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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by PeterN, Dec 25, 2013.

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    Noons Guest

    Nice. I've taken the liberty of showing you what can be achieved by
    using Focus Magic. Of course: post-post-post-sharpening, still...
    After FM, very mild:

    Give me a tif, larger file to start with and the results might really
    surprise you. Of course: say the word and I'll delete the images from
    my ISP - just there to illustrate a point.

    I did this recently with an Oly EM5 and a CZ50/1.4 (watch url wrap!):
    Noons, Dec 26, 2013
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  2. So do China residents. But it's f******** cold!
    PAUL {HAMILTON} ROONEY, Dec 26, 2013
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    PeterN Guest

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    PeterN Guest

    that's a nice pleasant scene. Unfortunately, you are having the same
    basic issue I have. Over exposure in the whites & highlights.

    Here is an acceptable overexposure.

    PeterN, Dec 27, 2013
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    Noons Guest

    Very little, but yes. One of the things the Oly can do is handle
    overexposure in highlights better than anything else short of film.
    There is only a very small area of the bird that has the highlights
    blown and that is exactly how I wanted it: little point in showing
    detail in what is essentially just pure white. I was more interested in
    showing the roundness of the body with just a little smidgeon of shadow
    to expose it. The original image is of course a LOT larger and more
    detailed, this is just for the web so don't expect lots of minutia. I've
    got a slightly different treatment of the raw in another image that may
    be more pleasing to your taste, will post it later.

    Yeah, piercing detail! But here the issue is also the contrast: the
    shadow areas should be a LOT lighter. In fact I think they are. But
    unfortunately the high contrast doesn't let us verify that.
    Is that a Photoshop paintbrush the fella is using? Looks like a kitchen
    Noons, Dec 27, 2013
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    RichA Guest

    Very nice shot, I don't see any real issues with it. Had I tried to shoot that today, the bee would have been under 1/2 inch of ice! Lucky to be in a warmer clime.
    RichA, Dec 27, 2013
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    M-M Guest

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    PeterN Guest

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    PeterN Guest

    The only person you need to please is you.

    PeterN, Dec 27, 2013
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    PeterN Guest

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    PeterN Guest

    Thanks. I do not live in the warmer climes.

    somehow, through snipping, or my idiocy, that bee, which was intended to
    be in a macro reply, would up in a different location.
    the bee was shot on Long Island.
    I suspect who the inaccurate snipper was, but.......
    PeterN, Dec 27, 2013
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    PeterN Guest

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    M-M Guest

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    PeterN Guest

    Neat. Just for the record, I am traveling and using my laptop. Since it
    has a 14" screen, which I do not color correct, I use it only for keeper
    & possibility decisions.

    BTW how do you do the mouse-over thing?
    PeterN, Dec 27, 2013
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    Guest Guest


    view the page source and you can see exactly what it does.
    Guest, Dec 27, 2013
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    me Guest

    Question, out of every possibility posited so far, which is the
    closest to your personal perception at the moment?
    me, Dec 27, 2013
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    PeterN Guest

    M-M, with no hesitation.
    I knew the nest was there and was driving about 5mph. When I saw the
    male coming in, I whipped out the camera and shot. (After stopping, of

    This is not my first bird in flight

    < For Landing.jpg>


    PeterN, Dec 28, 2013
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    M-M Guest

    View source. I saw it somewhere and copied it
    M-M, Dec 28, 2013
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    M-M Guest

    M-M, Dec 28, 2013
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    M-M Guest

    You're right, the 03Ac is better.

    Now tell us how you did it :)
    M-M, Dec 28, 2013
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