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BLUE IRIS

By JOKEN
I am currently experimenting with Raw images, for the first time ! Having shot in Raw, I then process them in Photoshop, and then save them as jpegs. Is this a correct procedure? Comments most welcome.

Tags: Flowers and plants Dudmaston estate Bridgnorth

Voters: ANNDORASBOX, RonnieAG, NDODS and 6 more


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RonnieAG Plus
11 154 119 Scotland
8 Jun 2015 8:39AM
Lovely shot, Ken.
R.
NDODS 10 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2015 8:45AM
Breathtakingly beautiful colour and wonderfully sharp detail adding to the appeal Ken.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
barbarahirst 12 27 12 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2015 9:20AM
sorry dont do technical......
but this really is beautiful.
EMJAYCEE Plus
12 10 10 England
8 Jun 2015 11:08AM
I think it's a beauty - whatever you've done.
Joan
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 19 England
8 Jun 2015 1:16PM
Well, you've done a great job here, Ken! Stunning colour and detail Smile
As regards your methods, there's more than one possibility, like everything in Photoshop! I process mine in PS Elements Adobe Camera RAW, getting the image as near as looking correct, then in the PS Editor tweak it bit more (although I also use Photomatix in between the two processes with mine). Some save the final image as a Tiff file, which is OK if you plan on tweaking it further at a later time, but these files are enormous - I save mine as Jpegs at the highest quality, which is good enough even if you intend printing them out.
Trev Smile
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
8 Jun 2015 1:38PM
I love this iris--- so hard to get a good image of this flower with multi planes-- Well done you!


As to RAW-- I mostly use RAW and process via Photoshop-- save the TIFS.

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