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  1. #6741
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    Let me be the first to say it this time Rooz, killer shot. Wow.

    Can't believe you add film grain on purpose when I spend all my time removing it!

    I think we'll have to stop joking about your cruddy PP skills, you're now better or at least more confident than almost everyone.
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  2. #6742
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    I think we'll have to stop joking about your cruddy PP skills, you're now better or at least more confident than almost everyone.

    ha ha !! considering how much time i've invested in practicing, thats the best compliment you coulda given me ! thanks.

    (btw: NX film grain looks great imo, reminds me so much of real B&W film).
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  3. #6743
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    Rooz, that shot is gorgeous. What a great expression, he looks like he thinks Grandpa is going to tickle him. And his OOF face with the focus on Gpa's glasses ... perfect!
    P.S. And DPR is right about your PP skills, I was thinking the same thing
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  4. #6744
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    I find it hard to believe but I like your chicken shot! - Nice composition and DOF.

    The chook looks a bit stuck on the background, was that the original shot or has it had sharpening that has caused that effect?
    Well - it's resized.
    tech stuff: - Tamron 28 - 200(@28) 100th sec, F4.5, ISO400 (lowish early morning light).
    I brightened the orig up - literally about 0.3ev worth
    Once reduced in size I used a miniscule amount of sharpening as I don't like
    things over sharpened (amount40, radius 0.9,threshold 1).
    The Tamron is quite sharp I have found - so I think it is a DOF matter that makes the hen stand out.
    Thanks for the comments
    Last edited by Geoff Chandler; 09-02-2008 at 03:06 AM.
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  5. #6745
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    heres lucas and grandpa. my PP skills coming to the fore again. film grain and B&W.
    I like this PP work - it looks great with the B&W treatement - and a nice natural looking shot as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    The primates were gracious enough to follow the rule of 1/3rds while they tried to kill each other before my eyes last week.
    (At least after post process cropping)

    Don't know if I should burn in that foreground rock a bit or if it's good so bright to give some counterpoint.
    I would be tempted not to fiddle too much - although no harm in trying I s'pose. It's a really great shot and very natural looking.
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  7. #6747
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    Nice shot, accord! The flag seems to be flying by itself, I love that!

    This may be sacrilegious, but my contribution for the day is an old picture I found on my hard drive taken back when I was first getting into photography about 3 years ago. It was taken with a Canon () S1 IS. I know I know, its NIKON DSLR picture of the day, I know...but I thought you all would still appreciate it!




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    Tori,
    If that is the road I am thinking of, it should be closing soon because of the upcoming snow. Still don't really miss that stuff. Nice photo.

    To everyone who commented on the RC photo, thanks for the comments on the RC photo--this thread moves fast sometimes.

    Yesterday, one of the locals wanted to get together and snap a few photos. For example:
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  9. #6749
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    RC otter?? wow didnt even know they made those!! nice shot.

  10. #6750
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    Thanks, guys. Yep TNB, that's Hwy 130, closed over the pass every winter (like all the scenic roads.) I went up to Sinks Canyon again today, and encountered spitty snowfall on the way back, the first snow of the season.
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