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May 12, 2013 19:36 |  #6646

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It is exported in sRBG and about 90% quality. I find it odd how it looks great in LR4 and the Photo app in windows 8 (which I hate with a passion) but then looks rubbish in photo viewer and Flickr.

I just corrected the Gamma on my screen and it looks quite a bit better now but still not quite how I think it should/could. I feel it might be time for a new IPS screen.

the windows 8 photoviewer gives me a sepia-like look. Its a windows thing, not your monitor

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May 13, 2013 02:37 |  #6647

DanAnCan wrote in post #15925473 (external link)
the windows 8 photoviewer gives me a sepia-like look. Its a windows thing, not your monitor

Left Side: what the image really looks like
Right Side: what the image looks like in windows 8 photo viewer

Hope this helps

It's all making me feel a bit better yes. It's so annoying. You'd think on the same hardware the exact same picture would look the same whatever program is displaying it.

I like the photo viewer as you can quickly skip between pics and it quick to open but I'm loathed to use it as it affects the pics so bad. The Photos app is just horrible to use. Every time you open it, it takes over your whole screen, sometimes it doesn't seem to let you scroll between shots, then if you exit out of it (Alt+F4) it takes you to the windows menu not back to your desktop. What were they thinking at MS when they developed this?


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May 13, 2013 03:02 |  #6648

daaaaaaanmmmmm!!!!!!!!​!!!!!!! looking at those setup i have a long way to go , but hey at least i got my 50D so its one part done :P


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May 13, 2013 03:31 |  #6649

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daaaaaaanmmmmm!!!!!!!!​!!!!!!! looking at those setup i have a long way to go , but hey at least i got my 50D so its one part done :P

Don't worry. That gear in my pic ain't mine. It's part of a photography course I'm on called Creative Edge in Sheffield.

It's fun trying to create your own gear on the cheap. Using whatever you have lying around to replicate the look you want.

This was made up a the back side of wrapping paper, hung off a clothes rail, with dark jackets hung off either end, using a desk lamp as flash and chair as a stand :D

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May 13, 2013 03:39 |  #6650

interesting Chimp , ive just upgraded to a 50D last week ( was 300$ with 17/85 Is lens) AF wasnt suppose to work but its was a setting issue , damn thing works fine :P , so now slowly im lookng at gear & wat i will need like basic stuff for portrait & wedding since i was requested for one this summer


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May 13, 2013 03:50 |  #6651

Wow! Nothing like jumping in at the deep end. A wedding already. Best of luck. If I were you, I'd try and get A LOT of practice in similar conditions before hand and take many more pics than you think you'll need. Also brush up on your PP skills as they're probably be quite a lot you'll need to tweak afterwards. A nice camera will not automatically take nice pics for you, it's all down to your skill.


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May 13, 2013 04:10 |  #6652

hehe well thats where i got the upper hand , ive been a gfx artist for 4yrs now so i have all if not majority of todays best post editing software & most gfx software also & well ive had a Canon SX20 is before i was limited to the quality of work i could do

& the cool thing about the wedding is that is outside & summer

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May 13, 2013 04:18 |  #6653

Cool, you'll be fine.


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May 13, 2013 04:23 |  #6654

i hope , but i will take alot of pics before so i can get use to the camera & its functions & will hopefully look to buy a portrait lens also
but from my lastest pics that u can see on my Dev account , i manage the camera well :P & of course i know my way around my prog which helps alot in my post edits

i mainly use Perfect Photo Suite 7 , Lr 4 , Acdsee Pro 6 for post edit


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May 13, 2013 09:32 |  #6655

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May 13, 2013 10:15 |  #6656

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I have not even begun to start into the realm of editing. I have been told great shots become excellent but I have to ask what are you using and is there an editor for rookies that is not so intense. Being a amateur and not a pro helps that I dont have to make the perfect for anyone but me but I see so many shots like yours that make me want to explore more and more. I am really impressed.


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May 13, 2013 10:49 |  #6657

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I'm not sure I'd want to risk my 5D3 in the water like that, possible freak waves and all, but the result was well worth it :cool:


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May 13, 2013 11:11 |  #6658

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It's actually 4 shots, with the light, paper and mirrors used (or not) differently for each:

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May 13, 2013 12:30 |  #6659

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I'm not sure I'd want to risk my 5D3 in the water like that, possible freak waves and all, but the result was well worth it :cool:

That's what insurance is for, no point bubble wrapping the camera, get out there and use it.




  
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May 13, 2013 12:42 |  #6660

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Yeah, he shot that. He's gotten some good ones of his big sister in soccer too. He has a lot of interest, and works pretty hard at photography, as 7-year-olds go.

Here's my competing shot :)

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lmao!

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super shot btw :D


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