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Oct 12, 2008 07:00 |  #1

Hey all, just looking for a bit of feedback with regards to this shot. I'm new to sports photography so i'm trying to get a handle on what works.
Cheers. :)

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Oct 12, 2008 08:22 |  #2

Seems too dark.
Using Levels and adjusting the white point and the mid-range....

And then there is a happy medium between the two, if you think that's too light.


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Oct 12, 2008 08:48 as a reply to  @ Robert_Lay's post |  #3

If the original was shot in Ireland in the last few weeks, then it is probably too bright! :lol:


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Oct 12, 2008 10:03 as a reply to  @ KarlosDaJackal's post |  #4

@Robert
Yes, agree with you there, the original is too dark. Somewhere between the 2 is probably the closest. Cheers.

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@ Karlos
Your not far wrong although when the shot was taken it actually wasn't too bad. Though normally we have one season that lasts the entire year, known as "dull"!


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