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Forum: Kodak Jun 11, 2005, 1:10 AM
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Posted By bigdawg
Anyway thats the way I turn a dark photo into a...

Anyway thats the way I turn a dark photo into a keeper. If something like the power lines bother you then Photoshop can remove them.

And I bet Cold Snail still doesn't see the man in the photo.
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Forum: Kodak Jun 11, 2005, 1:02 AM
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Posted By bigdawg
Well if you don't get a good one right off the...

Well if you don't get a good one right off the camera, then post processing is the remedy.

I used Photoshop Elements again and the same filters and adjustments as the flower shots.


Dawg
Forum: Kodak Jun 11, 2005, 12:57 AM
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Posted By bigdawg
And here are two shots using a polorizing filter...

And here are two shots using a polorizing filter and a Gradual grey filter. When using them you need to get the exposure around zero by changing the F/stop or film speed to compensate for the darker...
Forum: Kodak Jun 11, 2005, 12:34 AM
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Posted By bigdawg
I hope this helped some Bedde. Remember if it is...

I hope this helped some Bedde. Remember if it is a little too dark it's usually better than a little too light. After you blow out the detail and contrast with too much white you almost never can...
Forum: Kodak Jun 11, 2005, 12:31 AM
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Posted By bigdawg
It was way darker than I expected as the sun was...

It was way darker than I expected as the sun was starting to hit the flower bed real quick. No problemo. Off to Photoshop Elements you go.

To correct the problem I used Photoshop Elements and...
Forum: Kodak Jun 11, 2005, 12:22 AM
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Posted By bigdawg
Here they are as promised. Tis one was way under...

Here they are as promised. Tis one was way under exposed.

This was taken in Pasm A-mode at 1/1000sec f/5 -2 exposure compensation.
Forum: Kodak Jun 10, 2005, 1:48 PM
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Posted By bigdawg
Need to see photos to see why. Could be the...

Need to see photos to see why. Could be the exposure compensation was way down??!! I don't know. Usually you can take a dark photo and post process it to a good one. I'll show you two shots where...
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