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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Mon 11/Jun/12 10:56pm

That's cool, UD.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby RJD on Tue 12/Jun/12 10:24am

seen that on facebook, great shot!
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Re: Your Photography

Postby danose on Tue 12/Jun/12 2:18pm

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Re: Your Photography

Postby RJD on Tue 12/Jun/12 7:12pm

danose thats ace, didnt have a chance to get up onto the hills for snowpics..

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Dyers Pass sunset by robjdickinson, on Flickr
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Tue 12/Jun/12 10:42pm

That's stunning, Rob. Are you using a PS action to reduce image size in steps? That's held great sharpness during reduction. Great shot.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby danose on Wed 13/Jun/12 7:35am

EoinC wrote:That's stunning, Rob. Are you using a PS action to reduce image size in steps? That's held great sharpness during reduction. Great shot.


just set resample method to bicbic sharpen when downsizing on older versions of PS (see in cs6 it now defaults to bicubic auto - presumably sharpen when downsizing, seems to get it right)
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Re: Your Photography

Postby RJD on Wed 13/Jun/12 8:31am

I just have an action to downsample to 1200 ( one for portrait one for landscape) using bicubic sharper.

I mostly dont sharpen my pics, and this hasnt had any other than whatever defaults are applied on conversion.

Sometimes they do need a bit but mostly the downsampling adds enough.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby RJD on Sat 16/Jun/12 8:29pm

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24mm by robjdickinson, on Flickr
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Jono on Sun 17/Jun/12 12:55am

I've been taking the camera to ultimate for the past couple of weeks. The 24-105 is a bit slow for indoor night-time faster shutter speeds, and the 60D gets a bit grainy at ISO 3200, but I was pleased with this one. This week I stopped getting shots of people throwing discs (which is easy), and started trying to get them being caught a bunch harder but way more rewarding.

Jesse (flying) is a Finnish exchange student staying with a friend. He used to play tennis, and has really fast reactions (and being 17 doesn't seem to hurt when he dives at the ground).

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Jesse flying


...and sometimes someone can always jump higher than you want...

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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sun 17/Jun/12 1:26am

RJD wrote:Image
24mm by robjdickinson, on Flickr

Mmmmm, verrrry nice. Is it the Mk II? Lots of fun to be had....
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Re: Your Photography

Postby RJD on Sun 17/Jun/12 7:40am

Yeah mkII, I expect s big learning curve!

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Canterbury View by robjdickinson, on Flickr
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sun 17/Jun/12 9:49pm

That's a very good start! It's a very sharp lens wide open - Good choice. You're going to have fun working out all the possibilities...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Conners on Mon 18/Jun/12 11:03am

Nice one danose!
That top pano looks EPIC (on my 15" lappy screen at least)
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