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  1. #2121
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    Posted this one a while back but I wasnt happy with the results so I reprocessed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GabOrcinus View Post
    Thanks for the comments. Seems I'm doing something right.

    I haven't ran it through NI because I only want to soften some parts, but without losing too much detail. That's why I didn't want to use a gaussian layer. In the end, I used it but it's not even noticeable. I was afraid of blurring too much.

    I think your attempt is a little too smooth, but it's much closer to the look I wanted than mine.

    My PS is in Spanish, so could you tell me where to find the blemish fixer? Maybe that way I'll get to it.

    It was a little tight. Specially considering I don't have anything wider than 28mm (aka. 42mm). The original shot was planned for me to take it from the passenger seat and the flash outside her window on a tripod, but I had to change it to get more perspective, since I couldn't get much of her in the frame. That's when I put the tripod on the seat and went to the backseat.
    I use Paint Shop Pro for Blemish Fixer, but Photoshop has "Healing Brush," which is probably similar. I also found this tutorial: http://www.lunacore.com/photoshop/tutorials/tut020.htm I think you could lower the opacity of the median filter layer to make it less smooth. Good luck with the spanish translation, I'm no help to you there ...

    I like the first photo much more than the second ... the lighting, pose, and exposure were just ... perfect. So she was in the driver's seat, the camera/tripod were in the passenger, the flash was outside the window, and you were in the backseat? Wow, what a setup. Results obviously worth it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    Nice Kellie,
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    How you are shooting at 75mm with a lens that has a range of -1
    (28-27mm typo) nothing short of a miracle
    Yes, a typo. I have a lot of those.

    Thanks for the compliments.

    r3g, that definitely looks better. Very cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    I use Paint Shop Pro for Blemish Fixer, but Photoshop has "Healing Brush," which is probably similar. I also found this tutorial: http://www.lunacore.com/photoshop/tutorials/tut020.htm I think you could lower the opacity of the median filter layer to make it less smooth. Good luck with the spanish translation, I'm no help to you there ...
    Thanks for the link. I'll definitely take a look.

    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    I like the first photo much more than the second ...
    Me too. Shame on me for not saving the best for last!

    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    So she was in the driver's seat, the camera/tripod were in the passenger, the flash was outside the window, and you were in the backseat? Wow, what a setup. Results obviously worth it!
    I think you're mixing the planned shot with the final shot. The tripod with the flash was on the seat next to her and I had the camera, hand held, on the backseat.

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    Field of dreams (bc) dreams do come true.


    Nice editing r3g

    GabOrcinus, another sweet one.

    Kellie, awesome composition and layout, very well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XaiLo View Post
    Field of dreams (bc) dreams do come true.

    Nice editing r3g

    GabOrcinus, another sweet one.

    Kellie, awesome composition and layout, very well done.
    Xailo, great picture !! Beautiful colours and DOF.
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    After some shooting at the beach.

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    1/1250 sec., f/5.6, ISO 400 @ 18mm, -0.3 EV, processed in Lightroom, added DOF blur
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    fionndruinne, excellent photo! It gives me a dreamy, surreal feeling! Well done.
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    Very nice, fionndruinne. I like the water plants there in the bottom. Is the blur in the top half from PP, or was it from DOF? Very nice moody exposure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Is the blur in the top half from PP, or was it from DOF? Very nice moody exposure.
    Well...

    Quote Originally Posted by fionndruinne View Post
    1/1250 sec., f/5.6, ISO 400 @ 18mm, -0.3 EV, processed in Lightroom, added DOF blur
    At any rate wesome shot fionndruinne! I agree, very moody.
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