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Thanks. I processed it with Topaz Adjust and/or Topaz Detail. I've recently started taking notes, at least sporadically, about my processing, but I hadn't started doing so in August when I took and processed this shot. I just know I had recently bought the Topaz suite and used it on this set, sometimes combining two effects. So you're right in that it is HDR-like, but not really HDR.
Thanks again. And while you didn't ask, about the processing for this shot, in case anyone is interested I went much more basic than with the sunset shot above it. I believe I used nothing but Aperture, plus maybe a Noise reduction in Photoshop.
Sat 24-Oct-09 06:30 PM | edited Sat 24-Oct-09 06:40 PM by Beatkat
A shot from the field at my daughters High School, (that's her stretching her calf on the bench #54)As the sun was going down with that golden light...fall colors in New England dotted with the brilliant school colors of red and white... Shot on "vivid" for saturation...cropped, slightly sharpened....
ISO 400 F5.3 55-200VR @ 160mm .67EV exp. bias Multi segment metering
was at the park after our first frost...the leaves were dropping right and left...when I got back to my vehicle the leaves had covered bout half the windshield... Nikon D40 capture Nx 1.3 for noise Raw converted to jpg 1/320 f8 1600 iso (which i recently found out is set in the custom setting default-so it overrode my 200 setting-it thought needed the extra iso...
This one was taken in San Antonio in October at an Audubon sanctuary. The bushes were almost alive with the large number of monarchs and other colorful butterflies. I wish I had my macro, but I only had my zoom.
Taken with a: D40 19-70 mm zoom at f/5.6, 1/640 with an ISO of 400.
I wish it was my garden! I live in the Midwest now, but was visiting my parents in Texas when I shot this photo. The weather was gorgeous and everything was still in bloom! Thanks for the nice comments!
This is a Grey Crowned Crane, taken at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin. This guy has a very fancy hair do. Unfortunately, all of the cranes are behind fences, which accounts for the slight crosshatch pattern on the photo.
Taken with: D40 with a 18-70 mm zoom, f/6.3, 1/400 with an ISO of 200.
OK. One more. This was taken at the Chicago Botanic Garden this summer. This was shot in the middle of the day, from the ground up. I was worried about shooting at noon, but it actually turned out nice with the sun blotted out by one of the flowers.
D40 Sigma 10-20 mm wide angle, shot at f/14, 1/200 with ISO 200.
Stourhead, Wiltshire UK, is one of the National Trust properties. A period house and beautiful gardens with a lake. Taken in October this year. Nikon D40x, 1/160sec, f11, ISO 100, Auto WB, EV -0.3, UV filter. Lens 18-200VR Nikkor.
Just going back and looking at my early summer pictures when I first started using an DSLR. Unfortunately this is the only one that is decent from this trip and thought I might post it here. Attachment#1 (jpg file)