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Discussion in 'Photography Techniques' started by BillN, Nov 21, 2010.
The original is below - good idea Christina/BBW
GF1 20mm LR3
maybe when we have quite a few images posted we can start to discuss this subject area, pre sets, Lightroom, CS4 or CS5, software like Nik and other methods that are available
I think this is my most extreme post processing image:
NEX 5 18-55 Kit lens Before and After
Good thread Bill! Christina, thanks so much for the before and after, too! I find that quite interesting and helpful. I'll root something out later on.
I've amended my postings to show the originals - good idea Christina/BBW
Love it, Bill!!
Before and After Phragmites
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This one came about from a mistake with the LX5. I guess taking it out of my pocket I pushed the focus to manual, and I ended up with everything out of focus. I played around with a little and this appeared. This is a small crop to show the swirls in the sky, I don't know where they came from.
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ricks, that is rather cool. Those swirls seem as though they are thumb prints, but I guess that couldn't be. If you hadn't told me, I could easily have thought this was a scene from a ranging oil field fire!
Another extreme process image:
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Andy, that rose looks like it has eyes!
certainly not "over cooked" it looks really good
Here's one I did a while back. Not saying it's a great shot, but it was just kind of fun/silly to create, when I got a bit carried away with the levels.
It has......it's watching your every move!!! Spooooooooky!
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