DPP, Lightroom and Photo Ninja, samples

Started Mar 29, 2013 | Discussions thread
aftab
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Re: DPP, Lightroom and Photo Ninja, samples
In reply to salamander1, Apr 8, 2013

salamander1 wrote:

aftab wrote:

salamander1 wrote:

could you send me a raw file of your bridge picture? (the first in the series)

since such is the nature of this thread i'd like to see what i can do with it too in lightroom.

only if you wish, of course, and whenever you can, if you feel comfortable about it.  don't feel obligated. thank you.

No problem, hereit is. Please let us know how you went.

Please, note that the picture can be processed further. For example blue in the sky can be enhanced or other color adjustments can be made. I just wanted to show what you can achieve in few seconds with PN. I would be really interested to see if you can get that 3D look in the trees with LR.

Thanks.

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okay, here is my take on your  famous bridge.  very nice picture by the way.

hope you like this rentition. thanks for being a good sport.

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Thanks for doing this. I like it. Shows a picture can be processed in different ways with pleasant results. We are spoiled by the modern processors' capabilities.

Now, regarding detail. A side by side comparison of your version (LR) and mine (PN). 100% crops.

Now you can see what I meant. Leaves look mushy in your example. The PN bridge appear to have more detail too (look at the railing). These crops are from smaller versions we posted, difference would be more obvious if we looked at 100% crops from the original. This is exactly what I found when I tried.

Thanks again for trying and posting.

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