Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by Radiohead, Aug 6, 2005.
Not many balloons around, for some odd reasons, but some good photo opportunities nonetheless:
All images - D70 with Sigma 70-300 APO Super II.
I love both the sharpness and colour on these shots did you do any post shoot 'Photoshop' stuff to them ??
Thanks for the comments
In Nikon Capture (all images were RAW) - D-Lighting applied, inc saturation of +5 and then sharpening of 60% applied to all as a batch (and resized down to 800x532 at the same time). That's what I do to all of my images (with my primes typically having sharpening of 40% instead). Took about 15 minutes to do over 100 images in all.
Your not posting the candids then Guy...
Seriously a great set of shots there, I like the quad bike through the flames with the intense heat coming from it..
Still not sure what to make of all that.
Radiohead - do you do all this in Photoshop ?? Can certain elements only be applies to the RAW files. I've got a Fuji 6800Z which doesn't take pictures anywhere near as good as those above (And I'm not taking composition good - just quality of the image) must have a serious thought about going D-SLR.
I use Nikon Capture, but the principles are much the same in Photoshop.
I went to the Bristol balloon fiesta this month but didnt see much worth shooting and had to wait 7 hours before the first balloon went up.
took this with 350d and canon 28-105 mk2.
That's a very nice shot Dave
I think this shot is great!
thanks. it was a very long day and i was on my way home but felt i should take a few shots before i left, think i took about20 in the end, just standing on a hill
by the way how do i embed the images in to a message
When you're making a post. Click the little square icon with the mountains in it, then simply paste the url to your photo in the pop up box
Separate names with a comma.