Rev it Up 2

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by DRoberts, Sep 6, 2008.

  1. DRoberts

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    Some more from the Rev it Up series

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    I love that last pic :) Did you PS it at all, or did you manage to get the grey sky like that from the beginning?
     
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    Thanks,Yes I used CS3 Shadows/Highlights Increased the highlights to 100% and tonal width increase. Increased Shadows and then color burn at low opacity.
     
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    Nice shots, again, but I think you may have over done it on the post processing this time. Some of the shots seem a bit overdone to me.

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    Thanks Gimp...I was trying to get a little sharper and clearer and guess I just starred at the screen alittle to long. Getting frustrated till I get my new camera and get better quality.
     
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    keith204 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice work! I really like that last shot too. The lights and powerlines in the pic actually do great things for this shot.
     
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    Thanks Keith, I agree. At first I was thought they would be to distracting but I like the way this one worked out with them being centered behind the rider.
     
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    cool shots...a couple of them look a little contrasty and you can see where parts started to posterize a bit. I know your frustration though - I shoot motocross with an older D70 and the autofocus kills me!! if you can afford it, a 70-200 f/2.8 will be the best investment you could ever make...I know it is for me!
     
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    Thanks Rip...The 70-200 is my next goal, along with a jump up to the 40D.
    I hopefully will have it by next spring.
     

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