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Old 6th October 2006, 14:15   #556
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When you say "no photoshopped", what exactly do you mean?
Reduced yellow.
No, I love photoshopping on my Mac with CS2. Yesterday, I tried and the original looked warmer and more dramatic to me than the ones i PSed.
Obviously i didn't do the right things, or else, it would have looked like your altered image.
However, personally, i prefer slightly additional yellow, for drama.

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A good photograph Samy bro.
Coming from you, I'm honoured. Thank you.

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Old 7th October 2006, 17:46   #557
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full night scene.....




some shutter effect....
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WOW!!! LBM, the fan pic looks great!! Any tips how to achieve it?
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zak, high shutter speed I guess

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jkdas, low shutter speed, not high.
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jkdas, low shutter speed, not high.
hehe, my guess was right. i was wrong!

It would haev been great if people post the aperture/shutter speed and sort
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This was taken early morning at mahabalipuram, 50kms from chennai.

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Which lens my friend? I see a small barrel distortion at the top??? Or is it my old age?
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Which lens my friend? I see a small barrel distortion at the top??? Or is it my old age?
it was shot with the kit lens (its a $100 18-55mm f 3.5-5.6 lens)that came along with the camera. You are right sir, now i realise that that the horizon doesnt look straight.
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the humble 75-300 lens on the 350. Photo cropped.
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Old 9th October 2006, 23:30   #566
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Some baby steps with my new PS CS2. I took one lousy pic from Kabini trip and tried to improve it. Please give feedback.

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Hi Samurai,

Was this shot in RAW?

The water looks a LOT better, but the silhouette of the boat looks a bit strange, especially with the white glow behind it...

How about playing with some better pics?
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Samurai, tweaked exposure settings [Nero PhotoSnap - histogram]



You have dust on your lens / filter.

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ID Hwy 26 - Near Swan Valley.


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Samurai, tweaked exposure settings [Nero PhotoSnap - histogram]
I don't see much difference, prefer my tweaking.

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You have dust on your lens / filter.
True, I noticed it while packing up the camera. Therefore I have partially fixed it with Photoshop healing touch on the darker parts. Yet to work on the river part.

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Was this shot in RAW?

The water looks a LOT better, but the silhouette of the boat looks a bit strange, especially with the white glow behind it...
No, I used to shoot only JPEG those days. It was a very misty surroundings, hence the hazy effect. If you notice the river closely, you will see raising mist from the water.
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