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Discussion in 'Sports Photography' started by fdevyatkin, Sep 5, 2008.
love the last one
the earlier ones might be a bit OVERsaturated, perhaps... because of the low light
you did a good job in these difficult shooting circumstances
if it would be OK with you....
i'd like to show you a redo of THIS picture:
ONLY WITH YOUR PRIOR PERMISSION
Camera, lens, settings, PP, any info?
By all means. Show me what you can do.
D80 80-200 2.8 iso 500 up to 1250 1/500s f/2.8 sb800 fill flash, PP in Cature NX2
thank you very much, fred
just a bit of simple color correction and desaturation... with minimal sharpening:
Cooler WB, -25 sat
i like yours as well
i think that DE-saturation is the key
the lights (or lack thereof) make it so hard to shoot there
The warm WB seemed to saturate, but also reduce the noise without the blur of NR. The desaturation is the key. I think you're right. So until I get the D700...
Thanks Greg. Fred
the D700 will surely help your low-light situation
and the auto-wb is a bit better... i think
losing the crop factor is something you can't forget, fred
Would you be going for the D300 if you were in my shoes? Would that solve the iso issue sufficiently?
you really need a full-frame sensor for better low-light capability
based on LESS CROWDING of data on the larger sensor
better low-light handling
but..... need for longer and more expensive glass
always a trade-off.....
1 thing, however....
the D300 is INFINITELY better than my D200 for low-light
but.... the D3/D700 are SIGNIFICANTLY better than the D300
I'm thinking the D700 with a 1.4 TC on my 80-200 2.8 is still better than the D300...Then I still have the D700 for everything else I don't need reach
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