I don't usually filter...

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  1. Ls3D

    Ls3D TPF Noob!

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    But had some waiting to do today. -Shea

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    Josh66 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I like this, but there's something going on with the colors... Looks really compressed.
    ...Not sure if that was intentional or not.
     
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    So you used the 8-point star filter? I like the effect it had on the lights, but the halos around everything else I'm not so big on.
     
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    Yeah I crushed it, looked like the Animals album on location, so I just dirtied it up a bit.

    This is a possible keeper from the same night (Sunday), although the palm tree weights the composition a skew..

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    -Shea
     
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    Cross stars are 'in camera' (24-105mm L) - and I even pulled the UV filter that night. Halos are a result of me just drafting a comp together.

    BTW - Shooting in low sodium lighting sucks thus far, I tried a few color temps and ended up shooting the usual tungsten that corrected toward green in the highlights :lmao:

    I prefer to shoot these on the Full Moon with no additional light, but had a jones to shoot that night. Thanks for your observations,

    -Shea

    BTW - Venus painted the sensor with a nice glow, just reviewing these on the fly here (his name is Stanley):

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  6. sabbath999

    sabbath999 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I know you don't allow editing of your pictures but I would like to show you something (a filter) I was playing with. Do you mind in this one instance? If you do, that's cool... I just thought it was kind of fun for your nice shot.
     
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    Yes please.

    -S

    EDIT: Here is a little more data and the pre-filtered version.

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    2nd EDIT: Here is a slightly brushed look, false highlights & shading (child's play), sans tree (much better) - although this is right on the edge of black so your display may vary. Still don't like yellow lights as a base.. -S

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    sabbath999 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    OK, I have been playing a bit... here's one that I introduced some sky glow.

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