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  1. lunaaa

    lunaaa TPF Noob!

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    I took these shots of my boyfriend's motorcycle,and i was wondering what post processing can be done to them? any ideas?

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  2. mrpink

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    every photo is harshly over exposed. No PP is going to bring back what is not there. Reshoot in better light would be my only suggestion.




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    eeek. Overexposed is an understatement. The idea behind them is cool though. :) Nice bike.
     
  4. KmH

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  5. burstintoflame81

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    I agree that they are overexposed. Also, I would choose the backgrounds more carefully, or use a wider DOF ( harder to do in such harsh light, but you could use an ND filter to cut down on some light also ) to blur the background.
     
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    No offense, but PP cannot help these photos.

    You cut off the handlebars in #1 for christ's sake.

    Go take some properly exposed photos and bring them back here, and I'll see what I can do to help you. thx.
     
  7. JClishe

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    Overexposed has already been mentioned, but the backgrounds are really distracting. I'd find a large lawn or empty parking lot to re-shoot and then throw the backgrounds out of focus.
     
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    You *really* need to stop being a douche to every member of this forum.


    To OP: Definitely overexposed, but probably because the auto-exposure put you there. If you're not using Manual mode I'd suggest doing that a dropping it a few clicks underexposed to even it out.

    PP could fix most of it (as KmH has shown) but some can only be fixed with proper exposure from the camera.

    Also: KmH, could you never change your icon again =P threw me off
     
  9. KmH

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    Change is a property of time and the arrow of time only points forward.

    Just add Vicelord to your IGNORE LIST. Works for me! :thumbup:
     
  10. lunaaa

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    this has been taken by kodak cybershot digital camera so i'm sorry everyone but all the photos are taken auto because i cant control them manually in this camera and i know they are WAY over exposed so i was wondering can they be fixed in pp
     
  11. lunaaa

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    i love what you did to it,how did you do it? sorry if i seem silly but i'm very poor in pp
     
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    I think you did great KmH on the PP.
     

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