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  1. #12091
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    Had a wedding this past weekend and grabbed a number of shots of the reception room before any guests arrived. If I had to choose, I like the cake shot the best:

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  2. #12092
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    Something different - Motorcycles.
    awesome. that whole set on flickr is great. big colour and super sharp.
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  3. #12093
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    Thats a nice looking cake VTEC.

    Heres some more fall colour

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/14807929@N05/

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  4. #12094
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    Beautiful scenes aldor

    It is eating a gnat or something. Any help why there is a halo around it?

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  5. #12095
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    Boom. Headshots.

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  6. #12096
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    Lovely model, great lighting and a lovely photo N.C.F. I particularly like the touch of colour provided by the orange and grey striped thingy she's wearing. The whole effect is very striking. Well done.
    Nikon D7000 and a bunch of Nikon stuff oh, and some Canon p&s's too

  7. #12097
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    She has a really genuine smile. Do some cloning and patching to get rid of the stray hairs on her face (and maybe those few hot spots) and this photo is complete.
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  8. #12098
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    Quote Originally Posted by r3g View Post
    She has a really genuine smile. Do some cloning and patching to get rid of the stray hairs on her face (and maybe those few hot spots) and this photo is complete.
    Thanks r3g. It's weird, but that hot spot is no where near as hot on my computer monitor as it is viewed on my monitor at work. I wonder what causes that.
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  9. #12099
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    Quote Originally Posted by N.C.F. View Post
    Thanks r3g. It's weird, but that hot spot is no where near as hot on my computer monitor as it is viewed on my monitor at work. I wonder what causes that.
    Digital monitors vs. standard monitors. Digital monitors are a bit brighter than the standard flatscreen monitors. I had this problem a couple years back. In the end I had to just trust the histogram and let it be.

    Now my laptop has a LED monitor. Good lord is that thing contrasty. I blow highlights all the time on that thing even when the histogram doesn't show it. I have to plug my laptop in to my 40" LCD television to do any post processing.
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  10. #12100
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTEC_EATER View Post
    Digital monitors vs. standard monitors. Digital monitors are a bit brighter than the standard flatscreen monitors. I had this problem a couple years back. In the end I had to just trust the histogram and let it be.

    Now my laptop has a LED monitor. Good lord is that thing contrasty. I blow highlights all the time on that thing even when the histogram doesn't show it. I have to plug my laptop in to my 40" LCD television to do any post processing.
    That's interesting. My computer monitor is a LED monitor, and I know for act my highlights aren't blown in the histogram (I've got PLENTY or room on the end, across all three channels). Maybe it's just the difference of A) My cheap ass monitor at work vs B) my Macbook Pro at home.
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