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03-02-2011, 02:00 PM   #436
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Joseph... keep doing whatever you've got going on there lol. Amazing conversions and superb lighting.

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QuoteOriginally posted by WerTicus Quote
because the buildings are straight up and down, it looks amateur to not correct the lens distortion.
I disagree. Often the distortion can look cool
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because the buildings are straight up and down, it looks amateur to not correct the lens distortion.
I disagree too. I hate the T&S treatment of architecture with straight -
parallel vertical lines which absolutely don't represent what my eyes see.
I kind of don't like it as much as the overused HDR treatment...
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QuoteOriginally posted by rustynail925 Quote
Thanks for that image. Is this done on RAW and process?
No, that's a JPG file direct from the camera; only post was cropping it somewhat.

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Use Firefox and install the add on EXIF Viewer 1.55


Then all you have to do is right clock on an image on the 'Web' and select "View Image EXIF Data"

Thanks Smeggypants.
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O.K. Last one for me here...

... I just had to go out and buy a little spring today. Minnesota winter has gotten me down. Love the color rendition in the K-5.


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QuoteOriginally posted by andi Quote
I disagree too. I hate the T&S treatment of architecture with straight -
parallel vertical lines which absolutely don't represent what my eyes see.
I kind of don't like it as much as the overused HDR treatment...
i plan on going to the cherry blossoms event in washington. what kind of lens do you recommend? i'm pretty new at this.
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This thread is wonderful! While these aren't in the same category as so many of the pictures posted, I thought these were as nice as anything I've taken recently.

K5, DA*200:


K5, DA*50-135:


K5, DA*50-135:


I need to get out and take more pictures, I had such a wonderful time taking these in January.

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Been on a real kick slightly "de-fishing" the 10-17mm Fisheye..



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Trig, love your photo of the empty theatre

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Trig, love your photo of the empty theatre
As do I. Great shot.
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Been on a real kick slightly "de-fishing" the 10-17mm Fisheye..


Very beautiful. Nice work
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QuoteOriginally posted by mtngal Quote
This thread is wonderful! While these aren't in the same category as so many of the pictures posted, I thought these were as nice as anything I've taken recently.

K5, DA*200:

I need to get out and take more pictures, I had such a wonderful time taking these in January.
I loved the lines in that first one, and the wide open spaces of all of them. I too need to get out more, and also, to get to places other than my usual stamping grounds.

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Been on a real kick slightly "de-fishing" the 10-17mm Fisheye.
Love the theatre shot!
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Trig, love your photo of the empty theatre

Jim
Ditto.
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Thanks all. That is a 5 frame HDR shot at ISO80, as well as the art gallery. I contiinue to be extremely impressed with the K-5. Such a wonderful dSLR. Really blows my K-7 out of the water.
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