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04-20-2012, 01:00 PM   #121
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Jezza, do some noise reduction and chromatic abberation fixing before you merge. Mostly because if you have 3 images, and each of them has noise and CA, then combining them will make it 3 times worse.

04-20-2012, 01:10 PM   #122
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QuoteOriginally posted by jezza323 Quote
Yeah it was done using Photomatix
Painterly or Grunge?
04-20-2012, 02:12 PM   #123
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Fusion Adjusted actually i think now...

The original shots are pretty out there as it is

Have just uploaded a re-process. Bit easier on the HDR :P And applied NR and CA fixes prior to merge as suggested by Kryscendo




And the old one for comparison


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QuoteOriginally posted by jezza323 Quote
Fusion Adjusted actually i think now...

The original shots are pretty out there as it is

Have just uploaded a re-process. Bit easier on the HDR :P And applied NR and CA fixes prior to merge as suggested by Kryscendo




And the old one for comparison

I liked the original too, HDR is ok if your not trying to shoot news or something that requires the image not to be edited... Photography all the way to the PP is artistic expression and there are no rules to artistic expression...

04-20-2012, 03:25 PM   #125
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Q with PK-Q adapter plus Sigma 180 macro @ f4

Very difficult to focus in the wind. I used a tripod with gimbal head.

Do you see me? Ladybug.

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Wow richard. That's impressive. I gotta get me one of those pk-q adapters.
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A macro of a baby humming bird, it was in this little nook in my grandmas backyard, thankfully the q was small enough to shove in there with my hand, I shot completely blind but this is what I got, looks like a little pinecone...

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Here's a 'Q' shot:



Sorry, couldn't resist!


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04-21-2012, 03:37 PM   #129
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Been lurking for a while. Had my Q for about a month. Thought I'd add a couple.


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Cross processed and watercolor in PS.
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Heres some shots from today, nice to actually get out and shoot, weather has been horrible for the last two months and than we get hit with an 80+ day on the cherry blossom festival...











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Caught a glimpse of city sunset. (No post processing).
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Another urban sunset..... (again no PP)
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QuoteOriginally posted by Richard Smals Quote
Q with PK-Q adapter plus Sigma 180 macro @ f4

Very difficult to focus in the wind. I used a tripod with gimbal head.

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Unbelievable.
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Some Redscale images converted with Topaz, I bought the program for B&W, after I made my setting never looked at the program again, went through it today bored and they had a lot of cool filters...








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