Discussion in 'User Created Art' started by Alchemist, May 27, 2009.
Here are some more shots from around town...
love "red"...nice job mate!
nice pics there....
Yeah, the red one is awesome.. How'd you get the background grey'd out?
I love the Waterfall lolcats. I think that was amazingly done! ^_^
I loved the toad! Great work!
photoshop does wonders
Well only part photoshop. I had my camera set to only show the colour red, photoshop was used to get rid of the red things in the background.
WOW i guess my shitty camera dosent have such option?
That is so awesome! You have a camera from the future dont you ¬_¬
lol this is mine Click
I like the tree.
I like it! Best of the 4 I think. Personally I would take shots in full colour in the camera, then you can add maskes, remove colours etc in editing later - that gives you the full shot to work with - the same is for black and white, take a colour shot then edit in editing.
I like the use of selective colouring in this shot to help hide away the background and show up the rose in more detail - you could also try blurring the background in camera - though you would have to move the rose so that the background was a lot further away and then shoot - that would natually blur the background and make it less attentiongrabbing whilst allowing it to remain in colour
you wasted a good cricket on a frog - and didn't take photos of the cricket????
As for flash interesting to hear, generally I have seen repitls pay no attention to flash at all, frogs similar, the flash didn't bother them - my lens and feet though did.
I like the shot - good and close, though your focus has caught is back rather than eyes - eyes are important. I guess in that shot he was moving forward which made things tricky!
Tripod tripod tripod - I like the shot as you have a good exposure for a longer shutter speed. Often these shots are done in the evening when light is softer, though they can work during the day if you get a good amount of shade. But you need a good steady support
Trees are hard to compose - really hard I find
And er -- your camera is tilting again
Good works alchy!
Sometimes it is too much work to just use photoshop that's why I use that setting. And since it has that setting might as well use it.
Bah on the cricket, the toad is priority. Yeah, I was trying to get his eyes to be the focus but he was not very cooperative.
I believe you have said all you can about my tilted angles, they will not stop! muahaha
I like the toad.
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