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PostPosted: Sat Sep 25, 2010 4:12 pm 
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Some shots from a performance of DeWolff and Sound of Parka:

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Awesome shots Citruspers


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Love the fish-eye performance shots Citruspers... music photography usually all looks the same, but your fish-eye is unusual and I think it brings a performance to life. Nice :)

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Thanks guys :)

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Hey palakaboy, what aperture are you at on that first one, you have the depth of field perfect in my opinion!

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My best shot of the day but too much noise. I had the ISO at 400, and no tripod.

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jeremy1302 wrote:
Hey palakaboy, what aperture are you at on that first one, you have the depth of field perfect in my opinion!


I usually shot at f2 for the day. this was at f1.4...

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Sweet photo dude. I can't tell the noise from a photo of this size.

Thumbs up from me on the photo. Its brilliant.


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Your photo is underexposed on the landscape. Remember when shooting landscape to always get the main subject properly exposed, or try an HDR shot.
One more thing is, your horizon is cocked. Try using a level attachment for your hotshoe, or the one built into your tripod if it has one.

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It was hand held, and i won't deny that it's under exposed but it didn't like brightening at all. so it was a matter of do i blow out some ares or leave it, and i decided to leave it. I didn't recognize that it was crooked until it was pointed out. I'll look into one of those funky balance things for the hot shoe.

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I think you're missing out a lot by not PP-ing this photo. All the colour is lost in the darkness. For my own fun I upped the gamma and applied some midtone expansion. Because that lost definition in the clouds I then HDR'd it with the original. Result is quite nice. You should try it.

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@lowliferider: If you have the raw file, you can try to develop it twice (one for the sky and one for the landscape) and the mask out the over/underexposed areas of each layer.

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Maybe a candidate for the "Remix a Raw" thread?

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