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KingBee Plus
11 524 2 Scotland
19 Oct 2012 9:07AM
A lovely treatment to this, whatever it was. It's almost like selective colouring, with the bright red of the tail-lamp and the blue of the spokes standing out against what appears to be a mono background.

Regards.

Bob

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rayme330 5 17 1 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2012 9:09AM
Very well spotted , captured, and processed.

Ray
cats_123 Plus
13 4.7k 28 Northern Ireland
19 Oct 2012 10:08AM

Quote:A lovely treatment to this, whatever it was. It's almost like selective colouring, with the bright red of the tail-lamp and the blue of the spokes standing out against what appears to be a mono background.

Regards.

Bob


thanks, Bob
Did the processing a while ago but think I turned down the vibrance and then increased the specific colour ratios SmileSmile
parob 6 3 74 France
19 Oct 2012 10:29AM
Visually, great shot and proof that working in Raw is quite effective. Thus your decision to turn down vibrance and increase colour works quite well. I notice you have used an exposure compensation of + 2/3. Is this after Raw treatment? It is usual to underexpose slightly and then apply a positive exposition in raw. Is this what you have done?
SUE118 Plus
9 8 1 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2012 11:39AM
Wonderful image.
cats_123 Plus
13 4.7k 28 Northern Ireland
19 Oct 2012 1:06PM

Quote:Visually, great shot and proof that working in Raw is quite effective. Thus your decision to turn down vibrance and increase colour works quite well. I notice you have used an exposure compensation of + 2/3. Is this after Raw treatment? It is usual to underexpose slightly and then apply a positive exposition in raw. Is this what you have done?


My current first process is to apply an `auto' preset (which generally sets the exposure) and then apply a `punch'..which gives `clarity/vibrance etc.'...Have just had another look and `auto' gives me -0.50, so I must have lifted the exposure levels using the histogram sliders.
Thanks for the interest... SmileSmile
Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2012 1:53PM
No idea what you are on about in the aboveTongue
Nice shot anyhowGrin
Diane
mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
19 Oct 2012 3:47PM
Vibrance ? Clarity ? Colour Ratios ? Positive Exposition ?
You would think this is a photography site or something ?
Get on yer bike !!
Mick.
carper123 Plus
6 1.0k 8 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2012 5:15PM
Wonderful creative image, well seen and captured.
Nice one.
Darryl. Smile
pluckyfilly 11 351 33 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2012 7:58PM
I like the blue spoke things not seen those for years on a bike! Think its something to do with wind breaking and speed but I could be wrongWink
20 Oct 2012 12:31AM
I think they were elastic cords to stop garments getting caught in the spokes as the wheel turned. Great shot the blue and red standing out against the almost monochrome of the rest of the photo. Don
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2012 8:26AM
Grin Nathan
saltireblue Plus
7 7.3k 33 Norway
20 Oct 2012 10:43AM
If they are meant to stop garments getting entangled in the spokes, then make naked cycling compulsory! And ten pass another law stating all politicians have to use cycles everywhere. That would mean you have to be very dedicated to politics if you want a career in the Palace of Westminster.Wink Not just in it for the power and the glory (and the money and perks).

Not sure that pluckyfilly's suggestion of preventing one from breaking wind is accurate.Wink

Well spotted, Jeff

Malc

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