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  1. #5701
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    Ditto to what Rooz said, ESP: fantastic use of slow shutter speed.
    Last edited by rawpaw18; 06-23-2008 at 08:10 PM.
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  2. #5702
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    Quote Originally Posted by esp View Post
    I took the camera and the tripod to the beach this weekend and got a few sunset shots. I tried several slow shutter speed shots after sunset and liked the results.
    The photo made me feel slightly uneasy when I looked at it (all that water rushing towards me) so IMO that makes it terrific.

  3. #5703
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    ESP, Just Awesome! Love the whole look of the sunset and the surf coming in. Definitely one of my favorites.


    Quote Originally Posted by esp View Post
    I took the camera and the tripod to the beach this weekend and got a few sunset shots. I tried several slow shutter speed shots after sunset and liked the results.

  4. #5704
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    StuartN, that's a beautiful shot of the owl. Esp, your animal looks dead, like he's on a dried display please don't take that wrong though, I'm sure it was tough conditions to shoot in.
    Glad to see you're not holding back Tori, get it off your chest
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  5. #5705
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    awesome esp
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  6. #5706
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  7. #5707
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    It's next to impossible to get decent color here in Iraq. Everything is so freaking dull. I had my ND-4 filter on at the time to lessen the harsh light from Iraq's blinding sun. Any ideas?
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  8. #5708
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    first of all...brilliant shot !

    give us a better idea of your settings, what metering mode, what colour mode etc. real hard for matrix metering to coe in those conditions. i reckon you need to dial in -1EV as a good starting point.

    are you shooting in raw ? cos theres a heck of alot of headroom there for bringing out colours and exposures. this is what i pulled out of a simple 100kb jpeg. results from raw files, (and better PP), will be 100x better.

    i'm beggin you to keep your files saved as raw and play with em when you get home cos some of these shots are gonna be unfreakinbelievable.
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  9. #5709
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    first of all...brilliant shot !

    i'm beggin you to keep your files saved as raw and play with em when you get home cos some of these shots are gonna be unfreakinbelievable.
    He's right!
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  10. #5710
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    i take them all in RAW+JPEG fine.

    My settings were:
    ISO 800 (to capture the blades)
    f/5.6
    1/1000 sec
    0.0 EV
    3D Color Matrix II
    Auto Focus
    Natural Density - 4

    Whatever you did to that photo is what I am going for. Was it just some dodge and burn action in PP? That's what I am going for. Simply Brilliant.
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