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Lens: K 400 f/5.6 + 1.5x TC Camera: K-3 Photo Location: Yellowstone ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/2000s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: wtlwdwgn, 06-13-2015, 11:00 AM

Wow, when I screw up I really screw up! I went to see the ospreys in Yellowstone yesterday with a K-3, K 400mm f/5.6, and my new to me Kenko 1.5x TC. Nice and sharp! Only problem is I was 3-4 stops underexposed. Yikes! Be that a lesson to me!




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Only problem is I was 3-4 stops underexposed
You should be able to pull most of that back in PP, I would have thought.
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Those are after PP in LR6.
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Those are after PP in LR6
No you misunderstand, I was just making a general comment, not in any way reflecting on these two images.

I have been there myself but I "chimped" at the time and managed to pick up my mistake while still at the shoot.

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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
Those are after PP in LR6.
Oh dear! Well, as you said, it's a learning experience as I would say to my class of 9 and ten year olds!

Impressed you still worked on them in PP. I still like the first one though, even with all the noise and grain and stuff - shadows and light play nicely together, colours are vibrant.
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Thanks guys. I needed to hear something positive.
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