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Old 09-24-2011, 11:29 PM
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i enjoy selective coloring for certain subjects, this is my most recent to get that effect.

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easy to do using layers and just erasing the areas you want to be in color after overlaying the b/w copy on top.

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You guys are worlds ahead of me in editing photos for sure. I did take the motorcycle and go scouting for some trout and wouldn't you know I took a couple water pictures while I was out there.

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those are some great pics ard!
were you using a tripod for those shots?
if not you have a steady hand my friend
shooting moving water at a slow shutter speed sure is fun


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Hi Casey,

No tripod but I steadied the camera and myself on the rocks. Most were taken at f22 and 10 on the shutter. Now that I see them I wish I had dropped to 8 or 6 on the shutter. But they are OK I guess, I did about 20
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Nice and your daughters picture also.................
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thanks man!!
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Mike, I like the selective color shot of the cat, that looks much better than my selective color shot of the carp The depth of your shots with the DSLR vs. the flatness of the shots from my cell-phone camera is like night and day!
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Mike, I like the selective color shot of the cat, that looks much better than my selective color shot of the carp The depth of your shots with the DSLR vs. the flatness of the shots from my cell-phone camera is like night and day!
depth of field is key, the lower f# and backrounds farther away will help that. but I know what you mean. so far out fishing iv only had my cell phones 1.3 mpx cam with me,, and I hate the photos. I need a good point and shoot, but for artsey shots you need a dslr for sure. I have a few others I need to dig up and post later. great shots everyone lets keep it going on the techincal side of how the shots are taken.
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Default Dusting Off Your Sensor;

I had noticed for quite some time a nasty spot that appeared in the upper left quadrant of some of my best landscape shots and for some unknown reason put off cleaning the sensor in my Nikon. I did it a few days back and my spot is gone

If you ever find some small aberration in your photos and there seems to be nothing fouling the lens don't be like me, clean that sensor and get the pictures you deserve. Have any of you had this problem?

You can see the spot on this image in the steam trail from Mt. Redoubt. Now it's gone from my new stuff, I wish I had not hesitated all this time, the cleaning was simple.

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