Beautiful “underbrush” colours found almost hidden under a large spruce tree along the river pathway. Thanks Sarah for pointing it out!
The colours were enhanced by post processing with the “Levels” tool and “Gamma” and “Offset” controls in Photoshop.
Overview of previous image, with more “realistic” colours. Sometimes you just walk past beautiful “opportunities”.
Nice to see the before and after shots and the wonders of Photoshop. I am hoping we can get another event in this fall. Thank you Henri! It was fun meeting up again!
only maple in the park
mother and child?
dusk at the park
a spot of colour
I am sorry that I miss the group outing
Glad you could make it later in the evening. Great images as usual Della.
We missed you Della! Hoping to see you next time. Thanks for heading out there and making those lovely images for us.
Henri does so much for others! Thank you for all you do for our group I have learned so much from you. This isn’t as sharp as I had hoped. Fun times none the less.
Action shot. A study in motion. Blending 4 images together in photoshop.
I cant wait for you tell us how you did this Henri! Very cool.
This is really a picture where you do a double (quadruple) take. Interested in the process in Photoshop. Thanks.
Let’s have some fun! Barbara landing a “fish out of water”.
“What you got to do these days for a date” ISO1600-f4.5-1/800sec
I like this image for the two different patterns. The heavy tree trunks on the right and the colourful curved foliage on the left. The image has action interest in the center. The red ball cap draws the eye. The balance between the patterns make this image more appealing in my opinion.
Nice crop Henri! Perfect colour balance and composition.
Panorama view across the river with my 400 mm zoom lens. Two images stitched together. Post processed using the “Levels”, “Gamma” and “Offset” tools.
Higher Resolution – click on the image to view full image in dark frame background
Henri I’m wondering if we can start doing this with all our photos. We can just click on them. Mine always look blurry at 800 pixels wide. They are tack sharp on my laptop at full rez.
Experimental photo to click on.
Totally focused on the task!
ISO 1600, 129 mm, f/10, 1/400 sec
ISO 1600, 240 mm, f/10, 1/640 sec
On my laptop, I can see the sharp corners and shadows of the hexagons on the soccer ball in the photo above, for example. It looks so blurry compared with the original. In the clickable photo above that one, the word “Nikon” on Geoff’s camera strap is blurry as posted at 1400 pixels wide (1.7 MB), illegible on the one I saved at 800 pixels (557 KB) and extremely sharp on my laptop (5.4 MB).
The difference in sharpness makes sense when you see these pixel numbers, but looking at other websites that have really sharp photos, I wonder if it’s due to the limitations of WordPress or if there’s something I can do on my end. (I am saving the photos as .jpg with “maximum” selected under “quality.”)
This photo: I was drawn to the same maple tree as Della, clearly the only one in Alberta!
ISO 800, 240 mm, f/7.1, 1/320
Besides brilliance, brightness, contrast, black point, etc., I also fooled around with yellow and red selective colour sliders a bit. You guys are wearing off on me!
Funny how we are drawn to the Maple tree that is so hard to grow here.
ISO 320 F4 Exp 1/160
The race of the scooters.
ISO 100 F3.6 Exp 1/220
Foliage with CPO in the background
ISO 200 F/4 Exp 1/420 sec
The boy and the bears.
ISO 250 F/5.6 Exp 1/160
ISO800 0ev f4.5 1/60sec 100mm
Sorry I was unable to attend but turns out I was there earlier that week on Tuesday Walk. Taken with my samsung phone. f/2.2, iso 50, 13mm (ff), 1/559 sec
Original sharper. Image softer after reducing size for upload.
Not Baker Park, but at the same time!
The details are ridiculous!
F1.8, 3mm, ISO20, 1/2114sec
(An iPhone photo!)
Autumnal colour. Japanese maple.
Autumnal colour, my mountain ash.
Cell phone photo f1.8, 1/292sec, iso32
Cropped and replaced person in photoshop
Wild chive or onion, on river bank about 1″ diameter
cell phone f1.8, 1/224sec, iso32
f1.8, 1/1900sec, iso 32
Girl&Dog Only 1 foot on the ground
f5.6 1/500 ios 800
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