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  1. #6841
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTL View Post
    Sunrise...Jones Beach Inlet, NY
    That's a great shot JTL, I love the composition. Many beach/ocean sunrise/sets just don't have enough interest for my taste, but I love this one. The foreground colors look quite muted, is that how the scene really was, or PP? D-lighting maybe?

    Great shots as usual Rooz, thanks for the tips on eyes.
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  2. #6842
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    i'm pretty sure thats D-lighting on "High". ever since jtl started posting pics like this, i've turned d-lighting on aswell. lol
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  3. #6843
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    i've turned d-lighting on aswell. lol
    So it's the camera rather than any skill on the part of the person pushing the button then?

    Actually the D-Lighting function in NX is one of the things that may eventually loosen my wallet it works so much better than any other products equivalent.

  4. #6844
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    when you get the d90, (move it mate !), you'll notice active d-lighting produces better results than d-lighting in PP aswell. dont ask me why cos i have no idea. lol
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  5. #6845
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    blasted d-lighting!!!!!!

  6. #6846
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    Careful with the D-Lighting...it can kill shadows if you aren't careful and lessen contrast, making a picture look too "grey".
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  7. #6847
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBGChris View Post
    Nice pics guys! Quick question after seeing that spiderweb: one thing I have not really experimented with is manual focusing on my lens. What are the pros and cons of this? I'm guessing a little more creative control? I usually just leave the lens on auto and shoot in M mode on the camera 99% of the time.
    If I hadn't put it in manual, the trees in the background would have been in focus.
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  8. #6848
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Look back a few pages of this thread at other people posts and you'll see a few gems from Rooz (and get to see some other lovelly photos from others).
    Ok, it's all figured out in my head now. That's who I thought it was but I wasn't 100% sure. I had initially did a search for Rooz but the search function on this site isn't very comprehensive. Thanks for the heads up guys...

  9. #6849
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  10. #6850
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    A lizard.....
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