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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisha82 View Post
    the problem with the skies above the falls is, there is none. It's just a whitish grey cloud of water vapour. So I can't get blue skies even if I wanted to unless I went super wide angle.
    Yeah, that's understandable. I still think it would add balance to the shots, help the composition. If the skies would be blown out, you can always use ND grads. I agree with Rooz though, the colors you have a beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonSchap View Post
    I'd like to see what Frank could do with the "second" image with a pseudo-HDR. Maybe bring out the erector-set walkway a bit, so it stands out. Right now ... it's a little too "understated." Dodge & Burn? Selective enhancement? Just a thought ...

    Fun subject, Elisha ... lots of possibilities

    I tried it with a copy of the image it didn't look good. I could try it with the RAW image if you like.

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  3. #23
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    Nah ... selective enhancement is probably the best route with this. Thanks Frank.
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    I was pretty much hanging off the ledge with most of these shots. and the lighting was probably good cause it was all between 8am to 9:30am max.

    I'l upload the RAW file for you Frank.
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    Here's the cRAW file Frank: http://rapidshare.com/files/264209941/_DSC3193.ARW.html

    This duechebag came close and looked at what camera i was using, scorned at me and walked away!



    That haze like stuff in the pic is all water vapour!
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  6. #26
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    And you didn't do the same back?
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    I've seen other unstabilized hacks using that same Camera-line. LOL
    Last edited by DonSchap; 08-05-2009 at 06:56 PM.
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  8. #28
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    no i'm too nice and humble about my equipment that i even let a D60 user talk me down at a camera shop!
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  9. #29
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    Lightbulb Tweak their beak w/o a word

    Elisha ... get one of those bright ORANGE SONY camera straps. That really galls 'em.

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    lol i was actually thinking of that a few months ago but i can't get myself to pay $35 for a strap.
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