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Old 23rd December 2009, 09:18   #7126
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The third shot of the landing pelican is cool..whats that black ting out of focus?It sorta spoils the beauty of the shot.
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I love those kind of reflections, very calming.Nice stuff.

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Old 23rd December 2009, 10:15   #7127
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Default Merry XMas & a Happy new year!!

Wishing a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all the buddies in the image thread of t-bhp!!

Here's a greeting car I created, the picture is an intentional out of focus shot of an Xmas tree kept in our office. I stopped down at f/5.6 to get that polygonal bokeh which I love. Taken with the 70-210mm f/4.

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EDIT: Damn! The compression!! :(

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Old 24th December 2009, 23:47   #7129
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Wishing a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all the buddies in the image thread of t-bhp!!

Here's a greeting car I created, the picture is an intentional out of focus shot of an Xmas tree kept in our office. I stopped down at f/5.6 to get that polygonal bokeh which I love. Taken with the 70-210mm f/4.

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EDIT: Damn! The compression!! :(
Awesome Bokeh-Cious capture there CleverMax..Lovely and colorful composition.
and yes, Happy and Merry X-Mas to you and your family :-)

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Old 25th December 2009, 04:03   #7130
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Found them on my Hard drive,
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TG,

Thanks. That dark object was the fencing around the lake - couldnt help it since the pelicans were actioning on the far periphery of the lake towards the fencing side.
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Old 25th December 2009, 12:54   #7132
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These things tend happen, but eliminating them is just a matter of time...more the time you get to spend on getting the right shot, the better the results are. That's why I love going to shoot during holidays!
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Thoughtful pic Thanks and same to you man!

Waited for close to 2 hours to get this shot.
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Waited for close to 2 hours to get this shot.
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Awesome capture TG.You have got an excellent result there.Btw the reflections and the color tones makes this capture even more beautiful.

Here is a one from my side :-

* Taken using Sony Cybershot DSC W-35
* Added the watermark and tweaked the colors a bit in Picasa
* Captured from our garden

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Thanks dude.

Some more..
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@TG: Superb professional shots. First one is really worth the wait. Nice color tones.
@Klub: A good sharp shot from a P&S.

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This one's manual focus.

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This too.

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@Clevermax: I love that cat shot!


OT: Btw i noticed a colour vibrancy loss after the photo has been uploaded here. Why is that? Compared the same pic uploaded here with the one in disk viewed with windows photo viewer.
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@Clevermax: I love that cat shot!

OT: Btw i noticed a colour vibrancy loss after the photo has been uploaded here. Why is that? Compared the same pic uploaded here with the one in disk viewed with windows photo viewer.
Thanks Sankar.

Regarding the vibrancy loss, in your computer you must be viewing it in the AdobeRGB colorspace, but in the the image from web is shown using the sRGB colorspace which is not that capable to display vibrance as AdobeRGB.

Which camera? How did you process the shot? When you load it in PS and press Ctrl+Y, do you notice the same vibrancy loss? (Press it repeatedly, it toggles)

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Thanks Sankar.

Regarding the vibrancy loss, in your computer you must be viewing it in the AdobeRGB colorspace, but in the the image from web is shown using the sRGB colorspace which is not that capable to display vibrance as AdobeRGB.

Which camera? How did you process the shot? When you load it in PS and press Ctrl+Y, do you notice the same vibrancy loss? (Press it repeatedly, it toggles)
I tried Ctrl+Y as you suggested but when i do that the vibrancy levels drop far more than the pic on the webpage. Main difference is in the reds, top of the red clip in the center loses a leettle bit of translucency once the image is on the website.

I saved the clips pic from the webpage to my hdd and viewed the downloaded as well as the original uploaded file side by side in Win photoviewer. There is a difference, i guess the image is altered when the Tbhp watermark is added.

Cam is a 40D with a 50mm 1.8 prime, just learning. Processing: RAW --> LightRooom --> 16bit TIFF --> PS colour adjustments et al --> PNG/JPG
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