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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ferny, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. ferny

    ferny TPF Noob!

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    Straight from the camera bar a very basic photoshop tweak. Colours and shadows are correct.

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    Interesting shot ferny. Something about the matches bothers me, but I can't put my finger on it...

    I'll try and come back and look at it again later and see if I can pin it down for ya.
     
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    They're a bit over exposed I think.
     
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    More the placement I think, but.... [shrug]
     
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    I don't get it. How did you get it to float? Edit out whatever was holding it up?
     
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    I posted this photo on another forum and they asked something similar. So this is a dirrect copy and paste of my reply there.

    Ouch, I'm lazy!



    Basic means clicking on the auto contrast button, cropping and resizing then saving. All it did was make the very front of the base whiter. The noise is from the compression I think. Lighting was a 40w desk lamp and the slow sync flash mode. The camera's white balance was set to tungsten. Because the light from the lamp wasn't in the shadows they stayed blue from the flash. The base is one sheet of A4 photo paper and the match box was stuck to it with a bit of blue tack.


    • Make - KONICA MINOLTA
      Model - DiMAGE Z10
      ExposureTime - 1/10 seconds
      FNumber - 8.00
      ExposureProgram - Manual control
      ISOSpeedRatings - 64
      MeteringMode - Multi-segment
      LightSource - Tungsten
      Flash - Flash fired, compulsory flash mode, red-eye reduction mode
      ExposureMode - Manual
      WhiteBalance - Manual
      DigitalZoomRatio - 0.00 x
      FocalLengthIn35mmFilm - 80 mm
      SceneCaptureType - Standard
      GainControl - None
      Contrast - Normal
      Saturation - Normal
      Sharpness - Normal
      SubjectDistanceRange - Macro

    Thanks for looking. :)
     

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