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    re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

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    Excellent. Who did the post on this one?


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    re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    Excellent. Who did the post on this one?

    I did the work on all of em and there aint much done. A circular polarizer does a lot on the camera end. The only changes post are the usual along with a good dose of contrast, clarity and sharpening. I don't know much about processing yet but I try to keep everything dialed way back to keep as close to what the scene actually looked like as I can. Cranking some of those sliders has some pretty cool effects but it doesn't represent the actual moment you tried to capture.

    The pic above and that fence picture are very close to what they looked like straight outta the camera.


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    re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsignarcher View Post
    I did the work on all of em and there aint much done. A circular polarizer does a lot on the camera end. The only changes post are the usual along with a good dose of contrast, clarity and sharpening. I don't know much about processing yet but I try to keep everything dialed way back to keep as close to what the scene actually looked like as I can. Cranking some of those sliders has some pretty cool effects but it doesn't represent the actual moment you tried to capture.

    The pic above and that fence picture are very close to what they looked like straight outta the camera.
    I always save the originals for the reason of seeing things the way they were but, nothing wrong with a little bracketing and merging them together to really see everything! I don't think bracketing is cheating but yeah... all the other stuff definitely is but, I like the WOW factor!

    Pictures taken before/after/during fly fishing:
    http://dcabarle.smugmug.com/Sports/F...79119552_XXeHe

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    re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

    Quote Originally Posted by dcabarle View Post
    I always save the originals for the reason of seeing things the way they were but, nothing wrong with a little bracketing and merging them together to really see everything! I don't think bracketing is cheating but yeah... all the other stuff definitely is but, I like the WOW factor!
    I agree. Ive got nothing against HDR photos and think they look pretty damn cool in most cases. Ill definitely get to messing around with it more but vacation and family type pics need a lighter touch for sure.

    Ive got a bracket of that fence if you want it. Would be cool to see what you do with it.


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    re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsignarcher View Post
    I don't know much about processing yet but I try to keep everything dialed way back to keep as close to what the scene actually looked like as I can. Cranking some of those sliders has some pretty cool effects but it doesn't represent the actual moment you tried to capture.
    The pic above and that fence picture are very close to what they looked like straight outta the camera.
    Amen brother. I want to see what it looked like if I was standing there, not what someone else thinks it should look like.
    Very nice.


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    re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

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    Re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

    wind river canyon, wedding of the waters.

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    Re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

    guide in training

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    guides don't forget their hats though


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    Re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

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    guides don't forget their hats though
    Looks more like the kid is a model for Urban Outfitters. Maybe he can get a summer job............


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    Got up at sunrise one morning to shoot ross lake. I had been messing around with night shots the evening before and had the lens set to manual and never put it back. I got a few nearly in focus shots, but maaaan that hurt.


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    Re: Let's see some of your best Fly Fishing pics

    Ohhhh man, I guess I didn't rotate the circular polarizer either thats why the sky is two different colors. Sheesh.

    Later in the day I was getting fish pics with the kids in torrey creek and some how had the exposure compensation dial bumped nearly two stops up. I blew out some great shots.


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