What did you shoot or post-process? (June 13 - June 19)

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clickclack Senior Member • Posts: 1,168
What did you shoot or post-process? (June 13 - June 19)
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What did you shoot or post-process the past two weeks?

Any number of images is allowed. Any Nikon camera is allowed. Just stay nice to each other, as you would in real life.

When quoting, consider not repeating the same images to avoid unnecessary scrolling.

Beginner or pro, doesn't matter. This thread is about enjoying photography and perhaps getting constructive feedback - never too late to learn!

OP clickclack Senior Member • Posts: 1,168
Gnome in the forest
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Jon in Thailand
Jon in Thailand Regular Member • Posts: 344
Re: -- What did you shoot --
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Both photos are from the jungle.

One of the abused/abandoned jungle

dogs I've cared for over the last 8 years.

12 year old D300, 13 year old Nikkor 17-55 2.8.

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Collapsed concrete walking bridge is slowly

decaying and falling down. I still cross it

going both ways. Knee deep water.

There's blood suckers in there

plus  cobras and pythons.

This's my office 

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-- Deep Jungle -- Large Swamp --

-- Decaying Concrete Walking Bridge - - Deep Jungle, Large Swamp --

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dog house riley Senior Member • Posts: 1,227
Wabash river.
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Just getting out to enjoy spring. river down to normal level.

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Dbltfarmer
Dbltfarmer Contributing Member • Posts: 831
Re: What did you shoot or post-process? (June 13 - June 19)
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Just some birds at a roadside park.

This picture was taken with my D850 with the 500pf.  The coloring and look was what the image looked like straight out of the camera.

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goosel
goosel Senior Member • Posts: 1,901
Older difficult Pics while trying C1-20
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sinkas Senior Member • Posts: 1,571
Foggy Morning
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Regards Daryl

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Roadk9 Regular Member • Posts: 106
The big tree, and the news
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My grandson Nigel is 6ft tall. Sitting in the tree next to his little brother he seems small. This is one big tree. It is in downtown St Petersburg. next to the Art Museum. The other pic is gs Caden checking out the paper boy.

Caden getting tips from a pro.

One big tree

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Carl Laury
St Petersburg, FL
Z 7 & D800 owner coming from D3300 and before that N70 and N6006

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Roadk9 Regular Member • Posts: 106
Re: -- What did you shoot --

You certainly win the award for most dangerous abode. It is kind of enticing though, being just a few steps from kingdom come everyday. Makes for good pictures and an appreciation of them.

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Carl Laury
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Jon in Thailand
Jon in Thailand Regular Member • Posts: 344
Re: -- What did you shoot --
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Roadk9 wrote:

You certainly win the award for most dangerous abode. It is kind of enticing though, being just a few steps from kingdom come everyday. Makes for good pictures and an appreciation of them.

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Thanks for your words Carl.

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I am simply a Jungle Journalist.

In my flickr site there's a few thousand

photos of what I do with text included.

Some photos tell a better story then others.

Overall it's easy to follow along the dog saga

that has been taking place for many years now.

There's 3000+ wild primates that reside here too

and they are a constant problem. Due to the fact

I carry a lot of food for the abused and abandoned

animals the primates are always trying to bite me to

get the food. This isn't once in awhile but it is constantly.

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A place not for the faint of heart or for a weak stomach !

A place where your first mistake will most likely be your

very last mistake. A place where I feel comfortable.

This is the life of a Jungle Journalist, my office ;-)-

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- 31/2 meter python in my left hand. Camera in my rt hand while walking backwards saving the dog.

_ Typical day at the office - D300, 17-55 2.8 -

- My jungle office - 14 yr old Honda 125cc, homemade sidecar -

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1971_M5
1971_M5 Veteran Member • Posts: 7,439
Duwamish River
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OP clickclack Senior Member • Posts: 1,168
Re: Duwamish River

Wow, love the wide angle!

1971_M5
1971_M5 Veteran Member • Posts: 7,439
Re: Older difficult Pics while trying C1-20

Cool.  Interesting.  I have also downloaded C1-20 "for Nikon" -- and it seems to be pretty good.  The workflow is easy/efficient.  I have also been using ACR (lite) embedded in PSE14 fo about 10 years (along with dabblig in RT and Affinity Photo).  I will say that ACR-lite has much better shadow enhancement than C1 -- with ACR having an emphasis on lifting the "shadow" areas ONLY -- whereas C1 tends to brighten the entire image.  Also, ACR has "haze removal" (C1 does not).  The ACR "haze removal" is almost better than using a polarizer.  It is all very interesting... similar to other software programs for business -- unfortunately there doesn't seem to be "the one" application that provides everything you want... and each program has it "warts" to deal wih.  Plus, RAW settings/tweaks made with one editor cannot be ported (as far as I know) to a "competitor" program since there is no mechanism (translator) for "converintg" the file/profile settings.  Everything is proprietary.  There have even been times where I've done the RAW processing in one tool, exported/save a JPEG, and then opened the JPEG in another editor -- and the colors are all messed-up.  On a JPEG.  Weird.  Fun!

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1971_M5
1971_M5 Veteran Member • Posts: 7,439
Re: Older difficult Pics while trying C1-20

... and all of the tools I mentioned are better than View-NX and Capture NX-D (in my opinion).

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goosel
goosel Senior Member • Posts: 1,901
Re: Older difficult Pics while trying C1-20

best haze removal is IMO in DXO.
C1 is good and now with Nikon-Flat a good color match up with nikons own. Nice are the layers.

goosel
goosel Senior Member • Posts: 1,901
haze removal in C1

done using three masked layers. Need to still fine my process.

DAVID MANZE Veteran Member • Posts: 6,173
Re: Older difficult Pics while trying C1-20
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Both images D500 AF-S 600 F4E .......... 1/2500 F4.5

https://www.flickr.com/photos/124690178@N08/

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1971_M5
1971_M5 Veteran Member • Posts: 7,439
GBH & Ducks
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Nice!

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Thoughts R Us
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Re: Foggy Morning

This is a really beautiful photo...has a very painting-like quality.

1971_M5
1971_M5 Veteran Member • Posts: 7,439
Re: Duwamish River

Thank-you, Sir. The picture was feeling a little "funny" so I went back and added 0.5 degree of CW rotation to level things out. Should have caught that the first time. One thing that really bugs me is landscape shots that aren't "level" - or maybe all this concern about straight and level is simply a Dutch thing?

0.5 degree of CW rotation

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