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Kerm    51

Hey Sax, i've sharpened your shot a little, hope you don't mind.

I ran two sharpens over it, which helps give it a more '3D' feel, that you see more with film shots.

First Smart sharpen - Amount 200, radius 0.5

second smart sharpen - Amount 20, radius 30.

Rough figures, play about, but it sharpens aswell as adding that 3D contrast.

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saxondale.    15

Cheers :) I do like that.

I will give that a go when i next edit a picture like this, thanks.

Here's another from that day

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Edited by saxondale.

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Damo R.    29,672
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Thats really good (Y)

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former1    27

Here's the view from my Apartment :) 'tis awesome!! :D

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crazzy88ss    66

milk, try this tomorrow.

Do an exposure for the sky, like you have now, and then do an exposure for the foreground and merge them together. See what that gets ya.

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former1    27

Thanks for the tip! (Y) I'll look into doing it :) Wish I could get good pictures without the need to edit though >.<! :p

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soothsayer    0
Thanks for the tip! (Y) I'll look into doing it :) Wish I could get good pictures without the need to edit though >.<! :p

I think you would need a graduated ND filter then.

I also prefer to not do a lot of editing. Not that there is anything wrong with pictures that have been altered, but doing so won't make me a better photographer, and that is what I'm trying to become. :)

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accesser    2
I think you would need a graduated ND filter then.

I also prefer to not do a lot of editing. Not that there is anything wrong with pictures that have been altered, but doing so won't make me a better photographer, and that is what I'm trying to become. :)

Big fat +1I'm also like that I much prefer to try and improve my photos in camera rather than after I have started using a shooting mode that captures both .jpg and .raw for each image I?ll only use the raw file if I need to really fix an image up otherwise I like the .jpg?s

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max84    3

I've seen great shots here, so I thought I'd share some of my work. Hope you like it.

Camera: Panasonic FZ50

Editing: Saturation, contrast, color temperature

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sin-ergy    2

First attempt at cross-processing. Unforunately, I have no idea what settings I used and couldn't reproduce it later :( Ugh. haha.

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saxondale.    15

Very nice, i have done this a few times in photoshop but i actually don't have any photos which work when cross-processed but yours works nicely :)

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crazzy88ss    66

what is cross-processing, and what can you gain from it?

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accesser    2
what is cross-processing, and what can you gain from it?

+1 yeah what is it and how :D

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dr.bisho    0

Syria, Qasuoon mountain at night, damascus :p

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saxondale.    15

our very own sanctified does it a lot in his photographs

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Draconian Guppy    13,038

Candlelit action :) not quite a brand new photo, but worth posting imo :p

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deridex01    0

Just resized in PSP, but have a guess where it was took :D

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Oh yeah, everything was on auto when i took it !

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Bawx    0

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My niece Abby on the trampoline.

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crazzy88ss    66

that first one is kick ass, bawx.

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Bawx    0

Thanks. :D

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accesser    2
that first one is kick ass, bawx.

I also like the first one a great! memory captured

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sanctified    1,225
First attempt at cross-processing. Unforunately, I have no idea what settings I used and couldn't reproduce it later :( Ugh. haha.

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Wlecome to the marvels of cross-processing, one of the most interesting techniques in photography.

I recommend you first try to do the process in the traditional way, I mean, with chemicals. Once you understand the process and see the results then you will have a good idea of how a photo should like and it will be easier to do it in digital.

thats how I learnt.

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.Markus    194

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Damo R.    29,672

A Couple I took Today...

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