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Old 08-02-2008, 01:23 PM
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I like #9...nice shot.

However, ur pics r a bit bluish. IMHO it should've been something like this.

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i think the blueish is due to the WB setting... Tungsten?

anyway... all shots are sharp and good framing!
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i think the blueish is due to the WB setting... Tungsten?

anyway... all shots are sharp and good framing!
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The more reason we have to correct it during PP.

Whatever settings we set in camera, is Pre Processed and will be embedded onto the pic (assuming one is using JPEG) and if the outcome is not satisfactory (in most cases, yes)........then we Post Processed (PP).

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Very sharp pics! Equipment used?
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The more reason we have to correct it during PP.

Whatever settings we set in camera, is Pre Processed and will be embedded onto the pic (assuming one is using JPEG) and if the outcome is not satisfactory (in most cases, yes)........then we Post Processed (PP).

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I do agree PP is very important, different ppl have defferent taste, IMHO, your version a bit over saturated for me.
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Very nice captures. Your timing is perfect. But you have to take care of the white balance. Check and adjust again with further PP.
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I do agree PP is very important, different ppl have defferent taste, IMHO, your version a bit over saturated for me.
Agree its according to taste......but still we have to adjust WB. In that pic I merely adjusted the WB.....the saturation was from the original pic. I just want to show the WB was a bit off....but wouldn't want to interfere anything else.

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I like #9...nice shot.

However, ur pics r a bit bluish. IMHO it should've been something like this.

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wah such drastic difference! how to correct this colour cast ah master zamrudku??
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wah such drastic difference! how to correct this colour cast ah master zamrudku??
Most of the time, DSLR will somehow record a certain amount of blue cast onto the pic......it will be even more prominent if one is not too careful about the WB settings during execution of the shot.

With this in mind.........I manually adjusted them in PS. Once lifted it's like basically lifting a haze over the pic....thus popping out the true colors underneath.

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