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Fish Creek Park (2023-11-03)
1/1000s, f/7.1, ISO 320
RF 100-500mm lens at 500mm on Canon R5
Edited in LR, denoised and sharpened in Topaz Photo AI
Went to wolf dog sanctuary today , this black wolf was quite far away but was my favourite image ISO 500 400mm f5.6 1/800
Here is a photo that was taken recently in the Spray valley. The first is the original photo while the second is close to what I envisioned the photo to look like in black and white. I invite responses as to what you don’t like or do like about the second photo. The photo was taken at 1/500 sec, f5.6, ISO-200 with a focal length of 100mm.
I like how the black and white version really dramatizes the sky and the reflection.
Very Ansel Adams! Great image Jim.
Istanbul – Basilica Cistern underneath the old city. In this shot there was only white light and the second shot has the same location but with coloured lights.
Both taken with an iphone.
Top picture is supposed to be rotated to the right.
Apologies, second picture is upside down.
Bow River at Sunset
Fish Creek Park (2023-11-03)
1/8000s, f 1.6, ISO 100
EF 85mm lens on a Canon R5
Edited in LR and sharpened in Topaz Sharpen AI
More shadows, this time on the Weaselhead bridge. ISO 200, f/14, 1/200. Applied 50% warm dramatization filter in Apple Photos., I like how the colour of my wife’s jacket almost matches the bridge colour.
Shadows and reflections in Confederation Park. ISO 200, f/14, 1/30.
Trying again to see if I can get the orientation of this picture correct.
Hopefully right side up this time.
attempt at composite from 2 images
I was playing with shadows earlier this year (spring). Here is a ‘skiing shadow’
f/5, 1/1250, iso80
Taken last friday at Grassi Lakes
f/3.1, 1/60, iso160
One of my favorite pictures of my grandson using a window for a light source and having having him turn his head so that side of his face is in shadow. Taken with my fuji
bridge camera at f/4.5, 1/26 sec, ISO 400
Very nice portrait Beth —slowr shutter (but sharp) and great lighting
One of my Remembrance Day images — one of three Bailley Bridge entrances to the central memorial area of Valour Park
Fuji XT-4 on Nov 11th after the people left. This is the B&W in camera version [Fuji Acros] —ISO 199/ F9/ SS@1/80 sec
Photos that frustrate. This photo has frustrated me since shot (Assisi, I think), Italy several years ago. The photo is an incongruity and on the face of it should deliver an impactful result. Yet, no amount of post-production tinkering takes it beyond the banal. What did I do wrong when I shot it? Or is there any other way to shoot it that would have resulted in a better photo.
When I look at the image I am not sure what you want me to see, ie where is the main point of interest? The purple flag draws your eye upward but they say that interest is often found at the point where one pattern changes into another. This would be towards the bottom where the sidewalk meets the walls meets the stairs.
Photos that frustrate #2: I shot this photo in Florence, Italy. It was shot in colour and modified into B&W with LR. I love the photo. It captures a moment. Yet, it has one flaw that bothers me to no end especially when I prepare it for printing. “Why did I not see it”, I ask myself. Do you see what it is about the photo that bothers me?
Great street photography Nick. Here is the image that Paul enhanced with Photoshop AI to add more room at the bottom of the image. I used AI to remove the advertising on the shop canopy.
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