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Old Jun 29, 2007, 7:30 PM   #1
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Old Jun 30, 2007, 2:57 AM   #2
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And back, nice shot, you know we were in this village last night with the family visiting and eating good food, and my sister in laws mom was telling us some stories on how she has seen people that were allready gone come back and talk to her, really sent shivers down my spine, i've heard a bunch of stories like that and i don't think it's a bunch of b.s. anyway nice picture.
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Really nice capture ..............................musket
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Old Jun 30, 2007, 5:23 AM   #4
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Ah, you capturedthe veryimage which stands thereas the words have finished...

As for Poe,deathis the most dramatic theme of all, especially that ofthe beautiful !

Hope youtakemy little arrangements as a complimentforthe original : )
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[align=center]After just reading a tutorial, on using the channel mixer

http://www.11amdesign.com/faq/index....amp;artlang=en

what do you think?



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Hi musket, i think you need a good picture to start with and this picture is just an ok pic more thought provoking that tech correct. I find adjusting colour changes the picture rather than improves it, in most cases. So its down to taste i guess. Do you go in for frames, this is the first one I've seen you use and it is very bold to compliment your photo adjustment. But Musket do tell me,how to get a landscape photo and guarantee the sky will not bleach. So often i shoot 2/3rds land setup, and adjust the settings in order to getenough light into the land, the sky tends to bleach and lose much of its colour and contrast. Can you help musket? Is it a matter of filters?
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Hi musket, i think you need a good picture to start with and this picture is just an ok pic more thought provoking that tech correct. I find adjusting colour changes the picture rather than improves it, in most cases. So its down to taste i guess. Do you go in for frames, this is the first one I've seen you use and it is very bold to compliment your photo adjustment. But Musket do tell me,how to get a landscape photo and guarantee the sky will not bleach. So often i shoot 2/3rds land setup, and adjust the settings in order to getenough light into the land, the sky tends to bleach and lose much of its colour and contrast. Can you help musket? Is it a matter of filters?




I found the frames facility in a demo prog 'fotofinish' just thought I'd give it a try

and picked yellow to contrast with the mauves in the photo.



There are a lot of techniques for getting the picture balance of land and sky

eg. filters that reduce glare, filter or enhance the top third of the photo..

If it is bright daylight sometimes a circ polariser filter helps a lot and in PP

underexposure and highlight adjustment can sometimes do the trick.

http://www.naturescapes.net/062004/gd0604.htm



It depends a lot on the scene and what might be the best way to

capture it, there are a lot of tutorials on the web, some simple solutions

and some very technical. So a bit of browsing and looking at tutorials

and photography help lines might be the answer you're looking for.

the good thing about digital photography is it allows you to get it

wrong a lot of times (trial and error) and so come up with some good

pictures and scenes...........:|............musket.



ps colour often makes the picture and digital photography has been

trying for years to mimic film photography so for those who like the

colour of film photo's the channel mixer in PP is one way to do it.

Also the chrome setting on the F20 boosts colours :idea:




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