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love on the river Wye

By jabe
took several shots at 3 frames a second from a boat on the river Wye.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: tashi, SUE118, jeb2012 and 4 more


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Comments


28 Oct 2010 7:11AM
Lovely image. Well taken.

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A NICE SHOT
28 Oct 2010 4:06PM
take your white pics in raw format and try to keep the histogram to the left centre as most of the swans is lost making it look flat.
then once on adobe you can drag the sliders to make a bueatiful comp
you still get my vote and well done for a nice image that could have be outstanding
ps i hope i havnt been to critical
jabe Plus
5 10 4 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2010 9:59PM
thanks for the advice but i do not understand any of it yet
28 Oct 2010 10:38PM
you have it all to look forward to, you dont say what camera you use. canon have adedicated mag photoplus well worth 1 for3issues to see if you like
jabe Plus
5 10 4 United Kingdom
29 Oct 2010 9:53AM
yes i have a Cannon 1000d,with a Tamron 70--300 zoom lens,ok how do i get hold of them?
29 Oct 2010 11:13AM
hi paul i will send you the link so i will need your email send it to , fletchere58@yahoo.co.uk
30 Oct 2010 4:46PM
Hello Paul,
You have a beautiful capture of swans, it is amazing how well you captured this heart shaped image.
It can be enhanced to its full advantage. Many people try various digital enhancements. You can download FREE program Picasa 3 on this website - works with Windows XP/Vista/7
http://picasa.google.com/
it has many special effects you can play around with to get the hang of it, you can also straighten, focus, crop, enhance etc...
catherine
31 Oct 2010 9:25AM
you also have the freeby from canon that came with your camera
as with any software you are restricted in what you can do with jpegs
i think all our advice from any camera user is play about with your software,of course after saving a copy of any image you are going to mess about with.
the difference between RAW and Jpeg can be looked at like a cake, RAW is all the ingredience on the table ready to go in the tin to bake, and jpeg the cake just come out of the oven, you can do anything ish with the ingredience put more in or take more out, jpeg you cant

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