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Decent camping pics...

Discussion in 'Photography & The Digital Darkroom' started by Gryphon001, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. Gryphon001

    Gryphon001 Active Member

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    Well... no car content here... but I did manage to try to push the boundaries of my 35mm f1.8 prime lens. It's starting to become one of my favorite lenses.

    Got these shots while I was... the, driving and waterfall ones are taken with my 18-55 lens but the rest are the 35mm

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    opinions welcome...
     
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    Awesome. Simples
     
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    Great pics mate i like them alot
     
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    Stunning pics! Absolutely love the first one!!! Where was that taken???
     
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    im just getting into photography and am was thinking of a decent prime lens and you just made up my mind,what software do you use ? awesome pics by the way,love the fire ones!
     
  6. Gryphon001

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    The pics were taken at the Bruce Peninsula National Park in Ontario, Canada... the weather was really crappy the whole week so there was only so much I could salvage.

    The software was Elements 7 for most of the post production... I figured out that if you adjust the 'black' bar almost all the way to the right on pics like the fire shots or the lilly than you get a nice crisp black background for them. The HDR one was done with Photomatix 3.2... excellent software for HDR and exposure fusion.

    Thanks for the comments guys
     
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    Here are a few more I managed to salvage... not very good because I was just walking and shooting, but still managed to get something out of it. Misty lakes at sunset are not very easy to get point and shoot style...
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    Well, since I'm on a roll here are a few I took from a Canada Day fireworks show tonight.
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