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jakd

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mgkdk

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Alok, that last one is just awesome!!
 

Alok

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Sir Stiggington

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Good to see something different from you as well Alok...and yet again, you don't dissapoint ;)
 

Sir Stiggington

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I really love that TopGearDog...the lack of colour makes it special...
 

the Interceptor

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Not the most brilliant piece in photographic history, but one that makes me a bit proud nonetheless: after much try and error, a nice shot of the full moon, done with my D40 and the measily, plasticy 55-200 VR (quite a good lens actually :p):

http://pic.armedcats.net/t/th/the_interceptor/2009/01/11/DSC_0003neu.jpg

This is a 100% crop with some sharpening and a bit more contrast. Focal length 200, aperture 8, exposure 1/200s, tripod, no VR.
 

Davetouch

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^ Yeah I know how you feel. Looks bland enough, but I was very happy when I got this with my 70-300 non-VR, handheld (and I have very shaky hands) whilst leaning out a loft window pointing the camera backwards over the roof :p Not as good as yours though :eek:

Anyway, my basic HDR of our shed.

 
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Sir Stiggington

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You have got to tell me how you did the post processing with the smoke...you took the saturation down, but I stuggle to see where that glowy look comes from...
 

nomix

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First time I'm posting in this thread for ages. Did a reportage on the local plod last night, kept me for 11 hours with domestic disturbance cases and so on.

Well, here's the suspect going into the cell. Enjoy.

http://img395.imageshack.**/img395/7234/new090111hbladpoliti570gh4.jpg

exif:
E-3, 14-54/2.8-3.5, f/2.8, ISO640, 1/25s, 14mm, custom WB, converted from RAW.

Edit: Speedtouch: I just read "basic HDR of our shed" and though "must be English". :D
 
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phuckingduck

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Local ferry offloading the last boat of the night.
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What's the best cheap/free program to use to organize and work with RAW files? Or should I just cave in and install the Nikon software that came with the camera?
 

MXM

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I think the general thought is that Nikon's capture nx is the best to convert NEF, but it's not as good or comfortable to use otherwise. Adobe camera raw is a decent alternative, and it's the same engine in the Lightroom.

Neither are cheap or free, though.
 
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