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PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2009 6:36 am 
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I couldn't think of a better name (lol)
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So what do you guys think? C&C are welcome :)

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great shot!

that twig in the way bugs me, but of course it couldn't be helped since it's a quick paced shot.

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Yes that kinda bummed me out, but do you think that it is possible to remove the twig completely or partially in post processing without it being too noticable?

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you want me to give it a try?

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That would be great! Would you like me to send you the original? (Or at least the large version after I messed wth colors and contrast)..

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Good action shot! I like how the foreground is dark and there's sunlight in the back. Adds an interesting feel to it.


PS: It's spelled as mountain bike, not mointinbike. :)

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AndreasNorway wrote:
That would be great! Would you like me to send you the original? (Or at least the large version after I messed wth colors and contrast)..


no, i'll see what i can do about this version. should be easier since its smaller

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Burun wrote:
Good action shot! I like how the foreground is dark and there's sunlight in the back. Adds an interesting feel to it.


PS: It's spelled as mountain bike, not mointinbike. :)

Thanks, lol I know how it's spelled but I typed it too fast I guess lol. The background was really bight compares to the foreground (which obviously is in the shadow) so I used a fast shutterspeed to get the background exposed correctly and filled in the foreground with the flashgun.

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i just cloned over it.

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Looks good, palakaboy!

AndreasNorway wrote:
Thanks, lol I know how it's spelled but I typed it too fast I guess lol. The background was really bight compares to the foreground (which obviously is in the shadow) so I used a fast shutterspeed to get the background exposed correctly and filled in the foreground with the flashgun.

I think it turned out pretty nice! Did you get any other good shots? :D

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Thanks a lot palakaboy! It looks great! I thibk that I should try to do that to the big verson myself :)

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no problem. it seriously didnt take more than 5 minutes.

it took longer for cs4 to open xp

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Burun wrote:
Looks good, palakaboy!

AndreasNorway wrote:
Thanks, lol I know how it's spelled but I typed it too fast I guess lol. The background was really bight compares to the foreground (which obviously is in the shadow) so I used a fast shutterspeed to get the background exposed correctly and filled in the foreground with the flashgun.

I think it turned out pretty nice! Did you get any other good shots? :D

A few decent ones, but I haven't really gone through all of them thoroughly yet, so I might upload some later...

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AndreasNorway wrote:
Burun wrote:
I think it turned out pretty nice! Did you get any other good shots? :D
A few decent ones, but I haven't really gone through all of them thoroughly yet, so I might upload some later...

I'd love to see some more. Looks like it was fun!

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YAY!!! another DHer (or close enough) on the forums.

on question... was 1/5000 second necessary?, or is that a typo?

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