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    From a recent trip. I rather liked the way this one came out, but I'm open to suggestions for improvement. (Laurel Falls in the Smokies if anyone's interested)
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    The cotton candy effect of the water is about perfect. Overall, it seems like the white balance is off. It seems on the cold side. Plus, after that, you might want to up the saturation a bit.
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    I completely forgot about the response. Whoops.
    So, not bad for a p&s camera? As far as fixing the white balance and saturation, is Gimp still a good program to use, or are there alternatives?

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    Yeah, Gimp is solid. Obviously, Photoshop CS5 is better, but it's a ridiculous investment for a casual shooter. I did a quick edit and got this:



    And as far as that TrekPak Kickstarter... errr... those pins appear to be metal. Forget your lens cap, miss the right spot and set your lens on that? CRACK.
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    Re: The Official StrafeRight Photography Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by DennyCrane View Post
    Yeah, Gimp is solid. Obviously, Photoshop CS5 is better, but it's a ridiculous investment for a casual shooter. I did a quick edit and got this:

    *snip*

    And as far as that TrekPak Kickstarter... errr... those pins appear to be metal. Forget your lens cap, miss the right spot and set your lens on that? CRACK.
    Thanks Denny. I'll have to check that out on my monitor when I get home. I know the one I have here isn't set up right.

    I took the kickstarter thing off. It looks like a nice idea, but I can see some issues with it. But I hadn't thought of the one you brought up.

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    Just something I saw while in Oklahoma... Nothing fancy but I thought it was cool.

    Does anyone know what it means?

    Credit to JFluff for this amazing sig


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    I can has 5DIII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I can see myself heading in this direction if for nothing else, the video capabilities. The RED camera, right now, is the darling of the industry, but the fucktacular array of Canon lenses, plus lenses from Sigma and others make the DSLR a viable choice for video.
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