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Old 16th June 2009, 18:53   #5701
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Hahaha, you guys start an Official TG bashing club! Damn!!! haha!I have not laughed so much in ages i think. Ok these are from the 70-200, for a change

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Old 16th June 2009, 19:03   #5702
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NomadVagabond, that rickshaw puller shot is very nice. However, I like to know your processing steps here.
Well Sir, I don't know how much I'll be able to explain the process but here it goes.

The photograph was shot in RAW format.

1) Imported the photograph to Adobe Lightroom. Before the import the direct unprocessed jpg is here.
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2) Sharpened the image till 62 points.
3) Adjusted exposure by +0.54 Ev.
4) Increased the details by 39 points.
5) Applied luminance smoothning by 8 points.
6) Applied Color noise reduction by 10 points.

Then I export this photograph as a 16 bit TIFF image to Photoshop. After which had applied standard Dragan method on it.

After that reimported it back to Lighroom and applied Lens Vignette effect and altered the midpoint of the vignette. After this the photograph was re-exported to Photoshop and there the frame was added. All layers flattened and the output was saved as a 8bit jpeg. Hope this helps. Please let me know if something else needs clarification.

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Old 16th June 2009, 19:19   #5703
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@Torque - great shot of the meerkat

@Nomad - i was about to put in a post today asking if you are around . great shot
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Old 16th June 2009, 19:59   #5704
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TG,
The Meercat is picture perfect.
Nomad,
Emotions, wonderful and PP too.
Rudra Sen,
THe b&w mountainscape is awesome and surreal like TG opinioned.
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Old 16th June 2009, 20:28   #5705
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@Anirban, Superb Work! His eyes and smile, do tell a story..
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Old 16th June 2009, 23:31   #5706
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Hahaha, you guys start an Official TG bashing club! Damn!!! haha!I have not laughed so much in ages i think.
Well the bashing will be even better if you are present physically hehe
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@Torque - great shot of the meerkat

@Nomad - i was about to put in a post today asking if you are around . great shot
Didn't quite get the meaning. I was around as in online? Or like meeting in and around South NCR?

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Emotions, wonderful and PP too.
Thank you so very much. Very much appreciated.

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@Anirban, Superb Work! His eyes and smile, do tell a story..
Yea...photography is like one frame stories. That's what makes them more special. Leaves one to imagine a lot of things.

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Old 17th June 2009, 06:59   #5707
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Another recent portrait I did last week. Tried some direct in the camera B/W and the doing the post processing. Though it's not very advisable but I somewhat am happy with the results.

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Old 17th June 2009, 07:15   #5708
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National Bird. Proud and Elegant..
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@TSEA
Fantastic!!!!

@Anirban
I am not a big fan of the way the light softens up on her face, but still pretty nice shot i must say!

Even rodents hate the paparazzi!!!
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Wow TG, this one was really cool.
How do you spot all these stuff?
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Old 17th June 2009, 09:41   #5711
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Wow TG, this one was really cool.
How do you spot all these stuff?
I said before he bribes them.

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I am not a big fan of the way the light softens up on her face, but still pretty nice shot i must say!
Thanks man. Well this was the first attempt.

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Even rodents hate the paparazzi!!!
Well you keep bribing them and they keep posing for you.

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National Bird. Proud and Elegant..
Very magnificent shot. Bright colors.

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Maitreya at Thiksey Monastery, Leh -
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TG,
Your pics. of animals are bring out the animal in me and the urge to photograph them, I will have to make a dash to the zoo this week I guess. Never tried my hand at bribing but the way it works I am in it too from now on.
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Old 17th June 2009, 12:13   #5714
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@sjkoova
I honestly dont bribe them like what Anirban accused me of!! Just be patient and wait, thats all.

@Anirban
You are so corrupt!

@Fazal
Have fun at the zoo! Waiting for the shots!

Mean while, a pelican family prepares their nest
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Old 17th June 2009, 17:12   #5715
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You are so corrupt!

Thank you sir finally you recognized me.
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