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A flower posted by TG-J (Admin) July 22, 2011 05:39AM reply | quote
posted by TG-J

a poppy. thanks for looking.
Re: A flower posted by oliver tudoras July 23, 2011 02:56AM reply | quote
posted by oliver tudoras

love those colours agains the blue BG

a feast 4 my eyes

cheer

oliver

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"some people make the world special just by being in it "
Re: A flower posted by jffoto July 23, 2011 06:20AM reply | quote
posted by jffoto
I love the colors too Tony.

Jørgen
[www.jffoto.dk]
Re: A flower posted by DLutz July 23, 2011 10:34AM reply | quote
posted by DLutz

Great colors captured here, sort of a "Bugs Eye View" shot very well done!

--Daniel

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Re: A flower posted by Mamaoval July 23, 2011 11:53AM reply | quote
posted by Mamaoval

Just LOVE it!

Sydney
Re: A flower posted by RichB July 23, 2011 08:48PM reply | quote
posted by RichB

Tony,

O -- for Spring again in the North. Beautiful and a great perspecive.

Rich
Re: A flower posted by TG-J (Admin) July 23, 2011 09:18PM reply | quote
posted by TG-J

Thank you all for your comments. This was shot with Fuji S5. The interesting thing was I tried processing it first in Adobe camera raw but could not maintain good color detail in the sunlight petals, so I reprocessed the Raw file in the Fuji software. As a comparison here is the file processed in ACR. Just as a matter of interest.
Rich we are just moving into Spring, the Magpies are just starting to swoop, they always get a little angsty in mating season.
Re: A flower posted by Duh_Vinci July 24, 2011 02:39AM reply | quote
posted by Duh_Vinci

Love the unique perspective and the vibrance of colors!

Interesting you mentioned the Adobe Raw processing, I too have some "beef" with it sometimes. For Nikon D200 I have to go under the camera setting tab, and select the camera setting I shot at from the drop down box, otherwise as you said, color rendering is very different. For Pentax, I have to save files in Pentax software in TIFF first to maintain the colors and overall tones.

Regards,
D
Re: A flower posted by morph22 July 24, 2011 06:23AM reply | quote
posted by morph22

I agree, the colors are wonderful, nice perspective.

- otto k
[www.ottokphotography.com]
Re: A flower posted by TG-J (Admin) July 24, 2011 10:32PM reply | quote
posted by TG-J

Thank you Otto. Thanks D. D I have a set of settings that I wrote for the D200 that plugin to ACR that sorta simulate the Fuji Film settings on the S5. From Portrait to Velvia. I have always used the Fuji's & Nikons together and have always preferred the fuji colors. If you would like to try them send me a private message with your email & I will beam them over. That goes to anyone else with a D200 and ACR. These were written for CS3 but I'm sure they would work on latter CS's and Lightroom.tony
Re: A flower posted by Crabcakes July 25, 2011 03:54AM reply | quote
posted by Crabcakes

Lovely Tony. I think I can see the color differences....sort of.....maybe....

Johnny Crabcakes

"Failure is the key to success;
Each mistake teaches us something."
--Morihei Ueshiba

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