Pictures from a few years ago for C&C

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  1. LittleMike

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    Here are some of my old favorites. I hadn't taken the camera out in over two years until recently, but I'll be sure to get more once I get my 5D :mrgreen:

    These were all taken with an old Nikon D50.

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    personally, I love the jumping dirtbike. And I like the smokestacks. :)

    But I'm a newbie, so you really can't trust anything that I say.
     
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    Too many shots for proper C&C.

    All in all I don't really see anything majorly wrong with these images.

    Just a matter of tweaking this and that in each shot.
     
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    Thanks for the input. I deleted some of the pictures for a more pointed C&C.

    What would be some of the things you would tweak or change?
     
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    That's better :)

    #2 not much you could have changed at the time of shooting. In post processing I'd try to play with some cross processing techniques to crank out some more saturation. Maybe this is too much for your taste but I like it. There is also quite a bunch of noise in there. I was real sloppy getting rid of the noise but it shouldn't be a big problem to do that in post processing when you have some time.


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    I think in #3 it's a matter of composition and again colors, saturation and contrast. Here my quick go:

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    I see if I can work on the rest later. Trying to fix one of my backup HDD :grumpy: at the moment.
     
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    I like the originals better.. too heavy on the PP.

    Also great job OP on the dirtbike shot, must have been moving quick.. and it brings back fond memories for me.
     

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