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02-15-2019, 12:01 AM   #946
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Trametes versicolor. K1II, HHPS.


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Lady Bird Johnson Grove, with the DFA 28-105:

02-19-2019, 07:00 AM   #948
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Most pixel shifted images are of landscape. I've come to realize that pixel shift is well suited for architecture shots, since nothing is moving, but I haven't seen a lot of architecture shots in this thread.
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Did I say pixel shift is good for unmovable building? Here we go. Setting up the camera on tripod, making sure the tripod legs are full spread and waiting for no vibrations, trigger with 2 sec. delay. The detail on the full size images is impressive, it's possible to see the glass protection grids when zooming in 100%, no visible without pixel shift. Images are ultra-clean, virtually noise free (the last image looks like it is synthesized with a computer, but it's not.. it's a real exposure from the K1 II).








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02-23-2019, 02:13 PM   #950
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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
From Lady Bird Johnson Grove in Redwood NP, shot with the DFA 28-105:
Love your shots. My type of stuff Would you mind sharing your workflow in terms of tools for PSing? Where do you load the image initially, do you work on it in Lightroom form the start?
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QuoteOriginally posted by sundown Quote
Would you mind sharing your workflow in terms of tools for PSing? Where do you load the image initially, do you work on it in Lightroom form the start?
I start in Lightroom and usually end in Lightroom. I'll often check images I think worth keeping and throw out the rest (usually at least 75% of what I take gets thrown out, and more later). Then I edit what I've kept, attempting to raise shadows without harming local contrast, often through dodging and burning with the brush. I may tweak the color a little bit, usually using color balance, often doing localized edits with the brush. I try to proceed fairly quickly, not spending more than five minutes on any one given image. Then I upload the decent ones to flickr, and some of them get posted on PF. If I want print or send one of them to my fineartameric.com page, I'll do additional edits and fine tune them even more. The image reference from Lady Bird Johnson grove, for example, if I were to print it, I'd brighten up the snow a bit more and change the white balance on the tree on the right.

Below is three pixel-shifted images stitched together in Lightroom:

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Two Trees at Sunset (DFA 24-70mm)

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Rose and Water Droplets (DFA 100 macro WR, pixel shift)



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Bridge Over Still Waters (DFA 15-30/pixel shift)

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From Berry Summit, shot with the FA-J 75-300:

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Architectural use with Pixel-Shift function on a tripod-mounted Pentax K1.

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Rose and Water Droplets (100 macro/pixel shift)

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Leesville Lake (DFA 15-30mm/pixel shift)

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Leesville Dam (DFA 15-30mm/pixel shift)

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