Re: Your Photography

Postby WH on Sun 11/Jul/10 3:46pm

Early ride at Summerhill this morning, first outing for the new 50mm f/1.8

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Mmmm bokeh....
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Conners on Sun 11/Jul/10 5:22pm

pissface wrote:i go for colour themes and small details.

Your weed1.jpg is one of the coolest photos I've seen in ages - nice work :thumbsup:
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Nordy on Mon 12/Jul/10 9:03am

http://www.facebook.com/CandyCanePhoto been doing a fair bit of the photography lately, new kit helps that I guess.

Had some great fun yesterday using the groms on the dirtjumps at woodhill for action practice.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby woodsy on Mon 12/Jul/10 7:48pm

:)
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Tugboat on Mon 12/Jul/10 7:55pm

That's pretty cool woodsy... me likey. :thumbsup:
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Re: Your Photography

Postby mudguard on Mon 12/Jul/10 8:09pm

Where'd I see that snowy one? We must have a friend in common on bookface.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby scatter on Mon 12/Jul/10 8:26pm

wolffman1 wrote:Some shots from a trip to WA a few years back

WA is amazing for photography.

We took a trip down around the south-west coast in '07 and I managed to snap this :)
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Re: Your Photography

Postby fatty on Tue 13/Jul/10 12:01pm

Had a crack at the new HDR feature of CS5 today, pritty happy with the outcome seeing im only using a "point n shoot" style camera.

slight problem though, seem to have developed some harsh edges in some areas when using the remove ghosts. any ideas how to fix these without going around with the healing tool. Although a less windy day might improve this?
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Re: Your Photography

Postby JUANGEAR on Tue 13/Jul/10 12:04pm

mundi wrote:Staying with some friends and thier very lovable pooch Inca.
She hates the camera, especially the sound of the lens focussing, so she tries to bite it, even from a distance!


What sort of dog is that?
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Re: Your Photography

Postby wolffman1 on Tue 13/Jul/10 1:18pm

fatty wrote:Had a crack at the new HDR feature of CS5 today, pritty happy with the outcome seeing im only using a "point n shoot" style camera.

slight problem though, seem to have developed some harsh edges in some areas when using the remove ghosts. any ideas how to fix these without going around with the healing tool. Although a less windy day might improve this?

You need to be in aperture priority so that the aperture stays the same and the shutter speed changes. That gives the same depth of field. P&s might not do that for you.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby RJD on Tue 13/Jul/10 1:26pm

Havnt had a good play with CS5's HDR tools, still seems inferior to photomatix's so try a demo of that.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby wolffman1 on Tue 13/Jul/10 1:49pm

Nordy wrote:http://www.facebook.com/CandyCanePhoto been doing a fair bit of the photography lately, new kit helps that I guess.

Had some great fun yesterday using the groms on the dirtjumps at woodhill for action practice.

Man, that's a tough park if the tigers are hanging out there
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Nordy on Tue 13/Jul/10 2:01pm

RJD wrote:Havnt had a good play with CS5's HDR tools, still seems inferior to photomatix's so try a demo of that.


Agreed, while CS5 is a vast improvement on CS4's HDR processing its still left in the dust by Photomatix.

To see some great HDRs (and how I think HDR should look for the most part, making the shot look realistic not overblown over saturated) www.stuckincustoms.com hes got some great NZ shots on there too.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Nordy on Tue 13/Jul/10 2:03pm

wolffman1 wrote:
Nordy wrote:http://www.facebook.com/CandyCanePhoto been doing a fair bit of the photography lately, new kit helps that I guess.

Had some great fun yesterday using the groms on the dirtjumps at woodhill for action practice.

Man, that's a tough park if the tigers are hanging out there


lol, convenient picture that was already on my hard drive...

still not quite done with grom pictures, processed them using presets in lightroom and not 100% happy with the results, so going to re process tonight and re upload to facebook/smugmug...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby wuffy on Tue 13/Jul/10 5:38pm

Tried a bit of HDR with the photomatix trial, not the best subject, but better than anything i've tried in photoshop haha. You can see a definitive line through the clouds, where it's very saturated on one side, and not in others, anyone know how to stop that from happening? HDR noob so any advice is good advice :p
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