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    How did this photographer...

    How did this photographer get his photo to look like this? What type of filter did he use? What did he do to it exactly in post production? And what kind of camera setting is he using?

    http://c0573862.cdn.cloudfiles.racks...702%20copy.jpg
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    Post processing. he probably desaturated skin tones a bit

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    I think all types of camera settings could get this picture, so it is probably impossible to tell what settings the photog is using. It looks like a basic picture with minimal post processing done to it. Looks like she should right up against a brick wall on a cloudy day.

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    Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
    Exposure Program: Manual
    Exposure Time: 1 / 125
    Flash: Flash fired, compulsory flash mode
    FlashPix Version: 1.0
    FNumber: 4
    Focal Length: 32
    ISO Speed Ratings: 400
    Auto White Balance

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    FYI.. TPF doesn't really appreciate people posting other's works within the forum. You can certainly link to it, but don't post the photo itself unless you're the photographer.

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    Id like to know what about this pic is it that you like or inspire to copy? Under the same conditions whatever the original photographers camera settings were are to be avoided in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bynx View Post
    Id like to know what about this pic is it that you like or inspire to copy? Under the same conditions whatever the original photographers camera settings were are to be avoided in my opinion.
    That was going to be my comment. I don't see what there is about this photo that anyone would want to emulate.

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    TPF forum rules and regs don't allow us to post photos we don't own the copyright too, or have a valid use license for.

    Posting a link is OK, and doesn't violate US Federal copyright law.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KmH View Post
    TPF forum rules and regs don't allow us to post photos we don't own the copyright too, or have a valid use license for.

    Posting a link is OK, and doesn't violate US Federal copyright law.
    Is anyone certain this isn't the OP's pic?
    The forum is this wonderful place for amateur's to ask questions, and professionals to give answers.
    There are so many amateur question asker's here, that will give such great professional opinions every day!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MichiganFarts View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by KmH View Post
    TPF forum rules and regs don't allow us to post photos we don't own the copyright too, or have a valid use license for.

    Posting a link is OK, and doesn't violate US Federal copyright law.
    Is anyone certain this isn't the OP's pic?
    How about -

    How did this photographer...

    How did this photographer get his photo to look like this?
    . . . . . . Keith . . . . . . .How Do I Use My Digital SLR?...
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    In your favorite application, it looks simple enough.

    Increase Exposure
    Lower contrast
    Lower Saturation



    Yes.. please do replace the photo with a link to the photographer's page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KmH View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MichiganFarts View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by KmH View Post
    TPF forum rules and regs don't allow us to post photos we don't own the copyright too, or have a valid use license for.

    Posting a link is OK, and doesn't violate US Federal copyright law.
    Is anyone certain this isn't the OP's pic?
    How about -

    How did this photographer...

    How did this photographer get his photo to look like this?
    Exactly my point!
    The forum is this wonderful place for amateur's to ask questions, and professionals to give answers.
    There are so many amateur question asker's here, that will give such great professional opinions every day!


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    Color desaturation
    Reduced contrast
    cross process or color cast filter or w/b push into a higher kelvin.

    If you need to know the exact cross process I can figure it out on my editing machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bynx View Post
    Id like to know what about this pic is it that you like or inspire to copy? Under the same conditions whatever the original photographers camera settings were are to be avoided in my opinion.
    Agreed!

    skieur

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    looks like they pulled out a bunch of contrast.

 

 
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