« on: March 11, 2013, 03:42:08 PM »
Just fabulous! I particularly liked the North Cascade National Park, Washington shot.
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Thanks. I need to get into these features of LR now.Using this camera more and more is becoming second nature. While the DR is better with the nikons at the moment, I just got my mind blown again with this file processed from my MK3.Wow! Could you detail what you did? It looks fantastic.
Heres the basic processing. I also did + Adj. Brushes + Tone curves.
Using this camera more and more is becoming second nature. While the DR is better with the nikons at the moment, I just got my mind blown again with this file processed from my MK3.Wow! Could you detail what you did? It looks fantastic.
I think you are looking at the wrong curves.I agree. Some people can't focus on the right stuff...
I do wish people would give prior warning when posting close-up spider pictures. It would save us arachnophobes the trouble of cleaning up the coffee we involuntarily threw across the room.Sorry about that. There will be warning the next time.
I'm going to start putting "bikini" in the title all of my posts from now on . . .Great idea! A title like "Bikini street shots" will get a lot of visitors
See, another two nonconformistsLOL!100-400L @400mm, 1/800, f6.3, ISO 100.
There is always the one nonconformist. Can you find him?
Yeah... top left guy scratching his a$$....
Thanks for looking
Before K-amps responded, I was going to say the guy in the upper left was taking a leak, but I like his response even better
That makes sense. I was not suggesting the IS II though.As usual, the "best" answer is "it depends"
Anyway, on a more serious note, it depends on what percentage of shots are going to be needing you to add on the 2x. I have a question for you. Why the non IS 70-200?
I'm only 16 and I can't quite justify spending $2400 on the lens. I will eventually buy the IS II, but right now, I just can't.
Hmmm that is way north... I wouldn't be surprised if there is a connection to the persian name though...she stays in a town near siberia called novosibirsk :-)Interesting. Is she from the southern USSR republics? The name has a Persian origin similar to the king Darius of Persia - born about 550BC...Thanks :-) im a black and white guy too sepia is good also Darya is her name from russian very nice girl studying in prague.Darya a photo session in prague natural light shot with the 24-70 f2.8 LNICE! But then I am a fall guy for B&W... Not as much Sepia though...
Darya in prague by Lseriesglass, on Flickr
What is the meaning of "Darya"? In India it means sea (or ocean)...
.Background? What background???
I don't think anything about the background is meant to look realistic.