Process my RAW!

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Dorkington Regular Member • Posts: 355
Re: Process my RAW!

Sal Baker wrote:

Another shot at it. Iridient and Nik

Sal

Excellent.

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johanPO New Member • Posts: 13
Re: Process my RAW!

A quick lightroom edit

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Charles2 Veteran Member • Posts: 3,690
Re: Process my RAW!

I found that sharpening of the lightning made the sky darker than desired. So I laid the sharpened version over the predecessor image and made a composite by lightening (Picture Window Pro working on a TIFF from Fuji Raw File Converter).

_Michel_ Veteran Member • Posts: 4,611
Changing a bit the mood

See full size for best result

All the best, Michel

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hamed Forum Member • Posts: 58
processed in Photomatix Pro and sharpened in lr5

Hope you'll like it

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NZ Scott Veteran Member • Posts: 4,131
Can you legally copyright somebody else's photo?
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_Michel_ wrote:

See full size for best result

Why did you put a copyright mark on somebody else's photo?

S

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hamed Forum Member • Posts: 58
Re: Hope you'll like it.

Just a Photographer wrote:

Done in Capture One Pro 7

PS. there is some serious dust on the left side of your sensor. Two large spots, which needs to be wet cleaned. I'll cleaned it of on the picture, but it was pretty visible.

sorry i post my processed photo here

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hamed Forum Member • Posts: 58
processed in Photomatix Pro and sharpened in lr5

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StevenScholten Regular Member • Posts: 180
Re: with Dcraw / Photivo

oginal looks sharper then this downgraded JPG

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jl_smith Veteran Member • Posts: 3,720
LR should be just fine for this shot.

Too many people focus on sharpness for every photo. This photo has nothing to do with sharpness.

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_Michel_ Veteran Member • Posts: 4,611
Re: Can you legally copyright somebody else's photo?

Wanted to show that it is not my pict but a pict by hellocrowley. Should have wrote "pict by hellocrowley"probably

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Re: Can you legally copyright somebody else's photo?

_Michel_ wrote:

Wanted to show that it is not my pict but a pict by hellocrowley. Should have wrote "pict by hellocrowley"probably

Oh, it's HIS name. I thought you stuck your own one on there.

My bad.

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bowportes Senior Member • Posts: 2,791
Re: Process my RAW!

Here's one from Silkypix Develop Studio Pro 6:

Silkypix. No additional post-processing.

And here's another... also just from Silkypix, but with additional Silkypix sharpening applied.

Silkypix -- with additional Silkypix sharpening

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Ryanmoe Junior Member • Posts: 28
Re: Process my RAW!

PhotoNinja only

bowportes Senior Member • Posts: 2,791
Re: Process my RAW!

Ryanmoe wrote:

PhotoNinja only

I'm not saying that Silkypix is better than PN, but I much prefer my Silkypix rendering to your photo ninja one. To my tastes, lifting the shadows as much as you do detracts from the drama of the lightening and also produces an unnatural, overprocessed look. There are over-sharpening artifacts in the sky on your rendering, and also in the buildings on the ground. And the over-sharpening produces no additional details. Take a look at the fancy building to the right of the bright yellow light in both your PN image and my second SP image. Mine provides greater detail without the obvious processing artifacts.

I think you could do much better with PN on this one if you'd turn off the "smart lighting," which I imagine was imposed to even out the photo. For an image like this, you want to preserve the stark contrast between darker and lighter areas rather than flattening them.

My opinion, anyway.

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bowportes Senior Member • Posts: 2,791
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Here's one a bit more like your PN rendering from Silkypix.  You can certainly see more details in the city, but I like the earlier one I posted better.

Silkypix - alternate rendering

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bowportes Senior Member • Posts: 2,791
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And a final Silkypix one, different color rendering:

last silkypix -- still too light, in my opinion

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bowportes Senior Member • Posts: 2,791
Re: Process my RAW!

johanPO wrote:

A quick lightroom edit

I really like your colors. Unfortunately, your sharpening yields double-lines and unnatural outlines on most everything in the photo.

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bowportes Senior Member • Posts: 2,791
Re: Process my RAW!

Sal Baker wrote:

Another shot at it. Iridient and Nik

Sal

difficult to assess when you've reduced the size of the image...

Nice colors.

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bowportes Senior Member • Posts: 2,791
Re: Process my RAW!

bowportes wrote:

Sal Baker wrote:

Another shot at it. Iridient and Nik

Sal

difficult to assess when you've reduced the size of the image...

Nice colors.

This is what I get by reducing the Silkypix image size by 50% in Irfanview:

Silkypix is not bad. Yours is better.  It would take a lot of fiddling in SP to improve it further.

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