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Si

Welcome to the Neowin digital photo gallery! Here you can post your pictures and discuss your photography techniques.

Please be mindful of our members on dial-up and try to keep the dimensions of the pics and the size of the files to a respectable size for 1024 x 768 viewers. Please refrain from quoting images in your replies.

I will also ask that you link to images on your own space, as much as possible.

Try to put more details from your camera settings and also talk about what you have done with photoshop.

There are a lot of photographers here that like your editing skills and would like to learn more.

Thanks!

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atlef

Seems I'll be first to the "Slaughter" this month. :rolleyes:

You guys are a tough act to follow, but here goes.

This is a quick portrait of my grandmother.

Colour

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D40

55-200mm 1:4-5,6 G ED VR

sb400

atlef.

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Jordan Green
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Really good photos I love the lighting.

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funkymunky

I love those two photos crayy88s :)

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Brandon

One from my church retreat

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Bubbabyte
How do you get such great colours and saturation i can never figure out how to do this in my landscapes.

CP (circular polarizer) filter.

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Xtremist

yea i have 1, but theres no way thats straight out of the camera

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giga
yea i have 1, but theres no way thats straight out of the camera

Process your images accordingly. Saturation, Vibrance, etc.

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Damo R.
One from my church retreat

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I like that! Good Work! :)

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giga

homemade :happy:

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(it looks oversharpened thanks to flickr's resizing. so don't blame me! :( )

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Draconian Guppy
homemade :happy:

What the photos or the cake :p ?

Spill the beans... I mean recipe :D

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Draconian Guppy
yea i have 1, but theres no way thats straight out of the camera

Well his images are HDR, hence the saturation ( although I have seen very bland HDR images), Although like Giga says, post-processing is the best way to go :)

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jbarcus81

I took this a while back.. not sure if I posted it before.. but here it is again..

Pentax K110D with 35mm Pentax lense that came with kit... have new lense's now but this was right after I got the camera...also did some photo shopping to it and IMO think it turned out pretty good.... have a look!!

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crazzy88ss
I love those two photos crayy88s :)

thanks :)

How do you get such great colours and saturation i can never figure out how to do this in my landscapes.

I upped the color saturation of the blue and green hues using Apple Aperture 2.0.

CP (circular polarizer) filter.

not quite ;) See above

Process your images accordingly. Saturation, Vibrance, etc.

yup :)

Well his images are HDR, hence the saturation ( although I have seen very bland HDR images), Although like Giga says, post-processing is the best way to go :)

Those are not HDR at all. They're not tone mapped, either. Just ~15 seconds worth of editing in Aperture 2.

I don't know about the rest of you, but lovei> pictures like these with such deep saturation.

Thank yo:):)

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Draconian Guppy
thanks :)

I upped the color saturation of the blue and green hues using Apple Aperture 2.0.

not quite ;) See above

yup :)

Those are not HDR at all. They're not tone mapped, either. Just ~15 seconds worth of editing in Aperture 2.

Thank you :)

Wow... Certainly fooled me !

crazzy88ss you're making me a post-processing-aholic :p I installed photomatix ( and just can't get enough ) because of your tutorial, would you care and post one for apple aperture 2.0 as well, I mean, if you don't mind revealing your work?

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crazzy88ss

In all honesty, I suck :)

If you want some good post processing tips, ask Giga or Moonman. Both of them are pretty good. I just get lucky once in a while.

All I did with those two shots above was increase the saturation of the blue and green hues. And uh.. that was it. :)

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saxondale.

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traffic

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Taken using my S3 and a cheap wide angle adapter.

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Aperture

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All shot on a medium format 6x4.5 Bronica ETRS. Neopan 400 pushed two stops.

A little too contrasty, but I daren't expect anything else from Neopan.

The last shot is of a deaf man communicating the best way he can to people who don't know sign language. If you wanna know more about composition, lighting and the reasoning behind the shot. Just ask.

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