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Oct 08, 2011 03:07 |  #3226

jodelak wrote in post #13219869 (external link)
ano ka, eto moon shot ko tonight using a uwa. lol. ginamitan ko ng sangkatutak ng tc.

mr tony, here's my moon shot tonight. it's a bit cloudy that why there are some dark areas in the upper left portion of the moon, and its not sharp as i wanted because of the shutter speed i used. my usual setup is 1/200 ss,f9.0 and iso 200. this one is 0.3 sec.

great sharp photo thanks.


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Oct 08, 2011 03:21 |  #3227

jodelak wrote in post #13220436 (external link)
yep, tinuruan ako ni ian :D

gawa ka ng style na gusto mo tapos record mo as action para 1 click lang, border na agad :D

See I have a lot to learn in photoshop, thanks. Don't know anything about action.


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Oct 08, 2011 03:22 |  #3228

a quick moon shot tonight, with the stratosphere hotel...from the LV First Friday event

IMAGE: http://tonyniev.smugmug.com/Photography/LVartsffrioct11/i-LSzMqQD/1/L/IMG6626-L.jpg

there were free burlesks and these girls were waiting for their turn to show their wares
IMAGE: http://tonyniev.smugmug.com/Photography/LVartsffrioct11/i-33xXSHq/1/L/IMG7290-L.jpg

in Las Vegas we also have liberal knife law, like our gun laws..see this lady carrying her jungle bolo, do this in Canada or NY and you get arrested
IMAGE: http://tonyniev.smugmug.com/Photography/LVartsffrioct11/i-JMwM8Q9/1/L/IMG7298-L.jpg

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Oct 08, 2011 03:26 |  #3229

more from the art district event tonight
nice to have a 70-200 series II on the 7D

IMAGE: http://tonyniev.smugmug.com/Photography/LVartsffrioct11/i-mLw3G52/1/L/IMG7295-L.jpg
24-105mm on the 5D2
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Oct 08, 2011 05:53 |  #3230

jodelak wrote in post #13211805 (external link)
i've been doing a lot of satsat the past few days in this thread. went out tonight with wifey, took some pics and heres a panoramic shot of (used to be) bc place (now called rogers arena). hope you like it:)

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And heres a pic of Telus Science World
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very nice night shots jo.

Peter2516 wrote in post #13212049 (external link)
from Jose Rizal Park overlooking the Seattle downtown....Yes you read it right Jose Rizal Park.

http://i568.photobucke​t.com …s130/rutlian/IM​G_6377.jpg (external link)

one more.

http://i568.photobucke​t.com …s130/rutlian/IM​G_6376.jpg (external link)

nice! did they name those areas in honor of our National Hero?


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Oct 08, 2011 06:03 |  #3231

monk3y wrote in post #13215034 (external link)
the very very bright street on the lower part of the photo is Shaw Boulevard :D and those buildings at the far end is Makati :D

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this is what they call a fiery sky. very nice. how long was your shutter speed here monk3y?

vipergts831 wrote in post #13215876 (external link)
Just warning you guys it is very difficult to get a straight on shot when you have zero space to work with at the 9/11 memorial with the amount of people all trying to get shots with their phones and point and shoots. Also forced to use iso 3200 due to no tripod :( I tried as best as i could:

_MG_9015 (external link) by Prodigy83 (external link), on Flickr

The old with the new shot 1

_MG_9027-Edit (external link) by Prodigy83 (external link), on Flickr

The lost, the old, and the new shot 2

_MG_9032-Edit (external link) by Prodigy83 (external link), on Flickr

Original Twin Tower remnants:

_MG_9043-Edit (external link) by Prodigy83 (external link), on Flickr

Trees representing sprouting life:

_MG_9052-Edit (external link) by Prodigy83 (external link), on Flickr

so many people sacrificed their lives on that day. it's good that they already killed the Mastermind. there were rumors circulating here before that a Fil-Am was part of those Navy Seals who stormed the compound.


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Oct 08, 2011 06:05 |  #3232

jodelak wrote in post #13219964 (external link)
Well what do I know, went out and found out clouds are gone!!!

i wish i have a longer reach lens for those kind of shots.


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Oct 08, 2011 06:06 |  #3233

tonyniev wrote in post #13211240 (external link)
a snapshot of the moon
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really love those moon shots Mr. Tony.


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Oct 08, 2011 06:40 as a reply to  @ ianxxxchua's post |  #3234

Sharing some of my macro shots.

This Spider Shot was taken last February. An SOOC shot as I wanna see how good the Sigma was back then when I bought it.

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Here is the Spider at 100% Crop

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This Spider Shot was taken last Sept. 3 with the poster of Philippine Birds as the background.

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Oct 08, 2011 09:52 |  #3235

ianxxxchua wrote in post #13220724 (external link)
very nice night shots jo.

nice! did they name those areas in honor of our National Hero?


Nice series...I have to learn the borders man.
Yes Ian, they even a name a bridge after him just a couple of blocks away from the park. I'll take a pics of them when I get a chance and post it here.


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Oct 08, 2011 09:55 |  #3236

Mr Tony and Jodelak nice moon shots.


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Oct 08, 2011 11:22 |  #3237

im missing my elem days with this pics, we used to catch spiders for sports. nice set man


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Oct 08, 2011 12:05 |  #3238

angelIV wrote in post #13221479 (external link)
im missing my elem days with this pics, we used to catch spiders for sports. nice set man

Yeah I miss it too. Put them in match boxes and compete against the neighbours kids. Then again that was a long long long time ago.... martial law was still in effect:lol:


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Oct 08, 2011 15:46 |  #3239

Peter2516 wrote in post #13219118 (external link)
I appreciate sharing your workflow like me I start with LR3 then go to cs4 and add border/ I am also learning still the cloning,vanishing point I am so bad for smoothing the edges once I have thing that I don't like vanished but I don't do this very often that is why I dont get used to it, I will need to more practicing. But Monk3y thanks for sharing your workflow...If you don't mind I will try it.

Your workflow is very good IMO, It make sense to do the sharpening, noise reduction as last step before moving on to PS. But why not use clarity? me too I don't use contrast, I have to learn how to use the brush, ND,GND I know how to use them a little bit. Thanks

This is insane pic man. I love UWA so if you are buying another uwa which one you are getting? Thanks again.

Peter i would suggested doing noise reduction first then sharpening. Reason why? You dont want to sharpen noise and make it tougher to reduce after. First remove it and then sharpen the image :D

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Very nice series Viper....Maybe we can go visit the place too next year.

Thanks Peter. Let me know if you are ever in the city :D


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Oct 08, 2011 16:06 |  #3240

vipergts831 wrote in post #13222289 (external link)
Peter i would suggested doing noise reduction first then sharpening. Reason why? You dont want to sharpen noise and make it tougher to reduce after. First remove it and then sharpen the image :D

Thanks Peter. Let me know if you are ever in the city :D

yes I agree :lol: I did not mind what he said coz I rarely use NR :p :lol: you know...very clean files ;)

I do always use sharpening on export with LR though.... at least lately


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