let me take a stab at this cuttooth a min of 5 to 7 minute exposure with some HDR to bring out the contrast on the rock to the shoreline huh huh do i get a cookie ...lmoa btw i love both shoot as always sweet
hehe..definitely A LOT of tonemapping for this one. not really happy on how it turned out. i used a fisheye but ended up cropping quite a bit so i should've just used the 10-22. although the shot did do well on dpchallenge so was happy about that.
Lol sometime we are,,are worst critics...but your location makes for some great images that always look great ,like myself I look forward going back to the islands to withness some beatuiful views like yours ...keep up the work ,you make people like myself to push forward and work hardered
really like the processing. the colors are great.
Originally Posted by RFanthony
i love the view of your pics cuttooth, and great editing skills!
btw, what's your body+lens+accessories setup, if you don't mind me asking that is.
thanks guys for the very kind words.
i have 50D with a timer remote. most shots are with a 10-22 or 24-105. i did just pick up a tokina 11-16 but waiting for my friend to bring it back from cali next week.
for filters, the ones i use most are the B&W 10 stop ND and CPL. also have various cokin flat filters.
yea i caught Him like this in the shoots. .he very happy and start semi clawing and purring like a honda civic lol .....but yea sometime i take my camera on days i dont play and bring a large party..I just coach on those days and film...there experience
heah cuttooth the cokin filter system you use in your opinion are they worth buying vs doing some of the effect on post ive seen system like those in the past and always thought they give some type of distortion on the end of the lens barrel similar to some lens hood ive use in the past
here a example of what im talking about with a hood lens
i like the cokin system. it's well made and decently inexpensive. if you get the z-pro system, you won't get any vignetting since the filters are large enough.
unfortunately,i have the P system so i do get vignetting on any wide end. what i end up doing is just holding the filter by itself up against the front of the lens. that works fine.
the one thing with cheaper filters like these is that you get color casts when stacking them. but that's easily corrected in post.
Yea that pretty much what happen on that shot it was kits lens and wide open at around 18mm that when vignetting happens if I bring it to around 24mm or so it thosnt happen as much or not...cool I'm going to look into fliter kit in the future