#1. "RE: Blue night" | In response to Reply # 0racepics Nikonian since 02nd Jan 2005Sat 23-Aug-08 12:27 PM
Hello Sten, very nice color and so much detail in the rocks. Tkx for the file.
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#4. "RE: Blue night" | In response to Reply # 3stenrasmussen Registered since 19th May 2006Mon 25-Aug-08 05:49 AM
The Sigma 10-20 is great. I have since the shot sold my copy of the lens as my main camera now is the D3 and I use my D2H and D200 for IR work only. The Sigma in question is not so good for IR work as it has a bad habit of producing a hot spot in the images.
I use PTLens to correct distortion. I first use NX2 or ACR to open and adjust my raw-files. Then I save as TIFF and open this file in PTLens to get correction sorted. Saving as TIFF in PTLens enables me to keep vital file details for my subsequent processing which I do mainly in CS3.