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  1. #11371
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    Nikon D90 : Nikkor 80-200mm f2.8 AF : Nikkor 18-55mm AF-S DX : Nikkor 50mm 1.8 AF : 2x SB900 : Nikkor 35mm 1.8 AF-S : Total Noob : Tips Appreciated! Flickr! Blog!

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    Congrats to Cyberwulf on making it to be a finalist on the Nikon Photo Contest site.

    So much green.

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  3. #11373
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    Quote Originally Posted by britkev View Post
    f/8 and be there

    Regardless of how much was luck and how much skill that has to be one of the best captures in this entire thread. Well done and thanks for sharing.
    the oversaturated red kills it for me. take that same shot into Photoshop (or whatever), turn down the reds, and the texture of the mountain appears, like some kind of magic.

    do it selectively to preserve the rainbow.

  4. #11374
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    @ Rasidel Slika: You've obviously never been to Uluru. The rock changes colour dramatically between black and bright orange within a few minutes at sunrise and sunset, and that red colour is REAL. I've been there, and was staggered at the amount of colour change in such a short time. The only way that picture could have been more spectacular was if it had been raining at the same time. After rain, water just cascades off the rock in huge waterfalls. Now THAT would be something to see!

    @500mL: Fantastic close-up on that dragonfly. It's amazing and revolting all at the same time!

    And btw, I don't think Cyberwlf was a finalist in the Nikon Photo Contest -- he just provided a link to the winning shots.

    @N.C.F.: Now there's a young lady with attitude!
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  5. #11375
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    Congrats Cyber.

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    Green is not over saturated, Its cause of sunlight they were shinning.
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  6. #11376
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Les View Post
    @ Rasidel Slika: You've obviously never been to Uluru. The rock changes colour dramatically between black and bright orange within a few minutes at sunrise and sunset, and that red colour is REAL. I've been there, and was staggered at the amount of colour change in such a short time. The only way that picture could have been more spectacular was if it had been raining at the same time. After rain, water just cascades off the rock in huge waterfalls. Now THAT would be something to see!
    yes I haven't been there - I never said I didn't think the red color was real. Just that in the picture, it's blown out.

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    Last edited by gen2roller; 08-18-2009 at 05:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen2roller View Post
    Stunningly beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    it was in response to this photo: http://www.dcresource.com/forums/sho...postcount=3476

    which had some "cosmetic" PP done to the young lady. i think there may have been a seperate thread on it about how much PP is too much and is it "right" to alter the appearance of people. the pic was of his wife and i think the scrutiny got a bit much for him.

    all i see is a gorgeous woman, before and after post. shame he left.
    That wasn't who I was referring to (but his wife is certainly smoking hot). Someone used to post pics he was taking of models all around what looked like Miami. Very creative choices of location and poses. I've spent an hour looking back through this thread to find who it was but couldn't find an image. I do remember him saying he'd hang around but just not post model shots because of all the negative PM.

    Looking back through this thread. Wow. People here have posted some great images and grown heaps in our photography.
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    I've been waiting a year to get the sun in the right place and tonight the colours weren't good but I did get a cyclist instead.


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