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11-24-2017, 03:28 PM - 4 Likes   #13171
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Thanks a lot, Frederic! I like your pictures, they all come with characteristics inside.

2nd post in this thread..........

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Or without the flower if it's a distraction.



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Frederic, superb set, I like each one of those shots. I see a new member observed that you are quite the character...I mean that your photos contain quite a bit of character
jcdog2006, super nice reflection photo, real good composing & frame work.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jcdog2006 Quote
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A few of my recent landscapes taken with the K1













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Another tree. Photographed in September K-1 DA28-105@45 - I didn't realize the slightest movement in the scenery. So made a Pixel Shift Resolution image.

When I first inspected the psr dng raw file in RawTherapee I saw this "movement mask".


Doesn't makes sense to develop it in RawTherapee to get benefits from a 16 bit tiff "from 4 frames developed" psr image. So just developed the dng in Capture One where of course only the first image is taken.

Time has gone by and I discovered the image in my catalog again. This time I thought I'd give it a try and developed the image in Raw Therapee as a 16 bit tiff based on the pixel shift algorithm. The masked parts are substituted by the first image input.

The tiff file I developed further in Capture One Pro at base characteristic "linear response" mainly using curves and two color editor generated masks for the local adjustments editor. My feeling is that I got a significant better image with more detail than developing only the first image of the pixel shift file in Capture One.


My conclusion: although the "movement mask" in RawTherapee may indicate not much benefit, there could be some - happy I did give it a try!
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QuoteOriginally posted by ozarun55 Quote
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Very nice work Ozarun. I especially like the Namibia shot. You're lucky to be able to travel to such wonderful locations.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ozarun55 Quote
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Wow... hit it out of the park on your first post. This obviously isn't your first rodeo. Very nice set, I think you and your K-1 are a good match. Looking forward to seeing more from the pair of you.

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Great work and fantastic colors! Hard to pick one image as I like them all.
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K-1 and Tamron SP AF 300 2.8 and 1.4 TC of DFA 28-105
Ok, some nice shots here, you get my like. Surprising that bird has rings.
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Ok, some nice shots here, you get my like. Surprising that bird has rings.
Thanks for the comment.

TheJays along the Highway 60 corridor are studied by staff and students from the University of Guelph. Because this is the furthest south they are found in Canada and they depend on freezing cold in winter to preserve the food they collect, they are a perfect "study the effects of global warming" species. I have to drive 40 miles to find birds that aren't banded. They are really friendly birds, easy to catch, track and study. They are so friendly I sometimes think they recongize me, but then you see them with other people, and you realize they are the same with everyone. They just like free food, and people. But they are territorial and usually you only see two at a time, or in the summer, possibly two parents and a couple of chicks. But they never overwhelm you like seagulls or Blue Jays can.

http://www.uoguelph.ca/news/2011/10/gray_jays_winte.html
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