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  • kscoxie
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    Nicely done.

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  • Stephen M
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    Peter, if you are new to colour evaluation - perhaps try my humble article:

    http://members.ozemail.com.au/~binar...valuation.html

    before moving onto the masterwork by Dan Margulis:

    http://www.ledet.com/margulis/PP7_Ch02_ByTheNumbers.pdf

    If your eyes or monitor or viewing conditions do not show a colour caste - the files numbers will.

    Stephen Marsh.

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  • peterdove
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    Thanks for the tip - I just tried that now and it looked quite nice - just did an auto-color on it and it did quite a good job.

    Again - tutorials... one day I will get some done.

    Peter

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  • Mike Needham
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    Great job on the recovery. The only thing I may be tempted to do is make a selection of the top 1/3rd of the image (where the blue light is strongest) and make another selective colour change, trying to knock some of the blue out of the image.

    Still, I did'nt think the re-emergence of the focus would be so dramatic, good work.

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  • peterdove
    started a topic Low light recoverey

    Low light recoverey

    Hi All,

    Me again. I set the D100 up to take some pictures of me riding with a friend behind the lens. It was a Tokina 28-80 F2.8 Lens, ISO set to 1250 and shutter speed at 125.

    Well one thing I got wrong was the shutter speed - a little blur and a lot of noise because of the high ISO. Also we have VERY orange lights in our arena.

    Fortunately I think I managed to recover it, have a look at the before and after and let me know what you think.

    Before
    http://www.soleyphotos.com/images/te...048_before.jpg

    After
    http://www.soleyphotos.com/images/tests/DSC_0048.jpg


    Cheers

    Peter
    Last edited by peterdove; 01-03-2003, 04:35 PM.
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