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Discussion in 'People' started by tragicalien2002, Aug 2, 2008.
Nikon D50 70-300mmVR f/5.6 1/250/sec.
I like it!! Very nice bokeh, also.
I wonder what she is trying to show her?
that is a very nice shot
i would take THE NEXT STEP and do some post processing to this image
taking a great image (which you have done) is only 1/2 the job
with some post-processing your image could be even greater
i'd be happy to show you what could be done with it
but, only with your PRIOR permission
i'm glad you showed it to us
Please Greg.....be my guest...:smile:
i'd be honored to show you:
in the image above
i did some color balance adjustment
shadows and highlights
levels... boosting the midrange
then i did some sharpening
after which i ran NOISE NINJA... and then did some sharpening again
my main point is that YOUR IMAGE was excellent
i just wanted to show you what a few minutes of post processing could add to make it even better
thank for letting me show my redo of YOUR great capture
You did a great job Greg.:smile:
Being an old film guy who is trying to make the switch over to digital, I clearly have A LOT to learn about post processing.
I admit that I don`t do much editing, mostly because I haven`t a clue how to. I would love to learn. I came to the right place...:smile:
your image was very nice
but... the thing is, in the DIGITAL WORLD, TAKING the picture is truly only HALF the battle in obtaining your final image
100% of DLSR images need post-processing... don't anyone tell you differently
there is NO reason to try to set up your camera before you shoot, because, after all, EVERY IMAGE IS DIFFERENT
i was happy to do this for you
i LOVE post-processing.... i really do
I agree with Greg. Learning to do PP should be high on your priority list. This is a cute picture but as Greg has demonstrated, it could be so much better.
I love this shot, it appeared to have some yellowish tint to it on my screen.
it did have some yellow tint
see my redo a few posts down
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