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    This is actually a old picture from a ps camera, i might of over did the contrast any comments or suggestions are welcome
    This is an open thread, please feel free to post your pictures but just make sure to include a before and after

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuff352 View Post
    This is actually a old picture from a ps camera, i might of over did the contrast any comments or suggestions are welcome
    This is an open thread, please feel free to post your pictures but just make sure to include a before and after
    I like your pp. As you say, maybe a bit too much contrast or sharpening (hard to tell with size). Okay, here goes (not the greatest photo but a good one to run a test):

    Original

    Auto levels

    My post-processing attempt:

    And, a little tweaking by a friend:
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    Okay, I just realized this was in the landscape forum (my mistake for clicking on the "new" button). If anyone wants me to remove, please let me know. My apologies.
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    its okay, there is a bit of landscape in the picture. I like the background in the auto level but i like the way you brought out the shark in yours. Have you tried to combine them (using layers)?

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    (moderator mode) I have moved this thread to this forum for I think it is about Post Processing. Strictly speaking the OP should not have posted these images as they are not related to the 4/3rds system.(moderator mode off)
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    Henk,

    Thanks for moving the thread and sorry for mucking up the original thread. BTW, I would love to slip by on this one, but without thinking I also posted shots from my Oly 5050 (because that is what I ran the tests on using techniques I learned in a DVD on photoshop work). Sorry, I just saw the thoughts about post-processing and got too excited. At least I stayed in the gene pool.

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    It's ok for now just remember the rules next time
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuff352 View Post
    its okay, there is a bit of landscape in the picture. I like the background in the auto level but i like the way you brought out the shark in yours. Have you tried to combine them (using layers)?
    I agree, the autolevels image is really surprisingly good. I've found the feature rather useless before. I too would like to see that one and your version combined. Great work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mick_finn View Post
    I agree, the autolevels image is really surprisingly good. I've found the feature rather useless before. I too would like to see that one and your version combined. Great work!
    I will try that and, if I haven't been banned, will post the results. It will be a little while, I have to help my better half with her art for a little bit.....which means less photo time for me.
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    This was taken last month during my trip to Fairbanks, AK:

    ISO 400, 14mm, f/2.8, 30 sec exposure

    First PS attempt:



    I've really had difficulty knowing how to best use PS to enhance my photos taken of the aurora.

    Yvonne

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeshareVon View Post
    This was taken last month during my trip to Fairbanks, AK:

    ISO 400, 14mm, f/2.8, 30 sec exposure

    First PS attempt:



    I've really had difficulty knowing how to best use PS to enhance my photos taken of the aurora.

    Yvonne
    I can't see the photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tspore View Post
    I can't see the photos.

    Mmmm I don't know why or what to do. They are there for me, and in your quoted response to my post. Weird

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeshareVon View Post
    Mmmm I don't know why or what to do. They are there for me, and in your quoted response to my post. Weird
    It is quite possible that your yahoo account does not allow hot linking or else the photos that you are trying to post may not be public as I get forbidden access when attempting to view the pictures when everything after .jpg is removed from the URL. It is understandable that you can view the pics because you are logged in to your yahoo account, but no one else can see them.

    Check this site for further information.

    http://edublogs.org/forums/topic.php?id=494
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