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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

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Nikon D70 @ 18mm, 1/25 sec, f/22, ISO 200
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Taken from the same area as yesterday's shot, but a little further downstream in the opposite direction.


Blogger Venky said...

Awesome colors, nice saturation, very balanced. Are you using any custom curve for D70? Your pictures have lot of pop. Hope you don't mind me linking your blog to my favourites in my blog.


5:51 pm, July 31, 2005  
Blogger Ladyred said...

beautiful shot! thank you for your response to my comment earlier. 'preciate it. i feel like there's just so much to learn. i guess the only way to learn is to just do it, practice, practice, practice!

11:24 pm, July 31, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey Venky,

I use Fotogenetics EV3 curve (I think). I loaded it pretty much as soon as I got the camera, and have been delighted with the results I get from it.

On this particular image I didn't actually do too much PP work. Shot in RAW, fine tuned the white balance, set the saturation to enhanced... then I opened in PS CS, did levels, curves, colour balance, slightly increased the saturation again, and sharpened. Sounds a lot but it really on took 5 minutes to do.

Thanks for linking to my blog, I appreciate it.


10:41 pm, August 04, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Thanks ladyred. Yeah, practice is the way to go... it's a lot of fun too :)

10:42 pm, August 04, 2005  
Anonymous Mystery Me said...

Really enjoyed looking through your landscape photos. Absolutely beautiful.

11:34 am, August 11, 2005  

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