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  1. #5601
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    This is Lower Green River Lake, Wyoming, with Squaretop Mountain in the background.

    Processing done exclusively in NX. I'm quite happy with that program other than the noise reduction (it seems to add noise when making adjustments, or perhaps doesn't automatically remove it like other programs.) I could use a separate NR program, but I don't feel like it I also noticed that once I save it as a TIFF, I can no longer see the camera settings . . . but PSP can open TIFFS and work on them, and save them over and over without loss of data (I think?) so if I need to do any PP in PSP I'll use that feature.

    18mm, 1/50, f/14, ISO 200. I also used my 1.2 GND filter.
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    C&C appreciated, as always.
    Last edited by toriaj; 06-17-2008 at 11:30 PM.
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  2. #5602
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    looks nice! not sure i see the need for noise reduction though. looks rugged but clean
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    Thanks, I did use the noise reduction on the sky. That's the only place I've ever seen the noise "appear" when using NX. Anyone else notice that?
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  4. #5604
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    Ohhh, very nice Tori. I need to go there. Looks like my kind of place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Thanks, I did use the noise reduction on the sky. That's the only place I've ever seen the noise "appear" when using NX. Anyone else notice that?
    Weird.. I tend to see more noise when using photoshop vs NX. I also find NX much less destructive when doing adjustments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    Ohhh, very nice Tori. I need to go there. Looks like my kind of place.
    Sounds great, I'll meet you and your gf up there, marshmallows on me!
    Truflip, I know what you mean about the adjustments, I really like the way they work in NX. Although I'm still figuring stuff out.
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    Cockatiel portrait



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    lovely shot Toriaj and good use of a ND filter....!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    Cockatiel portrait



    Tawny Frogmouth
    Love the cockateil..very clever birds. We used to have one (until my dad let it escape...60 I wont see again). But it used to sit on my dads shoulder and comb his moustache with his beak!

    The Tawny Frogmouth eye is stunning
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post

    Tawny Frogmouth
    Rooz,

    Love this portrait of the Frogmouth. You can see the background's reflection off its eye. How close were you when you took this shot? I'm assuming you have the 70-300mm?
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