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  1. #2091
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    depending on the program you use and how you actually do a B/W conversion it can vary the result a heck of alot. i get that alot of people dont want to do any PP to images and prefer it to be as shot in the camera but i think you'll find that most people apply some work to their photos, even if it is a little. i don;t think its anything to be ashamed of.

    we have moved to digital to allow us to have greater control and flexibility in the final image. so my vote is do whatever you can to get the best result as you shoot it, but dont be afraid to have a bit of a tinker in PP to get the best possible result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    depending on the program you use and how you actually do a B/W conversion it can vary the result a heck of alot. i get that alot of people dont want to do any PP to images and prefer it to be as shot in the camera but i think you'll find that most people apply some work to their photos, even if it is a little. i don;t think its anything to be ashamed of.

    we have moved to digital to allow us to have greater control and flexibility in the final image. so my vote is do whatever you can to get the best result as you shoot it, but dont be afraid to have a bit of a tinker in PP to get the best possible result.
    And I whole heartedly agree. The thing is, i'm trying to discipline myself in making the right decisions through the glass, instead of behind the keys. Part of my self-learning technique I suppose.
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  3. #2093
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    we have moved to digital to allow us to have greater control and flexibility in the final image.
    And there was me thinking most people had purchased digital cameras simply because it was extremely difficult to actually find a film camera for sale and even more difficult to get the photos developed with any degree of professionalism.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoterra View Post
    Sorry for the redundancy, as I have posted this picture here before, but using the gradient tool, this is what I was able to come up with. Im trying to refine this look (text and copyright overlay at bottom of image)... so any feed back is appreciated.

    Sorry no feedback, just a comment: WOW!!!! Excellent picture!

  5. #2095
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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoterra View Post
    Here is my attempt at HDR imaging. It's not as good as Prosperos HDR work, but its a start. C&C welcome


    ooooooh the grand tetons ?? Awesome photo.

    I might clone out some of the water grass at the bottom?? Maybe crop it so the two tallest trees frame the mountain. But otherwise very nicely done..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoterra View Post
    Yeah, Schwabacher landing (sp) is a very popular place for photography.
    2nd tutorial down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    Dennis, I REALLY love that shot! Have you tried cloning out those 2 brick fixtures on both sides?

    What an amazing picture, you sure have HDR figured out!
    Thanks Jason. I did not try to clone out these 2 brick fixtures, because I thought it sort of framed the shot a bit. But then again it can also be a bit distracting. I'll give it a try, but I doubt if I can remove them, since it is such a large area.

    Chris, beautiful pictures. The HDR is great. Beautiful reflection. Desert Storm is an amazing image as well. Did you use a tobacco graduated neutral density filter on that one?
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  8. #2098
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    Shot some photos for a friend:


    Used my D80 and the SB600 inside a homemade softbox. I need to learn skin retouching in PS.

    C&C are welcome and encouraged.
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  9. #2099
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    Quote Originally Posted by GabOrcinus View Post
    Shot some photos for a friend:


    Used my D80 and the SB600 inside a homemade softbox. I need to learn skin retouching in PS.

    C&C are welcome and encouraged.
    Wow awesome shot. Her expression is great and the lighting is fantastic. Very moody.
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    GabOrcinus, the picture is a beautiful example of photograhy.
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    unformed, unreconciled imagery, without "GOD"


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