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Digging into some photos from Japan from last year and starting to process them:

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Another panorama of Fuji at sunset:

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I made a thread in Travel Photography with my photos from Japan which can be seen here.

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Not my normal style of HDR image but I quite like this one like this. It was taken on a tripod but Intikhab didnt hold the kayak perfectly still due to the wind so there is a bit of ghosting :(


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:lol: One of things things aren't the same...One of these things don't belong...
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It has to be the antenna, everything else has 4 wheels. I would suggest trying -EV which will bring out the sky.


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the sky is perfectly blue. not sure what you mean by -EV.


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the sky is perfectly blue. not sure what you mean by -EV.


hahaha, i thought 4xxxx was just kidding... :D

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When I saw that the comments about - ev, I thought that he just wanted to see it underexposed a little to reduce the effects of the bright sun.
I also had a chuckle at the wheels for the antenna, didn`t even notice that.

I like the exposure, seems spot on, makes the Porsche stand out. Fits the scene. I also like the photo.

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Maxjj got it right, try to underexpose the sky for bright sun. It also depends on the suns position as it doesn't always work like I wanted it to, I must make a note of the sun next time.

Yes the sky is blue and no I was not kidding, since there are a zillion colours I imagine a few million of them will be blue. the first shot on the link is what I was thinking off.

http://www.cameralabs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=29138


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Thanks 4xxx, I'll remember that next time. One issue we do have here is dust in the air which does hurt our skies sometimes.

I think this one is a little better
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Yes I have to agree, the darker sky highlights the clouds and is a good contrast for the foreground.


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why do you wear camouflage or colours designed to blend in and then have orange containers for cold drink and fire extinguishers? :P

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2012 1:03 pm 
because we'd rather them stare at the containers than us.


seriously though, most of the training, I've done we used earth tone colors on our water equipment. generally some sort of taupe or olive green.


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