A few for C&C

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Einstein, May 27, 2010.

  1. Einstein

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    First Shots in a while. No cropping or processing done yet. I just moved in to a new place and want to try printing some photos to put up so any real cnc would be appreciated.

    Edit: Before i print any i would like to do some pp, and im pretty new to it so any suggestions on what i could do to make these better is welcomed. I have all of them in RAW also. (the posted pics are jpgs from the camera),

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    I number 1 3 and 4 the best awesome job:)
     
  3. Einstein

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    Thanks photonewbie! Not sure what happened to #2 but oh well.

    Any suggestions on how i could edit the RAW versions to come out better than these JPEGS? What do you normally do to your RAW in PP?
     
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    #1 is NICE! Great colours, and the photographer adds a really nice touch. #4 and#5 are very decent to.

    I see what you wanted to do but it somehow isn't.. working. it looks like there was a light shadow of grey over the whole picture.


    Can't really help you on the RAW question though, I usually use JPEG, but I guess the editing software that came with your camera is a good start.
     

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