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10-13-2016, 05:52 AM   #151
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K-1 and 15-30 with Pixel Shift on then a fair amount of PP in Lightroom and a touch of Color Efex. It's a bit exaggerated but I like it overall.



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QuoteOriginally posted by Amarony Quote
K-1 and 15-30 with Pixel Shift on then a fair amount of PP in Lightroom and a touch of Color Efex. It's a bit exaggerated but I like it overall.
It might seem a bit exaggerated, but it looks great. It should make a nice print. You lose a bit of the exaggeration when the image doesn't have a light source behind it.
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Hindostan at Dawn. This one is a pixel shift, although I don't know that it adds much detail to the image as between the mist and the water, I doubt it did a whole lot.

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You got lucky with that...I found out in July that pixel stiff does not work at all with fog moving around. I got zero luck out of ~hundred tryouts.
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It might seem a bit exaggerated, but it looks great. It should make a nice print. You lose a bit of the exaggeration when the image doesn't have a light source behind it.
Thanks and yes I do think I'll try to print that one. Will be interesting to see how it works on paper.

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Print small version first. The image is very dark in appearance and has impossible dynamic range for paper.
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Print small version first. The image is very dark in appearance and has impossible dynamic range for paper.
Very true, you might want to compress the dynamic range using levels and exposure in your PP to make it more printer friendly.
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Beautiful work, everyone! Here are a couple sunrise photos from Saturday morning. Lens is the D FA 28-105.
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Hindostan Falls (DFA 24-70)

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A Pixel-Shift shot with the DFA 24-70

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DFA 28-105, cropped/downsized.


Praying Mantis on Handrail, on Flickr

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