visit all of them in my lifetime. If I keep going to the same place :-D

The last time I was in Boracay, I was using a Nikon Coolpix 950. So as my statements go I am colour blind :-D I like both Nikon & Canon


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Oct 02, 2011 22:00 |  #3024

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I see you've learned from my crop :lol: cut the head and just leave the shoes :lol:

now show me how you read Brail on monitors:p

what's your next question :p



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Oct 02, 2011 22:04 |  #3025

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2 years ago. I promised myself to come home every year even though I don't have anymore immediate families there. Just a whole bunch of relatives. But due to work relocation into another province. I got too many duties to be able to leave for 2 months. I'm hoping late 2012 for my next visit.

I agree Boracay is beautiful. But I'd like to visit other places in Visayas region. There's so many great places there to be biased to go to the one that I've already been. Besides I can't visit all of them in my lifetime. If I keep going to the same place :-D

The last time I was in Boracay, I was using a Nikon Coolpix 950. So as my statements go I am colour blind :-D I like both Nikon & Canon

yes there are a lot of places to Visit... you should try Sagada Mountain province as well :D

Martin (the blind spammer FJ LOVE) is set to come here this January. if everything goes well we will be heading for Bantayan island north of Cebu and Palawan :D

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Oct 02, 2011 22:06 |  #3026

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yes there are a lot of places to Visit... you should try Sagada Mountain province as well :D

Martin (the blind spammer FJ LOVE) is set to come here this January. if everything goes well we will be heading for Bantayan island north of Cebu and Palawan :D


BWAHAHAHA :lol: you got nothing better to do eh?

i'm actually downloading some of my kid's MMA photos he shot today, lots of girls and even a few fighters :lol:


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Oct 02, 2011 22:22 |  #3027

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i'm actually downloading some of my kid's MMA photos he shot today, lots of girls and even a few fighters :lol:

like father like son :lol: don't forget to post em up or at least link me to it :lol:


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Oct 02, 2011 23:10 |  #3028

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magandang araw sa inyong lahat!

I would like my first post on this forum to be on this thread :) I am Kirby, born and raised in Cavite. Moved to Orange County, CA 5 years ago. I now live in Huntington Beach.

Was looking for inspiration from the web and info on photography and lenses. My friend is a really good fashion/glamour photographer from LA who asked me to visit this forum.

I just got my Canon three months ago and I have been enjoying trying to figure out how to make the most of it.

I'm sorry if I havent gone through all 200 pages but ive read most of the first 20 and the last 20 to see how things are :)

Mabuhay sa inyong lahat.

welcome kabayan. don't worry everybody started with nothing too. in time, you'll get where you wanna go.


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Oct 02, 2011 23:11 |  #3029

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problem is I am a Nikon user :lol: but I am sure photoshop has something similar :lol:

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monk3y, awesome sunset shot. i don't think i would dare do that. hehehe


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Oct 02, 2011 23:15 |  #3030

Canajun wrote in post #13196370 (external link)
Post some once you got something worthwhile. It's amazing what you can do when you stitch multiple images of the same location.

I've heard this is also a good way to take a photo of a busy location. Take multiple shots then have Canon software remove anything that's not standing still. What you are left is a picture of a building (for example) without people.

i haven't used that canon software but i tried something like that in photoshop using the merge to HDR function. just click the "remove ghosting" button and some of those moving things (people, vehicle) will be removed.


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