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PointnShoot

157 posts

143 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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paul911 said:
RobDickinson said:
When someone asks me to post a raw with no processing next time I will post it as binary. biggrin


Southern Skies by robjdickinson, on Flickr
Stunning Rob, possibly your best to date biggrin

Got to agree, it's stunning.

PointnShoot

157 posts

143 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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markmullen said:
PointnShoot said:
markmullen said:
Mark any chance of showing the original? I'd love to see how much you brought the sky up, because it's stunning!
Clickable thumbnails so not to clog up the thread

SOOC - no raw adjustments;



Adjusted raw before going into PS, tiny bit of saturation and contrast




PGD5 said:
Can you copy the Raw file, then 'clear development settings' Mark? That's the process with adobe raw editor anyway..
Indeed, in Capture One it is similar, what I meant with is that a raw file needs adjustments to make it into a photo, the SOOC shot is without any additional settings, just a JPEG conversion.
Thanks Mark. You had a stunning shot to start with. The finished product is excellent.

baz7175

3,551 posts

137 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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paul911 said:
Err shouldn't your camera be on that FG tripod Baz scratchchinbiggrin

That's also on my "to do" list too smile
It's owner would probably have taken exception to it...that's what I get for rushing up there at the last minute, but that being said it made some of the more distant pics where I used the tog in the framing of the sunset over the outer hebrides biggrin

Pupp

9,284 posts

198 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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RobDickinson said:
When someone asks me to post a raw with no processing next time I will post it as binary. biggrin


Southern Skies by robjdickinson, on Flickr
Just phenomenal! yes

paul911

2,770 posts

159 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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baz7175 said:
paul911 said:
Err shouldn't your camera be on that FG tripod Baz scratchchinbiggrin

That's also on my "to do" list too smile
It's owner would probably have taken exception to it...that's what I get for rushing up there at the last minute, but that being said it made some of the more distant pics where I used the tog in the framing of the sunset over the outer hebrides biggrin
laugh that would explain it then.
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markmullen

15,877 posts

160 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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Pupp said:
Just phenomenal! yes
Indeed, great shot.

leedogg3

302 posts

93 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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RobDickinson said:
When someone asks me to post a raw with no processing next time I will post it as binary. biggrin


Southern Skies by robjdickinson, on Flickr
Wow!, I find it impossible to comment anymore without swearing!!

jimmy156

3,080 posts

113 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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This car is an old Volvo that according to the owner had been left where it ended up after an accident decades ago.

I dont know exactly how long the car has been there but my parents assure me it was there before i was born, and that was 24 years ago.

Any of you who have driven through northchapel may know this car:


2012-09-27 by jimmyb156, on Flickr

mark387mw

2,060 posts

193 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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jimmy156 said:
This car is an old Volvo that according to the owner had been left where it ended up after an accident decades ago.

I dont know exactly how long the car has been there but my parents assure me it was there before i was born, and that was 24 years ago.

Any of you who have driven through northchapel may know this car:


2012-09-27 by jimmyb156, on Flickr
maybe one for this thread http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&a...

baz7175

3,551 posts

137 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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tim-b

1,262 posts

136 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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DibblyDobbler said:
E902717 said:

Hold on. by paul.bundy, on Flickr


New trainers by paul.bundy, on Flickr


120908-IMG_4707 by paul.bundy, on Flickr


120908-IMG_4722 by paul.bundy, on Flickr
Great set Paul - loving all of these thumbup
Me too, especially the 2nd one wink

tim-b

1,262 posts

136 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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crmcatee said:
Came across this car show by complete accident in Alberta.


CMAC6795 by CRMCATEE, on Flickr
Great subject and angle, but I think the B&W conversion would benefit from channel mixing to get more contrast between the car paintwork and the building behind - at the moment the tones almost blend in. Post a full-colour version if you're not sure what I mean, and I'll have a crack at it.

...Mole...

2,762 posts

117 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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baz7175 said:
Any time I see pictures of the highlands it makes me instantly want to go there. Wish i lived a bit further west!, stuck on the east coast because of job though.

Although it's only about 160 miles away so thats not much to complain about, infact i might make a trip to Loch Maree this saturday morning round the applecross peninsula and home.

baz7175

3,551 posts

137 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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...Mole... said:
Any time I see pictures of the highlands it makes me instantly want to go there. Wish i lived a bit further west!, stuck on the east coast because of job though.

Although it's only about 160 miles away so thats not much to complain about, infact i might make a trip to Loch Maree this saturday morning round the applecross peninsula and home.
I wish I only had 160 miles to drive to get there, the sooner time travel is publicly available the better smile

GetCarter

24,713 posts

205 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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Great light here today


Hooli

32,278 posts

126 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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baz7175 said:
...Mole... said:
Any time I see pictures of the highlands it makes me instantly want to go there. Wish i lived a bit further west!, stuck on the east coast because of job though.

Although it's only about 160 miles away so thats not much to complain about, infact i might make a trip to Loch Maree this saturday morning round the applecross peninsula and home.
I wish I only had 160 miles to drive to get there, the sooner time travel is publicly available the better smile
Snap. The Highlands is somewhere you can never go often enough.

baz7175

3,551 posts

137 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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Hooli said:
baz7175 said:
...Mole... said:
Any time I see pictures of the highlands it makes me instantly want to go there. Wish i lived a bit further west!, stuck on the east coast because of job though.

Although it's only about 160 miles away so thats not much to complain about, infact i might make a trip to Loch Maree this saturday morning round the applecross peninsula and home.
I wish I only had 160 miles to drive to get there, the sooner time travel is publicly available the better smile
Snap. The Highlands is somewhere you can never go often enough.
Myself and the other half usually get to Skye twice a year, we'd much prefer if that was switcheroo'd and we only got to Germany twice a year instead...

markmullen

15,877 posts

160 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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Add another one to the "I love the Highlands" club.

I even get wistful when the Discover Scotland adverts come on.

GetCarter

24,713 posts

205 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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markmullen said:
I even get wistful when the Discover Scotland adverts come on.
I don't, they never use my bloody music!

markmullen

15,877 posts

160 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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GetCarter said:
I don't, they never use my bloody music!
Lol, the Paul Mounsey tune they use is pretty good though, rest of the album is good too.

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