Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by MrWillyWonka, 9 Feb 2008.
Yes. If you need JPG, then shoot RAW+JPG.
those two dots are dust on the sensor - you'll need to clean it using a blower. although, don't bother until there are more.
I liked pics #4 & #6 - i'd crop #6 about halfway = Cheesecake for me anyway.
#4 has huge potential, excellent scene, but it's too bright on the right - even tho it's not a perfect shot it still looks really good - you've gotta go back there and try again!
I thought major's version was the best with the dark pic, just major's was too bright i reckon - i prefer something like this:
It's still a little bit of a dark and depressing pic, but looks good this way i think anyway.
Just go back and take some more of #4, that lake pwns
Cheers for that, I would go back there but I sorta forgot where it is. I just drove randomly with my girlfriend to a spot deep in the New Forest. It's not a lake, it's just a very large puddle from the rain we had last week. Will have to see if it's still there!
Well here is another attempt with the "Puddle" picture. I like it in sharpened a lot in B&W also. Think it's a lot better than my previous attemp, heh.
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