hey, that's a cool shot ;)
Ahh.... finally a shot I can follow up after!!
Camera Model: NIKON D70
Image Date: 2006:08:22 21:18:46
Flash Used: No
Focal Length: 70.0mm (35mm equivalent: 105mm)
Exposure Time: 2.500 s
White Balance: Auto
Metering Mode: Matrix
The action and quality of this thread is fast and furious! :D
Great work everyone! :cool:
Tori, you absolutely nailed it with that last photo! The CP & GND combo' seems to work a treat! :cool::D
If only my pp skills were as good as Rooz's ;) ..., but honestly if Rooz's skills are, shall we say, pretty basic, mine are non-existent! :p:o ...Quote:
Rooz's pp skills save the day again!
(the learning curve can seem very steep indeed! :()
I was finding it hard to get a reasonable photo of some chickens in the run.
I passed the camera down through the wires at one end and aimed it, blindly,
trying to make sure it was pointed in the right direction and looked about level
This was the result...
Have you done any altered/tweaked versions?? I am thinking a less red/bluer version - I think that colouring is beyond the range of the Auto WB (D80 limit is somewhere around 3500K, not sure about the D70).
Would be interesting to see a few variations.:cool:
I find it hard to believe but I like your chicken shot! - Nice composition and DOF.
The chook looks a bit stuck on the background, was that the original shot or has it had sharpening that has caused that effect?
The primates were gracious enough to follow the rule of 1/3rds while they tried to kill each other before my eyes last week.
(At least after post process cropping):D
Don't know if I should burn in that foreground rock a bit or if it's good so bright to give some counterpoint.
the chicken shot looks great. the angle makes it and the cage funnels you right into the focal point. awesome fight scene dpr !
heres lucas and grandpa. my PP skills coming to the fore again. film grain and B&W. :p