Canyon in Turkey from 10.000 feet

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  1. andre_gwynt

    andre_gwynt TPF Noob!

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    Wow!! That is a terrific shot. The only thing I would do different is crop some from the top and bottom to make it more of a panoramic shot with only the bigger part of the canyon in the shot. Then again is still does look fine the way it is IMO. Good work.
     
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    i'd like to see a boost in saturation or contrast... its a little pale for my taste. nice capture
     
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    Thanks Green, you are right I will try...

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    This looks better. Increased the contract by taking some the the light out.
     
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    Whoa dude, may have over done it a tad :wink: What software are you using?
     
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    I used the dimage software that came with the camera. It is the only imaging software I have on my laptop. I am traveling in Turkey right now, my home is in The Netherlands.

    Confusing thing is I don't know what picture reflects reality best. I still think it is the top one. I just bought my dimage 7i last week before I left on this trip. I am still learning how to deal with all the settings. On the airplane you can sometimes not avoid shooting at the sun side of the plane which I think was the case with this picture.

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    Software sounds pretty bad. I just purchased a cannon scanner, I was surprised how good the bundled sofware was.

    Try using the soffware on the link below it will help and it has a free version

    http://www.neatimage.com/
     
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    That shot looks like you where much higher then 10 feet. (;) 10.000 is only 10 feet)
     
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    OK, It was at 30,000 feet so 10,000 meters or 10 km. Thanks for pointing that out :)
     

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