Welcome To North Dakota: Part Two

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Brently, Aug 11, 2004.

  1. Brently

    Brently TPF Noob!

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    I went out today and took some more pictures.
    I don't really like the colors in this set of pictures. Any advice would be great.

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  2. Karalee

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    Damn those haybails are cool, Ive been trying to capture some good haybail shots for the past month.
     
  3. MDowdey

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    try to use some saturation enhancement or a little contrast...other than that they are great!


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    #4 looks perfectly exposed; nothing wrong with the colors there.

    The sky on the first image is a little washed out. Are you bracketing? I don't think it's particularly overexposed; but maybe a stop or a half-stop down would give you better color saturation here. The best way to figure it out is to bracket each and every shot, (normal/+1/-1, or in half-stop increments) and keep an exposure log of your settings.
     
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    #4 is great!
     
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    What ISO film are you using? If it's saturation you're needing, go with some Velvia. If you're like me and don't feel like using slides much anymore, try going as low as you can go. In the second image, though, I think you just have to wait for the sun to get in the right place. You just can't properly expose against it without some artificial fill. A cheap polarizer might help bring out some sky as well.
     
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    I am digital, man.
     

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