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  1. #211
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    D50
    18-55 kit lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by wh0128 View Post
    cincy, do they not allow flashes in the game? Cause I see you have an sb600 that would have lit everything up very well. and why didn't you step up the ISO to 1600 to get a faster shutterspeed?

    That is a very good shot though with that lens. Great job.!
    Correct, they do not allow flashes in college or pro games and to answer your second question, I am not a fan of iso1600 (too grainy) so I try and do the best I can at iso800.

    Also K1W1, nice composition above. I think it would look cleaner if you cropped the black item at the bottom but overall I like it.
    Last edited by cincyimages; 12-30-2006 at 06:26 PM.

  3. #213
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    pp photoshop



    This is really only when you want to make sure you have
    a near perfect pic, or as good as it can possibly get.

    all you're trying to do is find white and black
    create a threshold adjustment layer, double click on it.
    move the slider to the left to find the darkest pixel.
    you want to get as close to "1" as possible. Now place
    a marker on the pixel (shift + alt + left mouse click)
    move the slider to the right to find the lightest pixel.
    you want to get as close to "255" as possible. Now place
    a marker on the pixel (shift + alt + left mouse click)
    you may find you need to use the zoom tool to select the
    proper pixel
    (ctrl L) to bring up the levels dialog box.
    Select the shadow eyedropper and click on the first marker.
    Select the highlight eyedropper and click on the second marker.
    CS2 use smart sharpen all others use unsharp mask.

    I would not recommend this for normal work flow.
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  4. #214
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    Local park in town

    Nikon d50 opteka 500mm

  5. #215
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    XaiLo, interesting pp. Could you provide us with a quick walk through on the steps you did in Photoshop?

  6. #216
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    I achieved near identical results by increasing the exposure and cooling the temperature. I used Adobe Lightroom, it took literally less than a minute from opening the program to closing it.

  7. #217
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    Nikon D80
    Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D AF
    1/60s
    f/5.6 at 50.0mm
    iso320


  8. #218
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    cin how are you finding that 50mm on the d80 ? do you find it's taking crisper photos than the same range on 18-135mm ? do you find the range ok for indoor photos or does it require a fair bit of fiddling and movement for "candid" photos ?
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    Vegas In The Nite

    Taken with Tokina 12-24mm Nikon D200
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  10. #220
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    cin how are you finding that 50mm on the d80 ? do you find it's taking crisper photos than the same range on 18-135mm ? do you find the range ok for indoor photos or does it require a fair bit of fiddling and movement for "candid" photos ?
    I just got the lens a week ago so I am still learning how to use it. I was leaning toward the 85mm but am glad I got the 50mm as the 85mm would have been too much. I find the lens takes very sharp photos but I have not used it enough to provide much of a comparision against the 18-135mm. I will say the 50mm provides better bokeh over the 18-135mm but that is a given.

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