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    E. N.. T... :P RiderOnTheStorm's Avatar
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    I call photoshop fraud on that first one! That sky is too blue to be true!

    Nice ones. ^^ Where were they taken?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AwesomeCakes View Post
    I call photoshop fraud on that first one! That sky is too blue to be true!

    Nice ones. ^^ Where were they taken?
    I don't use photoshop, but my photos are shot in raw and developed in Lightroom. I just checked the first one's setting.

    Colour balance as per camera auto, no saturation boost, but a 15% general vibrancy boost (which might be the reason for the blue). I took down the blue luminance about 10% which darkened the sky. The lens had a circular polariser fitted which is probably why the deep blue. Strong late morning sunshine.

    Anyway.. The buffalo is in Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park, the mountain view is Going to Sun Road in Glacier National Park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AwesomeCakes View Post
    Why, thank you AvereX.



    awww...it's mostly cute. *blushes*

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    Ice Cream!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    I don't use photoshop, but my photos are shot in raw and developed in Lightroom. I just checked the first one's setting.

    Colour balance as per camera auto, no saturation boost, but a 15% general vibrancy boost (which might be the reason for the blue). I took down the blue luminance about 10% which darkened the sky. The lens had a circular polariser fitted which is probably why the deep blue. Strong late morning sunshine.
    LOL @ your at your attention to detail! Maybe I'd be twice as good a photographer if I paid half as much the attention you do.

    oRRR if I had paid a grand for a lens. That might do the trick as well.

    On a more serious note. Your attention to those details is something I admire and I take back my photoshop accusations.
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    I would just like to say something to AwesomeCakes; you're one very attractive young girl. :blushing:

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    Oh my@this thread.



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    -What are you talking about?
    -Endymion, my dear. A beautiful youth possessed by the moon.
    -Well, forget about him and get to bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AwesomeCakes View Post
    LOL @ your at your attention to detail! Maybe I'd be twice as good a photographer if I paid half as much the attention you do.

    oRRR if I had paid a grand for a lens. That might do the trick as well.

    On a more serious note. Your attention to those details is something I admire and I take back my photoshop accusations.
    Ha! It's not attention to detail.. Lightroom just puts a list of "developing" changes next to each photo for you to look at whenever you need to.

    :P All the buffalo and mountain shots are with the $50 lens that came with the camera.

    I love the way you catch the life in a subject though eg an animal. My shots are always.. hmm.. dispassionate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colmena View Post
    Oh my@this thread.



    of Salzberg!
    ZOMG! Did I misspell that?!

    *Fixed*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    I love the way you catch the life in a subject though eg an animal. My shots are always.. hmm.. dispassionate.
    Thank you. I get really into the moment. I look for emotion. You have to be quick, because it'll be gone faster than you can click.

    Dispassionate? I don't think so.

    Which brings me to this pic.

    "Awww" Taken at the Tiergarten Schönbrunn Zoo
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    I will post a couple more from my personal collection:


    Taken at Sandia Mountain outside Albuquerque this month. Titled this one "Golden Silence."



    My personal mascot (North Carolina Zoological Park)



    Bull Elk in Rocky Mountain National Park/Estes Park area earlier this year when I was in the Boulder area.



    Creepy picture for Halloween! Lumber River State Park in North Carolina. B&W for extra creepiness. Watch out for swamp monsters


    Fall colors changing over the water. Taken from my back deck. Usually take a collection as they change.



    Don't have the best long distance zoom, but this was taken during the last Lunar Eclipse. Love the red color!



    St. Paul's Cathedral in London. Was closed for a special event so didn't get to go up in side the dome. Planning to do that my next upcoming trip though.



    This guy read the "Alphabet of Manliness" and is proud of it. Taken at the NC Zoological park.

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