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  1. #14481
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    Combination of of wide angle lens with angle/composition chosen and HDR works very nicely for the pic 500mL, only real distraction is the man in green on the LHS.
    Cameras: Nikon D300, Panasonic Lumix G2, LX3 & FZ20
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  2. #14482
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    D700
    60mm 2.8
    (2) SB-900s through umbrellas
    SU-800
    Processed in ACR and Color Efex Pro



    Last edited by Pacman642; 02-09-2011 at 07:10 PM.

  3. #14483
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberwlf View Post
    Combination of of wide angle lens with angle/composition chosen and HDR works very nicely for the pic 500mL, only real distraction is the man in green on the LHS.
    Thanks Cyberwlf I thought about cloning out that person but I figured leaving it there would show a little more humanity in this shot I guess? Kinda keeping it the in real world even though the shot looks a little fake.
    Nikon D700 | Nikon D90 | 14-24mm 2.8 | 24-70mm 2.8 | 35mm 1.8 | 50mm 1.4 | 85mm 1.4 | 105mm 2.8 Micro | 70-300mm VR | SB-800s | Tiffen UV Filter, ND and Polarizer set

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  4. #14484
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman642 View Post
    D700
    60mm 2.8
    (2) SB-900s through umbrellas
    SU-800
    Processed in ADR and Color Efex Pro
    Great macro Pacman! I love both of 'em!
    Nikon D700 | Nikon D90 | 14-24mm 2.8 | 24-70mm 2.8 | 35mm 1.8 | 50mm 1.4 | 85mm 1.4 | 105mm 2.8 Micro | 70-300mm VR | SB-800s | Tiffen UV Filter, ND and Polarizer set

    "You see, Netherlands is this make-believe place where Peter Pan and Tinkerbell come from."
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  5. #14485
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    Great shots Pacman, very very nice!

  6. #14486
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    Pacman, I like the rose macro.

    Last edited by hokeyguy; 01-15-2011 at 11:11 AM.
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  7. #14487
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    Prospero...
    Nice pictures of the house. Love the detail you were able to bring out, and adjusting the sky. One suggestion. As a final step, consider leveling the horizon. Look at the straight roofline of the house which is where eyes tend to be drawn. The second is less noticable as the irregular skyline transition mask it until you look down at the straight edge brickwork on the fountain.
    Digital: Nikon D40; Nikon D90; Nikon D7000 Nikkor 18-55; Nikkor 55-200VR; Sigma 10-20; Tamron 17-50; SB-600; SB-900; Pocket Wizards
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  8. #14488
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    Hokeyguy, great shot. Beautiful lighting!

    Quote Originally Posted by tizeye View Post
    Prospero...
    Nice pictures of the house. Love the detail you were able to bring out, and adjusting the sky. One suggestion. As a final step, consider leveling the horizon. Look at the straight roofline of the house which is where eyes tend to be drawn. The second is less noticable as the irregular skyline transition mask it until you look down at the straight edge brickwork on the fountain.
    Thanks.

    I had not noticed the horizons were crooked myself, but then, it's only 1.2-1.3 degrees. Thanks for pointing it out.
    Last edited by Prospero; 01-13-2011 at 06:27 AM.
    Nikon D-50
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  9. #14489
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    Here's a picture of the white cliffs of Dover that I took this summer.

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    // Sigma 17-70 f/2.8-4.5 ...// Nikon SB-600
    // Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6......// Nikon Series E 135 mm f/2.8
    // Kiron 105 f/2.8 Macro....// Manfrotto 190XPROB + 488RC4
    // Nikkor 35 f/1.8..........// Sigma 500 mm f/8

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  10. #14490
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    Been a while since I posted a photo. Particurally like this one as "the challenge of the mirrors" keeping me and the camera out of it.

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