2nd try...much better

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by P-UNIT, May 9, 2006.

  1. P-UNIT

    P-UNIT TPF Noob!

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    thanks for all the tips recieved in my 1st thread well i went out again today and got some more shots of the bike. unfortunately it was midday so i guss this isnt the best time. but hey itll work. also i am realizing how much scanning can affect the pics. they look much better in real life. any how here they are.

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    lets hear it.
     
  2. Rob

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    They're certainly much better! Most of them are now nice and sharp and they're composed better as well. The rest are probably scanning issues.

    As you correctly suspect - midday sun is generally a bit flat as it's directly above and casts an even above light.

    #5 especially is infinitely better than the first series! Good job!
     
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    P-UNIT TPF Noob!

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    yea i like 5, 8 and 11 the best personally.

    now i just need to learn to do some editing, as well as continue figuring the camera out.
     
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    Yep, if you've got photoshop, learn the following in this order:

    Levels, Curves, Saturation, Contrast, USM/smart sharpening

    and then you can do some cool stuff like selective colouring. If you want some examples, just post one with OTE in the post and a whole load of people can have a go and you can ask for instructions on which one you like best.

    Rob
     
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    Definately much better. Just takes practice. And maybe a little advice form some informed friends.
     

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