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Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Thu 07 Jan, 2016 12:17 pm
by daBOODA
SecaBoy wrote:Boods: what do you mean?
http://photo.stackexchange.com/question ... lacks-mean

A photo with lifted blacks have that 'muddy' look to them, as if they were shot on film badly. It's all the rage.

https://www.google.com.au/search?q=phot ... gB&dpr=1.1

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Thu 07 Jan, 2016 7:46 pm
by cGr
lol...
However, people's personal preferences when it comes to photography have nothing to do with empirical measurements of pixel data.

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Fri 08 Jan, 2016 3:55 pm
by blv
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Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Sat 09 Jan, 2016 3:31 pm
by DreamensioN
Ok Boods - you convinced me to fix this one up... here it is... the wide angle view (with tourists removed).

Image

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Sat 09 Jan, 2016 6:34 pm
by SecaBoy
love it!!! :thumb

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Sat 09 Jan, 2016 8:04 pm
by cGr
What lens did you use for that shot Noel?

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Sat 09 Jan, 2016 8:30 pm
by DreamensioN
It was my 10-22mm at 10mm, ISO160 and f/14

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Sat 09 Jan, 2016 8:50 pm
by cGr
Interesting... It's probably one of those shots where a 5mm lens is required just to soak in the grandeur of it all!

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Sat 09 Jan, 2016 9:01 pm
by daBOODA
Sick!

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Sat 09 Jan, 2016 9:07 pm
by DreamensioN
cGr wrote:Interesting... It's probably one of those shots where a 5mm lens is required just to soak in the grandeur of it all!
I totally agree. a 5mm lens on a FF sensor. Lake Louise is just spectacular. I'd really like to go back in the summer months and see the blue and turquoise colours. When we were there in mid-November, the lake was just starting to freeze in, you can see some of the surface ice in that photo just where the entry to the overflow channel is. They said another week or two and it would have frozen right over, and be thick enough to ice skate on.

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Sun 10 Jan, 2016 6:41 am
by Ted
nice picture

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Mon 11 Jan, 2016 9:39 am
by DreamensioN
Thanks guys!

Now it's just a matter of deciding between the landscape or portrait shots to get printed. This was the other photo I took from the same location.

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Mon 11 Jan, 2016 10:39 am
by SecaBoy
i prefer the landscape shot.

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Mon 11 Jan, 2016 11:37 am
by daBOODA
If all of your feature photographs from your travels are vertical, then go with the vertical. If you're not trying to keep in line with a series then horizontal.

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Mon 11 Jan, 2016 12:10 pm
by DreamensioN
It's actually the other way around... all the other ones I've printed were horizontal, I thought I'd print a vertical one just for something different.

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Mon 11 Jan, 2016 12:51 pm
by daBOODA
If it fits in with the others as a vertical then ok but since it's part of a series I would guess that using the horizontal version would fit more with the series. I feel that having one be a different orientation would be a little jarring when all the others were horizontal.

Then again it's your art so you do what makes YOU happy :)

Re: Professional Amatuer Shots

Posted: Mon 11 Jan, 2016 4:26 pm
by SecaBoy
if i saw all the horizontal ones and then one vertical one, my OCD would go into overdrive! HAHAHA

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