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    big picture Thread. post big ones in here!!

    told you... had to break the 800x600 rule for this so figured why not keep one thread going where big photos go, all others elsewhere conform to the rule as normal...just to keep the place tidy

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    Big, you say?

    A quick panoramic of my local reservoir. Pretty much straight out the camera & stitched (4 images)... That's my cousin on the far left of the frame ^_^



    Liking your shot Shiato... Have found it very hard to capture mist properly so far

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    Well, I won't take the piss with the full 25,000 pixel wide version, but have this smaller version instead...


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    lovely pictures guys.

    shiato that one is stunning, not easy to capture that kind of scene in my experience. i think it may benefit from a bit of a sharpen though?

    here's one from france last summer, taken at f8 1/1000 on sigma 70-300 APO @ 300mm. save for web appears to have had is wicked occasional oversaturating way again, grrrr.

    Last edited by noah; 22-01-2006 at 02:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noahhowes
    save for web appears to have had is wicked occasional oversaturating way again, grrrr.

    Even though everyone was telling me that I either couldn't do anything about it, or that there was no issue, i've figured this one out. Your D70 will be shooting with a colour profile of some description (personally, I use Adobe RGB (II)... But tinternet etc... doesn't give a flying fook for colour profiles. Ignores them = wrong colours. The solution is simple, just convert your image to working RGB in PS.

    Hey presto! Colours appear much more "as they should be" even on tinternet.

    Now everyone just needs calibrated monitors ¬_¬

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    ok, if we are going for large images heres one i stitched together. I should really have a play around with the RAW files and stitch it again, but there are something like 27 of them



    this is at 10% too

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    That is very cool

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    would actually work much better as two images, i think i could adjust the brightness of the Fourth Road Bridge better if i split them. Will have to get round to playing sometime....

    Hardly had time to play with anything recently.

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    WOW!! great images guys... I think starting this thread was a good idea then. Keep them coming!!

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    I won't take the piss with the full 25,000 pixel wide version
    yes, thank you for that
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    'nother one
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    i like that one. might look good with cropping out the benches an a little of the sky to make it longer too.

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    Nice Shiato, although I find the blue tarps distracting

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    ah ha...have cloned out the nastyness about the place, left the tables and chairs in though
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    Woooo

    Much cleaner - as you say, the benches are nice though, especially with the light on em'

    I like. Whereabouts?

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    weston-super-mare, standing on Knightstone next to the marine lake (hence the fence you can see there)...taken last july i believe
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