Re: Your Photography

Postby Bigfoot on Thu 29/Jan/09 5:36am

Blingin manhole cover.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby speeding_ant on Thu 29/Jan/09 7:34am

VERT wrote:From the Duel Slalom tonight


That'd be hamo... awesome pic :)
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Re: Your Photography

Postby ShortStuff on Thu 29/Jan/09 8:14am

VERT wrote:Hey Short stuff you HDR's dont look like HDR's, are you using multiple different exposures? What software are you sticking them together with?

Im using PS CS3 Im still getting the hang of them yep i agree they do look fake but I think that is because im not setting the toning curve right when im converting it from 32-bit to 8-bit
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Re: Your Photography

Postby woodsy on Thu 29/Jan/09 9:56am

out at sumner this morning
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Re: Your Photography

Postby elpalmo on Thu 29/Jan/09 12:07pm

Hey vert you've got some nice photos there. But alot of your riding shots do look way over-processed which gets kind of annoying.

Heres a few of the better shots I took last year.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby PhilterNZ on Thu 29/Jan/09 12:16pm

WH wrote:PhilterNZ - awesome waterfall pic, what shutter speed did you use?



That was shot at is0 100, f18, 5 seconds. But I was using a ND 8 and a CPL filter. to allow the longer exposure. I also find that even though ND filters are suppose to be Neutral, they do seem to improve some of the light in the bush.

Woodsy = love the B and W - awsesome shot, that great is cool kevOD.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby PhilterNZ on Thu 29/Jan/09 12:21pm

I really like the way sunsets go through a shift in colour as the sun goes down, I got so many great shots at this shoot. with such a range of colour tones.
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Sunset at Maori Bay, Muriwai
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Re: Your Photography

Postby VERT on Thu 29/Jan/09 1:45pm

elpalmo wrote:Hey vert you've got some nice photos there. But alot of your riding shots do look way over-processed which gets kind of annoying.

Heres a few of the better shots I took last year.


thats nice, your pictures look annoying too so I am not going to look at them, perhaps you could avoid looking at mine too
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Re: Your Photography

Postby propster on Thu 29/Jan/09 2:06pm

VERT wrote:
elpalmo wrote:Hey vert you've got some nice photos there. But alot of your riding shots do look way over-processed which gets kind of annoying.

Heres a few of the better shots I took last year.


thats nice, your pictures look annoying too so I am not going to look at them, perhaps you could avoid looking at mine too



Ooooooooooooooooooo :angry: :angry: :angry:
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Bigfoot on Thu 29/Jan/09 2:30pm

How is having multiple exposures in the same frame NOT over processed?

Oh well, there is no accounting for dickish taste...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby ShortStuff on Thu 29/Jan/09 2:51pm

I tried manually doing an HDR pic with layer masks and it looked a lot less fake.
The problem was I was being a bit to vigorous with the toning curve. Thanks for the feedback.
I know Im not one to speak but im just trying things out at the moment but I agree a bit with elpalmo with the whole overprocessing thing, while some of them do look better after post processing, some of verts shots look good enough to not need the post processing that they go through. My 2c
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Re: Your Photography

Postby VERT on Thu 29/Jan/09 3:07pm

My photography is all about freedom and experimentation, often I might over PP, often I wont and will use very little. If my photos all looked the same I would find them boring.
I am still learning stuff and I dont own a bling camera setup as many do.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Datsane on Thu 29/Jan/09 4:10pm

Took this monday afternoon. Its meant to be the 2nd rarest cloud or atmospheric condition.

I tried a shot though my sunnies (polarised) but the camera focused on the frame and it was all blurry. Would a polarising filter be a worthwhile investment? for out door shots etc...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby bigmig on Thu 29/Jan/09 4:12pm

I am just getting into photography and trying to do some cycling related. Attached taken at the Tour Down Under last week. Other shots on http://www.twitpic.com/photos/roadcycling
All taken on a Canon 1000D, around F4.5-5.6 and most with pretty fast shutter speeds.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby propster on Thu 29/Jan/09 5:15pm

bigmig wrote:I am just getting into photography and trying to do some cycling related. Attached taken at the Tour Down Under last week. Other shots on http://www.twitpic.com/photos/roadcycling
All taken on a Canon 1000D, around F4.5-5.6 and most with pretty fast shutter speeds.


That's a decent photo.
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