The Photography Thread

Discussion in 'Cameras and camcorders' started by INS-ANI, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. sujoyp

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    I think this is the first time I am sharing a people portraiture.

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    Wow nac the backlightning is superb...good shot
     
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    Nac that is a very beautiful shot... Love the lighting
     
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    Have been longing to try something like this for a very long time and finally got an opportunity. Here it is for your C&C.

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    Very cool shot nac.

    A few more shots with that same robo[​IMG]
     
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    Looks similar to the last one. Any other attempts in different backdrop?
     
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    Nice attempt. But it's underexposed.

    Increasing exposure significantly improves the image and you can do lot more if you're interested.
    36025102090_db782b8d5b_o.jpg
     
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    Last from that shoot. One of the candid clicks.

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    Agreed. I was trying to avoid the orangish tint on the hills
     
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    @nomad47 nice image but seriously underexposed..try other tricks if not directly increasing the exposure...try increasing shadows,blacks,highlights :) some combination will work
     
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    I guess he's starting to learn to process the image. As he said, he tried to reduce the orange tone from the mountain and he reduced exposure for that in post (I hope it wasn't underexposed originally).
    @nomad47 , Instead of underexposing, reduce saturation (selectively)
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    I will try a different approach in processing. Will post the results at night. I will split the colors while maintaining exposure. I have quite a few such long exposure shots this time. Will play around

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    You might want to reduce the temperature. That will give it a good blueish overtone
     
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    It is a good one! But remember one thing, always make sure that arms are either completely in frame or one half of the arm is in frame, otherwise it gives impression of incompleteness in the picture.
    I should start sharing my portrait work too, which is stored on a completely different profile.
     
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    kaz right here

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    I liked the stones pic the most.. Its nice..

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    Ksz, thats a good set of pics.

    @siddharth do share portraits, I'm trying to learn that as well. Need tons of advise before they are postable
     
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    Don't like the processing.
    Still shooting in Auto mode?
     

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