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  1. #1421
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    what a great catch !
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  2. #1422
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    Triple, the beginning

    Chris' first triple this year.
    Trying to make a sepia in using Lightroom?

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    - Rich

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  3. #1423
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    Rallysman, EXIF DATA please!
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    50mm 1.8
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    28-70 2.8 AF-S
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  4. #1424
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    Thumbs up Hell!

    Quote Originally Posted by rallysman View Post
    D50 at the lake
    I would take a rough stab at guessing that if that water was dead calm you would have a seriously unaffordable photo. Something you can't control & a great photo too, just when I first saw it I thought if only the water was a perfect mirror. Great shot.
    Kev.

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  5. #1425
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    thanks everyone! I'll try to get the specs on the photo when I get home

  6. #1426
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    Chris' first triple this year.
    Trying to make a sepia in using Lightroom?

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    great shot rich. not too sure about the sepia. can you post the original for comparison ? maybe a selective colouring of your boy and the ball and the background b/w ?
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  7. #1427
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    Thanks for the input Rooz,
    Sepia doesn't go with aluminum bats and plastic helmets?
    Lightroom has no default sepia, you have to convert to gray scale then
    to choose both highlight and shadow hues seperately and then saturate each seperately. Honestly I was not sure where to start, so I figured I would try it
    as an experiment.

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    1/2000, f/3.5, ISO 200, center weight meter, AF-A, 200mm
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    - Rich

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    Kenko: 12mm, 20mm, 36mm Ext Tubes
    Manfrotto: 486RC2
    Benro: A-327 tripod


    My Flickr Photos Here

  8. #1428
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    i was thinking something like this RIch.
    BTW: i much prefer the colour version. (in hindsight the sand at his feet shouldn;t have been blurred but i like thge blurred background that mkes him stand out).

    EDIT: that sand was bugging the crap outta me so i had to go back and change it. lol
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  9. #1429
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    Good form, but he needs just a little more hip rotation, then you might be saying "first home run of the season" - (At that age, it is GREAT form though!) You are doing a great job coaching him.
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  10. #1430
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    i was thinking something like this RIch.
    BTW: i much prefer the colour version. (in hindsight the sand at his feet shouldn;t have been blurred but i like thge blurred background that mkes him stand out).
    How did you get the background black and white? What software did you use. I have Paint Shop Pro - can I do it with this?

    Thanks

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